6 years ago

The woman who revolutionised sound.

A documentary that explores the life and innovations of electronic music pioneer, Suzanne Ciani

If you watched TV, went to the movies, or listened to the radio in the 80s and 90s, you probably heard Suzanne Ciani’s work, whether you knew it or not. Suzanne is a five-time Grammy nominated composer, electronic music pioneer, and neo-classical recording artist whose work has been featured in countless commercials, video games, and feature films.

The woman who revolutionised sound.

Geplaatst door PlayGround + op zaterdag 4 november 2017

Brett Whitcomb released  his newest music doc “A Life in Waves” in March 2017, that explores Suzanne’s life and innovations through her own eyes, offering a feminine glimpse into the world of electronic music. Watch the trailer below:

From her earliest days learning the piano, to her multi-million dollar advertising ventures, to her successes in the world of New Age music, to her recent re-connection with her beloved Buchla synthesizer, the film is a journey into Suzanne’s mind, offering a feminine glimpse into the often complicated world of electronic music.

NOW playing in select theaters and available at home on video-on-demand. 

Looking Back on the Work of Synth Legend Suzanne Ciani – We talk to the director of “A Life in Waves”, a new biopic on the 70s producer who taught Philip Glass how to play synth by Jonno Revanche.