What the future sounded like

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David
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What the future sounded like

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Unsure if this has been linked before
an interesting viewing about the birth of electronic music in Britain

What the future sounded like
https://youtu.be/8KkW8Ul7Q1I

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Oh hadn't seen that one, I think. Thanks!

Another great historical one: "Modulations"
""Modulations is a feature-length documentary that captures a moment in history where humans and machines are fusing to create today's most exciting sounds."" https://vimeo.com/361554324

Found that last one browsing hyperreal.org, after Valis recently remembered me of that old resource and I went back to reading the rave scene site.
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Yes the first film is a great docu largely covering the BBC Radiophonic Workshop and the birth of EMS. Not seen that Modulations film though. Thanks at0m, will watch that later.

Yes hyperreal is still a wealth of info, which reminds me I need to look up a couple of things on there. :)

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I miss the hyperreal era :)

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Great documentary atom
reminds me of a short documentary(?) on the emergence of the british 'niche' music scene 1996 courtesy of loladamusica
Prt1
https://youtu.be/96PfTcGHZ4Q
Prt2
https://youtu.be/TyKuzY52hWU
Prt3 (funniest part)
https://youtu.be/tVnm5cdNcus

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