What might the features be? Mother of Dragons Multiball? White Walker Rampage? Defend Castle Black? Faceless Man Multiplier? Kill The Starks? Total War? Hodor? Hodor!
In the editing stage currently, A Life In Waves, hopes to expose the groundbreaking work of Suzanne Ciani to a larger audience. If the name is unfamiliar, you have probably heard her work in various advertisements for some of the world’s largest companies, or possibly on the classic pinball machine, Xenon. Or maybe you caught her on Late Night With David Letterman, 3-2-1 Contact, or on the Peter Ustinov hosted Omni (which features her working on Xenon!), where she was a spokesperson for innovations in keyboard sound and design. “Missed those”, you say? Well, here they are for your viewing pleasure, decades later.
Here’s a video from this year of Ciani performing on a the Moog System 55 modular
There’s also footage of Ciani working on her album, Seven Waves, in 1982
and the fully funded Kickstarter for the doc