Dreams Of Wires

Dreams Of Wires

is creating Electronic music and instrument demos

2

patrons

$5

per month
I make electronic music using analog and modular synths under the name of 'tomorrow the cure', and videos of various instruments/gear for YouTube as 'DreamsOfWires'.

I'm trying to fund the continuation and development of my music, including my work on YouTube, the recording of original music/albums, and hopefully live performances. Basically, I want to do more, but this requires both the investment of money and a very large amount of time. Specifically, for my YouTube channel I'd like to cover more instruments and make more demos/videos of them, and in addition to the usual musical stuff, some more helpful videos too.

This is where your help could really make a difference. If you can support me on Patreon for as little as $0.99 each month, as I get more supporters it'll start to ease the impact of the money I've been pouring into doing this channel for the last 10 years and increase it's financial viability.

By becoming a patron, aside from the knowledge that you're helping a musician who genuinely cares passionately about what they do, you will also have access to a range of Patreon-exclussive content. This will probably change over time as I fumble my way through learning how best to use this site, but if you see the 'Rewards' section on the right of the page you'll get the basic idea. Exclussive alternative versions or mixes, see public YouTube videos a few days early, maybe some requested videos, help and personal views or advice, behind the scenes stuff/how I do things, cameras, and maybe some longer jams I'd not put on YouTube. I'd be open to suggestions.

I also sell my music online. See here: https://tomorrowthecure.bandcamp.com/

Thanks for your time.

Wayne.
Tiers
Supporters
$1 or more per month
Includes access to Patreon-only content, such as alternative takes/recordings/videos of YouTube uploads, pre-release demo recordings/videos of stuff I'm working on, extended versions, and anything else I might think of that I can drop in here. Also, I'm open to suggestions of what you'd like to see here - I have little in the way of 'gear' at the moment, but I'll see what I can do. Pay as much or little as you like. 
I make electronic music using analog and modular synths under the name of 'tomorrow the cure', and videos of various instruments/gear for YouTube as 'DreamsOfWires'.

I'm trying to fund the continuation and development of my music, including my work on YouTube, the recording of original music/albums, and hopefully live performances. Basically, I want to do more, but this requires both the investment of money and a very large amount of time. Specifically, for my YouTube channel I'd like to cover more instruments and make more demos/videos of them, and in addition to the usual musical stuff, some more helpful videos too.

This is where your help could really make a difference. If you can support me on Patreon for as little as $0.99 each month, as I get more supporters it'll start to ease the impact of the money I've been pouring into doing this channel for the last 10 years and increase it's financial viability.

By becoming a patron, aside from the knowledge that you're helping a musician who genuinely cares passionately about what they do, you will also have access to a range of Patreon-exclussive content. This will probably change over time as I fumble my way through learning how best to use this site, but if you see the 'Rewards' section on the right of the page you'll get the basic idea. Exclussive alternative versions or mixes, see public YouTube videos a few days early, maybe some requested videos, help and personal views or advice, behind the scenes stuff/how I do things, cameras, and maybe some longer jams I'd not put on YouTube. I'd be open to suggestions.

I also sell my music online. See here: https://tomorrowthecure.bandcamp.com/

Thanks for your time.

Wayne.

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Tiers
Supporters
$1 or more per month
Includes access to Patreon-only content, such as alternative takes/recordings/videos of YouTube uploads, pre-release demo recordings/videos of stuff I'm working on, extended versions, and anything else I might think of that I can drop in here. Also, I'm open to suggestions of what you'd like to see here - I have little in the way of 'gear' at the moment, but I'll see what I can do. Pay as much or little as you like.