Some call him the ’bad boy of the organ,’ others hail him as the ’Vladimir Horowitz of his instrument’ – the American virtuoso Cameron Carpenter is generating a level of acclaim, exposure and controversy unprecedented for an organist. At the age of 31, he is now ready for the key moment on his revolutionary road. He designed what he believes will be the perfect instrument. A transportable digital organ tailored specifically just to him. A dramatic narrative accompanies the controversial musician through all highs and lows as he pursues his ambitious goal. For him the ’liberation of the organ’ and in turn of himself as an artistic personality. A highly personal and visually impressive document directed by award winning filmmaker Thomas Grube (e. g. Rhythm Is It!, Trip To Asia, Lang Lang).