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Modulate This reader Deman recently commented on a post from February entitle "Blofeld LFOs Gone Mad" - One Patch Performance Series. Deman wanted to know which I preferred, the Blofeld or the Tetra. Well Deman, while I’ve only played the Blofeld, I did consider the Tetra so I did some... Read more →


Trent Reznor’s new project is a band called How to Destory Angels. Also in the band are Trent’s wife Mariqueen Maandig, Atticus Ross with Rob Sheridan as the group's art director. A new EP will be released June 1st. You can pre-order it for free now by using embedded the... Read more →


Ableton has just released a series of free videos on Live Intro (the $99 version of live with the essentials). They focus on the work-flow of building a track rather than the intricacies of the product so if you are just starting out with Live or Live intro these should... Read more →


Mark Mothersbaugh Interviewed at the 2010 BMI Film/TV Music Awards

Watch embedded video Mark Mothersbaugh on recent Film, TV, and DEVO projects with a BMI plug at the end. Enjoy, Mark Mosher Electronic Musician, Boulder CO Checkout my updated and fresh artist site: www.markmoshermusic.com Join my list and get fan exclusives: www.reverbnation.com/markmosher?add_email=true Get your synth geek on: www.ModulateThis.com Read more →


Happy Birthday Bob Moog Video Goes to 11 as Taurus 3 Pedals Blow Out Candles

Watch embedded video I grew up playing organ - you know, left hand, right hand, feet. I've always thought it would be cool to get a hold of some Taurus pedals. Anyway, Happy Birthday Bob - your birthday video goes to 11! Mark Mosher Electronic Musician, Boulder CO Checkout my... Read more →


I’ve been experimenting lately with programming Ableton Analog from “init”. I have a rich set of VSTs so I’ve not given Analog much attention but after spending some time with it recently, I’m finding when you rack it up and add some effects and assign params to Macros you can... Read more →


Designing Sound Blog + Jim Stout on Organic Sound Design with Alchemy & Open Labs NeKo

Just wanted to pass along a sound design resource - http://designingsound.org/. Below is a cool video tutorial post from this site featuring one of my favorite virtual instruments Camel Audio Alchemy. The video is also interesting to me because sound designer Jim Stout is running Alchemy via an Open Labs... Read more →


Over the years I’ve played hundreds of shows as a keyboardist using my trusty Apex column with various hardware synths. In late 2009 I had a vision to create a new Ableton Live laptop-centric rig using only virtual synths running in Live. While I wanted to play some keys, I... Read more →


I’ve been working away on new album and a new live show. In preparation for all this I’ve also been hard at work re-designing the entire web experience for my artist web site MarkMosherMusic.com. I redesigned the site from the ground up to introduce new branding, create a more fan-centric... Read more →