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Posts from November 2010

I’m making great headway on the sound pack work. I’m almost done with the Live pack version and need to get going on the second format. Since Absynth 5 has been in the lead from the start and hasn’t lost this position throughout I’m declaring it the winner! Thanks to... Read more →


I few days back I posted a soundscape to soundcloud called “Which One is Mine”. Which One Is Mine by MarkMosher Absynth 5 has a feature called Audio Mod which lets you take audio input from a DAW and use it as control voltage of sorts. Sort of like the... Read more →


No sooner do I post on the unboxing, Marc (DJ Not So Much) follows up with an awesome video. Didn’t take him long to make use of what was in the box. Watch embedded video Mark Mosher Electronic Music Artist, Boulder CO www.ModulateThis.com www.MarkMosherMusic.com Read more →


Analog Synth Unboxing: Moog Slim Phatty + Dave Smith Tetra

Marc (DJ Not So Much) from Ableton Denver and Creative Electronica posted a new photo set on flickr of his “Thanksgiving Analog Synth Unboxing! Dave Smith Tetra + Moog Slim Phatty”. I know what he’s been doing all weekend! Update: See follow up post of where Marc puts the gear... Read more →


Some behind the scenes HD video of sound design work I'm doing for the 2010 Modulate This Holiday Gift Soundpack. Watch embedded video Mark Mosher VLOG–2010 Holiday Soundpack Session #1 In this video I’m working on an instrument rack that will end up in Ableton Live 8 Livepack format so... Read more →


The elves at Modulate This are working on a holiday gift for you - a free sound pack! As you know it's a busy time of year for elves, so we need some feedback on where to focus our sound design magic. Ableton Live 8 Livepack format is a given.... Read more →


As part of a 16 city tour celebrating the 30th anniversary of The Pleasure Principle album, Gary Numan played the Gothic Theatre in Denver on October 28th, 2010. I finally got around to organizing photos from the show and thought I’d offer a show report. First off the Gothic is... Read more →


Ok, I’m all caught up on The Walking Dead. Brilliant! I was quiet excited to find out that Bear McCreary was the composer for the show. If your not familiar with Bear, he also composed original music for Caprica, Eureka (although Mark Mothersbaugh wrote the theme), Terminator the Sarah Connor... Read more →


Gladiator 2 is one of my primary go-to synths. I just love the sonic range and the way it cuts through the mix. Prior to Gladiator I was using Vanguard and I still use Slayer 2. Both Slayer and Vanguard’s audio engine were also developed by Tone2. So, needless to... Read more →