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Posts from February 2013

One of my goto synths ElectraX has been updated to 1.4. New features: 64 Bit VST & AU version for Mac (requires OSX 10.5 or higher) Mouse-wheel support for list selectors and knobs (if the host supports it) PDF manual can now be viewed from within the plugin (Mac) Enhancements:... Read more →


The Return of Nine Inch Nails in 2013

Just saw a post on statement from Trent Reznor over on pitchfork. Looks pretty real since the NIN web site had this banner on it. NOTE FROM TRENT: Nine Inch Nails are touring this year. I was working with Adrian Belew on some musical ideas, which led to some discussion... Read more →


“I've gotta” A Quick and Dirty Demotrack Made with a Waldorf Rocket Prototype

Øystein Olsen over on FB just turned me on to this demo video made with Waldorf Rocket Prototype by Richard Schmitt. Quick and dirty demotrack made with a Waldorf Rocket prototype. All sounds from the Rocket, some reverb, delay and compression from Cubase. Mark Mosher www.MarkMosherMusic.com www.ModulateThis.com Read more →


Waldorf has announced a new desktop synth – the Rocket. I’m happy to see that Waldorf is sticking with their tongue-in-cheek marketing. No one expected this Rocket launch, which is in clear violation of several UN resolutions and basic laws of physics. Unlike conventional missiles, this one comes in a... Read more →


Exploring the Vo-96 - Acoustic Synth

My friend Chris Stack over at Experimental Synth posted this video “Exploring the Vo-96 - Acoustic Synth”. It’s been getting great coverage at various blogs and I wanted to share it here on the odd chance you missed it. The Vo-96 Acoustic Synth is the newest innovation from Paul Vo,... Read more →


Jeremy Ellis on Ableton Push at NAMM 2013

Just found this video of Jeremy Ellis on Ableton Push at NAMM 2013. Watching Jeremy discover how to play notes on Push gives you a great sense of the isomorphic modes and expressiveness of Push. FYI – I’m installing the betas for Live 9 and Max for Live :^) Mark... Read more →


Early Experiment Using Launchpad as a Cable Patching Matrix for U-he ACE

U-HE Ace allows you to use MIDI CCs to control the source and destination of patch cables. This video is my first experiment to use a Launchpad as a patch cable matrix. I have a cable plugged into the Filter Gain. By pressing buttons on the Launchpad, I'm essentially plugging... Read more →