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Listen to Ambient Album “7​.​83 Hz” by Jack Hertz

7.83 Hz cover art

Checkout this wonderful ambient album by Jack Hertz

“The music on this album was inspired by the documentary ‘Resonance - Beings of Frequency.’ Where I learned that the planet Earth has a resonant frequency of 7.83 Hz. Originally detected in 1899 by Nikola Tesla, it was Winfried Otto Schumann who formulated the theoretical aspects in the mid-1950s of the global resonances that are now referred to as the ‘Schumann resonances.’

The notion that the Earth is an oscillator onto itself was so inspiring. A flood of ideas for new ambient compositions came to me. Since frequencies under 20 hertz cannot be perceived by the human ear. I incorporated the Earth's tone in other ways. Using them as a basis for sound modulation, binaural beats, pulses and the frequency intervals of LFOs, filters and oscillators based on the fundamental 7.83 and multiples such as 14.3, 20.8, 27.3 and 33.8 Hz. As it turns out, the use of these frequency intervals worked out such that the finished tracks unintentionally complement each other when played simultaneously in various combinations.”

-- Jack Hertz, April 2013


Mark Mosher
Electronic Musician | Composer | Performer
Boulder, CO

Battles "My Machines" by Daniels Featuring Gary Numan

Just found this video featuring Gary Numan. Don’t try this at home kids! Watch embedded video.

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Mark Mosher
Electronic Musician | Composer | Performer
Boulder, CO

How to Turn on Fabfilter Twin 2 Ring Modulator


Here is a quick tip on a feature you might have missed on Twin 2. The little snowflake button between Oscillators 1 * 2 is the Ring Mod Button. Screen shot above is from a patch I quickly pulled together from “Clean” patch with a few tweaks. Resultant waveform display in s(M)exoscope.

Mark Mosher
Electronic Musician | Composer | Performer
Boulder, CO

Photos from How to Destroy Angels Denver Show 4/21/2013 + Making of Tour Video

I went to the How to Destroy Angles show in Denver last night at the Paramount Theater. Here is a Flickr Photo set of some shots I took from my iPhone.

imageThe band posted a this cool photo on their blog

The show was great and visuals were incredible. If you are curious about the visuals and how they made them, checkout “Making How to Destroy Angels” video below. For even more info here is an article in Wired.

Watch Embedded Video

Mark Mosher
Electronic Musician | Composer | Performer
Boulder, CO