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Posts from April 2014

The History Center in Tompkins County will open the highly anticipated exhibition Switched-On: The Birth of the Moog Synthesizer on Friday, May 2nd. Telling the story of Bob Moog and the development of the groundbreaking electronic instruments bearing his name, Switched-On will provide museum-goers an interactive, engaging opportunity to learn... Read more →


I wanted to turn you on to a few electronic-music events that I will be participating in this week in Boulder. Boulder, CO Date: April 24 School: University of Colorado, Boulder Time: 11am (faculty meet), 2pm (break-out sessions - student only), (Public Event @ 6:30pm) Presenter(s): Mark Mosher (Artist), Ben... Read more →


Boulder Synthesizer Meetup member and Denver artist Michael Lauter (aka http://sleepwalkcinema.com/) published this video showing a different side of Dave Smith Instruments Tempest – a music box. Michael has provided the sysex for Music Box and other DSI Tempest presets here http://lauterzeit.com/pro_audio/synth_patches/ I also wanted to mention that Michael was... Read more →


I stumbled on to a live video of this cool piece called “Amphis” by Luke Abbott. Enjoy. Luke Abbott live performance of 'Amphis', filmed at Wysing Arts Centre on 8th March 2014. 'Amphis' features on the forthcoming Luke Abbott album 'Wysing Forest', to be released by Border Community on 23rd... Read more →


My friend Chris Stack over at http://experimentalsynth.com/ just posted this really amazing video “Slow Metallic Textures - Moog Guitar + Moogerfoogers + Eventide H9 + Line 6 Echo Pro”. Enjoy! Swing by http://experimentalsynth.com/ for lots of other synthtastic posts! Mark Mosher Electronic Musician Boulder, CO www.ModulateThis.com www.MarkMosherMusic.com www.FearCannotSaveUs <<< New... Read more →


From Clubdevo.com… HARDCORE DEVO LIVE! A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see Devo perform the legendary, experimental music the band created between 1974-1977 in Akron Ohio! The tour is dedicated to the memory of Robert Casale, (A.K.A. Bob 2), one of the 5 original Devo band members who is now touring the... Read more →


Future Audio Workshop has released an update to Circle. http://www.futureaudioworkshop.com/circle/downloads With the latest release of Circle, we are finally happy to announce that we are 64 Bit ready on both OSX and Windows. This latest release is hot out of beta testing and ready for use in your music. Thanks... Read more →


I’m doing an “Intro to Ableton Push” talk Tuesday April 8th at 7pm at the Boulder Synthesizer Meetup. Event is free but seating is limited so if you live in the Denver area and would to attend RSVP here: http://www.meetup.com/The-Boulder-Synthesizer-Meetup/events/172555802/. Mark Mosher Electronic Musician Boulder, CO www.ModulateThis.com www.MarkMosherMusic.com www.FearCannotSaveUs <<<... Read more →


Back in 2012 I wrote a post called Sound Design and Workflow Tip: Make Better Use of the Stand-Alone FX Versions of Your Virtual Instruments which suggested you explore using some of the FX versions of the synths in your quiver for applying interesting FX to your tracks. Since then... Read more →


Gary Numan will be playing Denver tonight at the Gothic Theater. Show starts at 8pm. He’s currently on tour supporting his fantastic album Splinter (Songs from a Broken Mind). I caught the show at the Mountain Oasis Festival 2013 and will be at the show tonight. It’s an incredible show... Read more →


Free Music Friday: "Dormant" from the album Fear Cannot Save Us by Mark Mosher

Happy Friday. I've just posted the single "Dormant" - Track 1 from my new album Fear Cannot Save Us on Soundcloud with the option to download a free 192kbps MP3 version of the song. My soundcloud profile is here if you want to swap follows https://soundcloud.com/markmosher :^) If you enjoy... Read more →


Film composer, session drummer, and recording artist Deane Ogden has launched a cool new internet radio show/podcast called On the Hit which features candid one-on-one interviews with “players who make the music you know best”. Episode 3 just went live which is an interview with the legendary session bassist Leland... Read more →


The Tech Museum of Innovation in San Jose has kicked off a 6-month exhibit called REBOOT:music. The exhibit includes the latest version Tim Thompson’s Kinect-based Space Palette which is a musical and graphical instrument that lets you play music and paint visuals simultaneously by waving your hands in the holes... Read more →