Video: Roland System-100 Plug-out + Absynth Aetherizer

My explorations with the free trial of the Roland System-100 Plug-out continue. I made this evolving machine-like patch from scratch on the System-100 then routed it through Absynth FX using Aetherizer with params modulate by LFOs. Watch embedded video. Read more →


I was hanging out on Facebook yesterday listening to the Electro-Music live streaming September Equinox 2015 Concert. My friends Robert Dosrchel (audio) and Jacob Watters (video) both did fun sets and I noticed they were both using Roland System-1(m)s. I started poking around on the Roland site and found there... Read more →


There are already 30 user Blocks in the Reaktor 6 User Library - bam. Check out the user library here https://www.native-instruments.com/en/reaktor-community/reaktor-user-library/blocks/. A big thanks to Sandy Small for the Microwave Oscillator (with modulatable table index, table selector and more). This Block already has 800+ downloads. Happy patching! ----- Mark Mosher... Read more →


Last year I picked up Reaktor 5 on sale for $99 bucks - normally $399. Well Reaktor 6 is here and Native Instruments dropped the price to $199 with the upgrade at $99. I went ahead and swung for the upgrade. I have to say I ended up NOT using... Read more →


This is a follow-up to post "Flight-Friendly Hardware Synth Rig Part 1 - Switching to Hardware Rig for my Solo Set". Over the last 5 years or so I've had the opportunity to fly to festivals. It's always a challenge of course to get your gear from here to there.... Read more →


Electro-Music Festival New York is next week. I can't make it this year but it looks like another great lineup. I first went to this festival in 2010 and have been 4 times total. This festival was a life changer for me as I went just as I was starting... Read more →


In my last post "Part 1 - Mark Mosher Cinematic Electronic Live - Boulder Synthesizer Meetup August 11, 2015" I shared a video of a solo set I played at the Boulder Synthesizer Meetup earlier this month. For years now when I've played my solo sets I've used an Ableton... Read more →


This video is part 1 of a live cinematic electronica set I performed at the Boulder Synthesizer Meetup on August 11th 2015 at the Walnut room in Denver. In this video I'm performing both the music and the visuals. < Part 1 - Mark Mosher Cinematic Electronic Live - Boulder... Read more →


I'm back from the (no)poem heartland tour which was great fun. I'll post more on the tour soon. Custom Mobile Controllers with Langdon Crawford Meanwhile for you Denver/Boulder locals - I've cooked up another cool event for 317 strong member strong The Boulder Synthesizer Meetup. Come by tomorrow to see... Read more →


I had never used graphical scores for experimental music till this year. Darwin Gross, turned me on to new ways of thinking about them. I used them in a release earlier this year, and we will be using in them in tours with (no)poem. I'm really digging the concept and... Read more →


EVEN MORE UNIQUE SONIC POSSIBILITIES THROUGH USER WAVETABLES In preparing for the (no)poem Experimental Ambient mini-tour to Lincoln and Des Moines this weekend with Darwin Grosse, I wanted "up my game" on the Waldorf Blofeld side. This meant not only using original presets from INIT, but also custom wavetables as... Read more →


CREATIVE LIMITATIONS In my last post, I mentioned the formation of a collaboration with Darwin Grosse called (no)poem. When we where putting this project together a few months back we started by defining a set of creative limitations which would inform the art for our first mini-tour through Lincoln and... Read more →


Things have been a little quite over here at Modulate This! HQ because I've been super busy working with my my good friend Darwin Grosse to form a new duo called (no)poem. Stay tuned for some upcoming behind-the-scenes posts where I'll share some insights into how we put the duo... Read more →


This next soundscape in Episode 004 is a 20 minute long soundscape. One thing I love about the podcast format is I can present these longer form works that you can listen to as you go about your day. If you need to pause the show, you can pick up... Read more →


It's been quite a while since I've posted on Modulate This! - but I've been working on a major project that I'm happy to announce today. For years and years I've wanted to launch a podcast featuring my original works. I'm excited to announce the day has come and I've... Read more →