Live Concert with Streaming Audio: Concréte Mixer IV at Walnut Room Denver, Friday Jan 30th, 9pm

I am excited to be returning for my fourth Concréte Mixer show. At this event, I will use an Octatrack dynamic sampler to incorporate real-time audio output from other musicians at the event to create expressive "instruments" on-the-fly. I will also perform a solo piece manipulating field recordings with infrared... Read more →


New Short Film "Headlights" An Original Psychedelic Short Film with Synthesized Score + Vimeo Channels

New Short Film To start the new year off with a bang I've released a brand new film "Headlights" - An Original Psychedelic Short Film with Synthesized Score. Headlights - An Original Psychedelic Short Film with Synthesized Score from Mark Mosher on Vimeo. Making Of If you would like to... Read more →


Members from the Electro-Music.com community from all over the world be be performing live streaming concerts on January 31st. Tune in here http://radio.electro-music.com/index.php/. Times on poster are GMT, but if you visit this page you’ll see the times translated to your local time http://electro-music.com/wiki/pmwiki.php?n=Radio.NextSpecialEvent Live chat room is here http://electro-music.com/forum/chat.php. Read more →


On December 23rd, 2014, Nord released an OS update for the Lead 4 Synthesizer bringing it to version 1.30. Download the update from here http://www.nordkeyboards.com/downloads/products/nord-lead-4. I applied the update to my Nord Lead 4 yesterday and got some hands-on time using the new OS. In this article I'll offer some... Read more →


I just started experimenting with iZotope’s Iris 2. Wow! Iris 2 wins the award for most improved virtual instrument for me in 2014! While Iris 1 focused on interesting ways to manipulate samples using photoshop-like editing to do spectral filtering along the timeline, it was lacking on the automation and... Read more →


Another update: I noticed 1.23 is no longer available on Waldorf's site. I've emailed them to find out more. Update: 2TThis is a long article and I've rendered it as pdf and Open XML paper so you can read this offline and print it. Blofeld users rejoice! Waldorf has released... Read more →


Wow! What a super cool video and song by thereminist May Roosevelt - "Ode to Joy, 2013-14" - http://vimeo.com/85024587. More on May's work here http://www.mayroosevelt.com/. Ode to Joy from May Roosevelt on Vimeo. Ωδή στη Χαρά | Ode to Joy, 2013-14 Βίντεο, ήχος | Video, sound, 4’ 40” The artwork... Read more →


One of my daily reads is the Messy Ness Chick blog. She doesn't write about music typically, but it is quite wonderful and I highly recommend it. On type of article she posts is called "13 Things I Found on the Internet Today". In today's finds, she included The Museum... Read more →


Darwin Grosse's latest podcat is up - this time with my Brian Funk (aka AfroDJMac). Listen here http://artmusictech.libsyn.com/podcast-056-brian-funk-afrodjmac. Brian is known for his prolific work to create amazing racks for Ableton Live. I collaborated with Brian on the Ableton Rack #40: Zebra Attack and Ableton Rack #40: Zebra Attack II... Read more →


My friend Chris Stack over at ExperimentalSynth.com just posted a cool video on his YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/experimentalsynth. Watch Koushion 4.0 MIDI CC Sequencing with Moog Slim Phatty & Little Phatty. Some first experiments with sequencing MIDI CC values with the Koushion iPad app. New features in ver 4.0 allowed me... Read more →


My First Synth My very first synth was the Poly-800 which I bought the year it was introduced in 1984. It was the first programmable polyphonic synth for under a thousand bucks (I bought mine for $795 new). It was an incredible value at the time with these features: MIDI... Read more →


Here is a fascinating documentary released in 2006.The entire 27 minute video is available on Vimeo https://vimeo.com/70164353 or you can watch it in the embedded player below. It's defintely worth your time if you've never seen it - so bookmark for later if you don't have time to watch it... Read more →


Behind-The-Scenes Video: NIN "Echoplex" Live at Rehearsals, July 2008

Here is a little inspiraiton to start your weekend. I've always loved this song and it's pretty great to see it performed in the rehearsal context. Recorded live at rehearsals in Los Angeles. From a series of performances directed by Rob Sheridan, available on The Slip Limited Edition CD/DVD: http://theslip.nin.com/physical/... Read more →