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Meetup Turns 4 4 years and 50 events ago I founded the Boulder Synthesizer Meetup which has since morphed into the Rocky Mountain Synthesizer Meetup with over 490 members! Over food and drink we - share our passion for synths, build our network, get inspired, get hands-on with gear, tell... Read more →


I've been using Absynth since version 1. It IS my desert island synth. This being the case I was super excited that Darwin Grosse interviewed Absynth's creator Brian Clevinger for this week's podcast Art + Music + Technology Podcast! Listen to episode #131 here - http://artmusictech.libsyn.com/podcast-131-brian-clevinger-absynth or on iTunes (where... Read more →


My friend and frequent collaborator Victoria Lundy was just interviewed by Darwin Grosse for his Art+Music+Technology podcast. Lots of good info on Victoria's path as a musician and Thereminist and lots of insights into the Theremin. Listen to Podcast and read show notes here http://artmusictech.libsyn.com/podcast-124-victoria-lundy or with the embedded player... Read more →


In celebration of Halloween - please enjoy this themed set I performed for a live streaming concert back in 2011. Get those headphones out - it's time for some creepy original experimental music to celebrate Halloween! This is a live hi-def stereo recording from my set for the Halloween 2011... Read more →


It's been a while since I mentioned my soundscape podcast Sonic Encounters so I thought I'd catch you up on a few episodes. FYI - you can subscribe to the Podcast in iTunes, or use this RSS Feed for your favorite podcatcher. Detailed show notes for each episode including notes... Read more →


Check out this interview with Bert Schiettecatte of Percussa AudioCubes - http://artmusictech.libsyn.com/podcasat-066-bert-schiettecatte. Your browser does not support the audio element One of the bits of hardware that keep showing up around me are the Percussa Audio Cubes. I would keep on running into Percussa's owner, Bert Schiettecatte, at trade shows,... 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 →


Art + Music + Technology Podcast 047: Brian Crabtree on the Past, Present and Future of Monome.org

Darwin Grosse’s latest podcast is an interview with Brian Crabtree with http://www.monome.org. Listen here. I've told the story before - I first met Brian Crabtree when he was working in LA, and he showed me a button/light combo that was a "" for me. Little did I suspect that the... 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 →


Last Friday was such a great day! I not only released my album Fear Cannot Save Us, but Darwin Grosse stopped by to interview me for his podcast Art + Music + Technology. I’m such a huge fan of the podcast so it was an incredible honor to be interviewed.... Read more →


My friend, fellow Boulderite, Cycling ‘74 Chief Learning Officer, former Director of Engineering and product lead for Max for Live has a new podcast called “Art + Music + Technology”. An interview podcast where we talk to people that are engaged in the connection of art and music to technology.... Read more →


I will be streaming live October 31st at 6PM Mountain/Midnight GMT to bring you a special Halloween Edition of SciFi Electronica Live with all original music. Segments on the show will include music and sound from: Recordings of sound design cues I composed/produced for haunted houses Recordings from the album... Read more →


I’m a big fan of Twitter. Twitter has been a great way to find and connect with others with similar interests – more so than any other social networking too I’ve used. I recently met the composer Dean Ogden on Twitter and discovered that he and fellow composer Lee Sanders... Read more →