Modulate This! Turns 14

Modulate This! turned 14 on October 1st 2019. Yes that’s right, I started blogging on synth tech & technique way back in 2005.

Around 2010 I started an artist blog where I did posts on upcoming shows, releases, photos and videos of past shows, and talked about the live performance scene in Boulder, Denver, and around the US.

In January of 2019 I made a move to simplify, streamline and reduce cost and I merged both blogs into https://markmoshermusic.com where I continue to blog on both artist news and synth technique.

You can continue to read past and upcoming posts on synth tech & technique on the “modulate-this” s category he https://markmoshermusic.com/category/modulate-this/.

You can also reach the Modulate This! specific articles via the main nav.

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Here is To Another Year!

I have a lots of ideas on new topics to cover and I’m also excited to report on the Denver / Boulder synthesizer scene (which is exploding) as well as spread the news about some cool projects by my synth friends.

Mark Mosher
Experimental Musician and Multimedia Artist
Boulder, CO

Artist Site: MarkMosherMusic.com
Podcast: SonicEncounters.com
Meetup: RockyMountainSynth.com

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