Mark Mosher Bio

Mark Mosher
Synthesist and Multimedia Artist

Mark Mosher is a Boulder based Musician, Synthesist, Multimedia Artist, and Creative Technologist.

He is known for his deep custom sound design work and real-time psychedelic visuals based on live camera input and use of alternative controllers such as AudioCubes.

He has been invited to perform at concerts, festivals and theaters around the country such as Electro-Music Festival NY, Electro-Music Festival in Asheville NC, Pacific Northwest Synthfest, Art Institute of Sunnyvale, Georgia Tech, Midwest Electro-Music Experience, The Microsoft Store. In Colorado he was invited to do a guest solo performance at a Boulder Laptop Orchestra Event at CU Atlas Institute. He performed at the grand opening of the University of Denver’s Performance Black Box. He is one of the first electronic music artists to perform at The Dairy Center for the Performing Arts in Boulder, CO.

As a multimedia artist he created some installations for organizations like the City of Denver and the Bob Moog Foundation.

In addition to performing solo he is also a member of the Carbon Dioxide Ensemble and founder of the Synth Patrol which is an improvisational multimedia performance troupe.

His discography of 17 original electronic, experimental, and ambient music with cinematic arcs spans back over 10 years and is available on Bandcamp. Since 2015 he has also been releasing music on the Sonic Encounters podcast.

He has had the honor of being recognized in multiple Westword magazine “Best of Denver” editions.

To give back to the synth community Mark has been blogging on synth tech and technique since 2005 under the name Modulate This!. He has also written for Recording Magazine. Since 2012 he has hosted 90+ free events for the Rocky Mountain Synthesizer Meet.