BBC Interview “Brian Eno on Apps and Albums” with Zebra 2 Cameo

I just watched this interesting BBC interview “Brian Eno on Apps and Albums”.  I don’t see a way to embed so click here to watch it.. His latest venture is the app Scape, a follow-up to 2008's Bloom app. Scape not only contains his most recent 'album' of the same name, but is also a... Continue Reading →

First Try at iOS6. Which Musician Apps Work, Which Don’t.

I’m between production projects so I thought I’d take a bullet for the community and just upgrade my iPad 3 to iOS6 without knowing if any apps would work – lol. If you are in the middle of a project I suggest you wait to upgrade. This is a general rule I follow for all... Continue Reading →

Camel Audio Alchemy Mobile Pro = Wireless iPad Controllerism For Alchemy Full Version

I’ve been a fan of Camel Audio Alchemy for some time. If you are an Alchemy user and have an iPad or iPhpne/Touch I’m going to recommend you pick up Alchemy Mobile Pro. Note, you only have to buy the app and content once to use on both the iPad and iPhone. Pro edition is... Continue Reading →

Saturday Synth Porn – iPhone, MIDI Mobilizer, NanoStudio, Tenori-On

For your pleasure – some pictures of my recent experiments using Tenori-On layers to drive multiple synths and the drum track in NanoStudio on the iPhone via Line 6's MIDI Mobilizer. Mark Mosher Electronic Music Artist, Boulder, CO http://www.ModulateThis.com patchlab.modulatethis.com http://www.MarkMosherMusic.com

Experimenting with Patch Sharing with Crystal VST Desktop and iPhone/IPad

I was quite excited to see that Crystal XT was released for iPhone/iPad, mainly because the mobile version shares synth architecture allowing you to program patches on the desktop then move patches to the mobile edition. I think this is the sort of workflow that is going to make me use the iPhone more for... Continue Reading →

Modulate This! – Best of 2009 Electronic Music Tech

Despite the economic downturn, 2009 was thankfully a huge year when it came to new technology for electronic music artists. Rather than try and cover every significant release, I’ll instead list some of my favorite products and notable trends. The Year of Ableton What a big year for Ableton. Live 8 with great new features... Continue Reading →

Get the Scoop on the New Nano, iPod Touch, and iTunes 8

Apple announced a new iPod Touch, a new line of Nano's called nano-chromatic, and an update to iTunes. I've waded through the online announcement and have created a summary of what's new over on my other blog http://www.consciousendeavor.net. Mark Mosherwww.modulatethis.com

iDrum – Making Beats on the iPhone and iTouch

Now that Apple has opened up application development for the iPhone and iTouch, music applications are starting to popup making the iPhone and iTouch potential choices for mobile music making. One such application is the new iDrum for iPhone.  It's sold in two editions, Hip Hop, and Club. "Each edition includes 20 unique kits made... Continue Reading →

iTunes 7 Error – iTunes Unable to Browse Album Covers On This Computer

Update -  If you are having this issue, please read the rest of this post plus the comments at the bottom of the post. I just upgraded to itunes 7. I'm on Windows XP by the way.  I was really excited to try out the new feature, Cover Flow which according to Apple "With Cover... Continue Reading →

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