Video: Roland System-100 Plug-out + Absynth Aetherizer

My explorations with the free trial of the Roland System-100 Plug-out continue. I made this evolving machine-like patch from scratch on the System-100 then routed it through Absynth FX using Aetherizer with params modulate by LFOs. Watch embedded video.  

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. //player.vimeo.com/video/115717304 Headlights - An Original Psychedelic Short Film with Synthesized Score from Mark Mosher on Vimeo.   Making Of If you would like to geek out and... Continue Reading →

Daedelus – Monome Set (Live on KEXP)

My last post was a link to the Art + Music + Technology Podcast 047: Brian Crabtree on the Past, Present and Future of Monome.org. In the podcast there was a mention of Daedelus’s use of Monomes in live performance. I dug up this cool video of a Daedelus - set (Live on KEXP) from... Continue Reading →

Ink Jet – Oh Hey Baby demo on Elektron Analog Rytm

Here is a fun video by Ink Jet called “Oh Hey Baby demo” that shows off the powers of the Elektron Analog Rytm. Ink Jet also released a really cool album in 2013 made entirely on an Elektron Octatrack called Grandma Tapes. Entirely made from samples from my grandma's classical cassette collection. Visit inkjetmusic.com/Grandma-Tapes for... Continue Reading →

KraftWerk @ FrenchTV1978 RARE By Nafoute Radioactivity

Some early Kraftwerk for you to enjoy on this fine Saturday. Video of KraftWerk @ FrenchTV1978 RARE By Nafoute Radioactivity. Nice find by Neil Branquinho of Eat Lights Become Lightrs (http://eatlightsbecomelights.bandcamp.com/)

Tesla Coil Music – “Risky Business: A Tribute to Nikola Tesla”

I just bumped into this fantastic video by Tesla Coil Music - "Risky Business: A Tribute to Nikola Tesla". Don’t try this at home kids!   "Risky Business: A Tribute to Nikola Tesla" for electroacoustic music, Tesla coils, and live Continuum performance. Performed as the last piece of the University of Illinois New Music Ensemble... Continue Reading →

Art + Music + Technology: Podcast 023: Mark Mosher

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. Checkout the episode here http://artmusictech.libsyn.com/podcast-023-mark-mosher... Continue Reading →

Synth Performance Video: Behind-The-Scenes “Dark Signals” Soundcheck from 8/23/2013 Concert at Dairy Center for the Performing Arts

Here is a behind-the-scenes video from my August 23rd show at the Dairy Center for the Performing Arts in Boulder Colorado. The video was shot at my sound check by fellow performer and Electric Trombone player Darren Kramer using GoPro. The audio is from GoPro camera. At this show I’m using Abeton Live to do... Continue Reading →

Gotye Live Show Powered by Ableton Live and Launchpad

I’ve been a fan of  the track “Somebody That I Used to Know” by Gotye since I first heard the track on the radio. I was surfing around tonight and noticed and article on the Novation website which mentions the band’s use of Ableton Live and Launchpad. The article mentioned the viral video which I... Continue Reading →

A First Look at the DSI Tempest Drum Machine with Sound Designer James Kojac (Syndicate Synthetique)

Early last week I got a message from Denver Sound Designer James Kojac of Syndicate Synthetique."I happen to have a pre release DSI/Linn Tempest sitting in front of me… I figured you may want to swing by and check it out.” Duh! Of course I jumped at the chance to see one of the first... Continue Reading →

A Behind-The-Scenes Look at Robert Edgar’s Simultaneous Opposites Engine in Max/Msp/Jitter

  Have you ever wanted to look over the shoulder of someone who's spent multiple years programming and refining a custom application with Max/MSP/Jitter? Well you are in luck as artist Robert Edgar kindly agreed a let me record a behind-the-scenes walk through of his "Simultaneous Opposites Engine" app when I was visiting Sunnyvale last... Continue Reading →

An Exclusive First Look at Tim Thompson’s Kinect-Based Instrument: MultiMultiTouchTouch

Tim Thompson is a software engineer, musician, and installation artist. He was recently mentioned in Roger Linn’s post “Research Project: LinnStrument -- A New Musical Instrument Concept” where Roger credits Tim with writing a program that “translates the TouchCo's proprietary USB messages into TUIO messages sent over OSC.” I met Tim at my recent concert... Continue Reading →

Notes and Video: Using Percussa AudioCubes in Sensor Mode to Play Melody for “Alone”

I put in some extra rehearsal time this weekend in preparation for the March 17th show at the Art Institute of California/Sunnyvale . I’ll be performing songs from I HEAR YOUR SIGNALS, and some new songs which I’m considering for my next album. I’m also working on getting some songs from my previous album REBOOT... Continue Reading →

Free Music Friday: “Control Zone” Electronica Track and Video by Mark Mosher Performed on Theremin and AudioCube

Watch embedded video One Man, One Theremin, One AudioCube :^) In this video I perform the original instrumental electronic music song "Control Zone" off of my album I HEAR YOUR SIGNALS which you can download name your price (enter $0 for FREE) on http://markmosher.bandcamp.com/album/i-hear-your-signals. You can of course also buy my songs/albums on iTunes, Amazon... Continue Reading →

Free Music Friday: “Dark Signals” Electronica Track and Video by Mark Mosher

Watch Embedded Video (I recommend watching in HD!)   "Dark Signals" is a song from my album I Hear Your Signals. This is an original dark electronica song with driving big beats, bit-crushed high-hats, a dash of ambient texture, and distorted synth leads. It's one of my favorite songs off the album and is becoming... Continue Reading →

Two Live Electronic Music Performance Videos for Free Music Friday – “Alone” and “Celebration and Voices”

Here are two videos for you for Free Music Friday. Watch embedded video of “Alone” by Mark Mosher This video has an HD version as well so check it out from your home theater using your Tivo or or other streaming box. In this video I'm playing my original instrumental electronic music song "Alone" from... Continue Reading →

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