Mark Mosher is a sound designer, experimental multimedia artist, and music technologist from Louisville, CO. He performs as a solo artist and with the ensembles (no)poem, The Carbon Dioxide Ensemble, The Denver Synth Drone Collective, and A.I. Winter – both locally and at events across the country.
He has appeared at event 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, the grand opening of the University of Denver’s Performance Black Box , Gates Concert Hall at University of Denver for a Lamont School and more. He was one of the first electronic music artists to perform at The Dairy Center for the Performing Arts Performance Space in Boulder recognized by Westword Magazine’s 2014 Best of – “Best Experimental Mix“. He was a runner up in Denver Westword Magazine’s Best Visuals for Experimental Music 2016.
As a composer and producer, he has released 4 original electronic music albums and 2 companion sound sets. These works are driven by an original Scifi back-story. The tracks are cinematic in nature and perfect for helping you tell your own story via movie trailers, and for sync to picture. For example, Mark’s song “Flight” is in the special features and CD soundtrack of the film One Six Right which was just remastered to blu ray.
For 11 years he has been demystifying synths & inspiring people’s “inner sound designer” with his blog http://www.ModulateThis.com. He is the founder of the 550+ member strong Rocky Mountain Synthesizer Meetup.
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