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... Continue Reading →
Ableton has released a large number of new videos to help your learn both Live 10 and Push 2. You the playlists for these videos (along with their other playlists) by visiting https://www.youtube.com/user/AbletonInc/playlists. The latest videos are also featured on Ableton's web site at https://ableton.com/learn-push and https://www.ableton.com/live/learn-live. The Learn Live page categorizes videos by Overview,... Continue Reading →
Modulate This! turns 11 today - WOOT! In celebration of a decade of blogging and to position the site for the future, I've changed the look and moved to new platform and host. If you want to follow along in email opt-in using the form below and/or use this RSS feed. RSS - Posts Divergence... Continue Reading →
Denver artist Kent Barton (aka SEVEN7HWAVE) just released a new concept album called CYBERIA. I met first met Kent at the Ableton Colorado User Group a few years back when he was just starting down the path to create this album so I thought it would be interesting to hear about his creative process. Oh,... Continue Reading →
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 →
About Modulate This! Since 2005, I've been blogging on electronic music technology and technique as a way to give back to the community. Please enjoy, share with your friends, tweet, subscribe, comment, and consider a donation to support the effort. You can also show your support by buying my music. About Mark Mosher – Electronic... Continue Reading →
Last night I bought Image-Line's Morphine synth. As part of their holiday sale, I got their brand new plug-in Gross Beat for FREE ($99 value). It's a great plug-in - so much so I stayed up way too late experimenting with it. To help you get your mind around the plug-in and jump start your... Continue Reading →
This video tutorial covers how to go sequence with the Keyboard Editor and covers creating notes with different pitches, moving notes, and using portamento.