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(Mark Mosher Music News) Ableton Live Ableton Push Video

Videos of Recent Sketches on Push 2

I’ve spending a lot of time with Ableton, Max for Live, and Push 2 to sketch out some new musical ideas. Here a two videos that are less than a minute long from some recent sessions. First up is the video “I Really Miss Jamming Live and F*ck COVID Too”. It wasn’t my intent, but […]

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Podcast Sonic Encounters (Mark Mosher Music News)

Buckle Up! Sonic Encounters Season 04 is Underway.

Hi everyone. Season 04 of the Sonic Encounters Podcast is underway. In this season I will be incorporating some explorations into the use of classical tonalities like piano and cello phrases and motifs improvised on a Push 2 using it’s isomorphic grid note layout. I’ll also be incorporating MPE performances on a Sensel Morph later […]

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(Mark Mosher Music News) Ableton Live Ableton Push Sampling

Using Ableton Push 2 to Live Sample and Slice Vinyl and Audio

Lately I’ve been getting back into live vinyl sampling & slicing sessions using Ableton Push 2. The Push 2 workflow lets you slice by beat division, region, transient, and has a rapid flow for manually slicing. I know quite a few people who own the Push but in past conversations I learned some of them […]

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(Mark Mosher Music News) Jamuary Performance Videos

All My #Jamuary Videos Along with Detailed Rig & Producer Notes

Last month I participated in #jamuary and created 7 new songs which I’ve posted as videos to this YouTube playlist. . It was really inspiring and freeing to just go for it and finish these short musical themes. Via @truecuckoo … “The idea with Jamuary is to get going with what you have, and to […]

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Video My Set at Beat Cypher July 25, 2019 Performing New Song at 382 BPM.

This week I composed a new pieced called “Press 3” which starts of at 80 BPM and makes it all the way to 764 BPM 😯. He Here is a video snippet where I’m clocking along at 382 BPM. Thanks J.L. Kane for hosting and Mechant Metrique for shooting this on his phone. Soon after […]