Sounds Like: Nine Inch Nails, Aphex Twin, Orbital, Tangerine Dream - Band, Kraftwerk
Bio: Mark Mosher is an electronic musician, sound designer, and composer from Boulder, CO. He is also a seasoned performer who has played 100s of shows in bands prior to launching his own one-man show in 2009.
He now performs his original sci-fi inspired electronica and ambient compositions using ex... See Full BioMore Info
University of Denver Convocation - Concréte Mixer with Victoria & Tom Lundy, Mark Mosher, Rick Reid
Basic sample import and manipulation in Ableton Simpler • Overview of the Ableton Sampler instrument interface • Step-by-step demo of creating a sound in Ableton Sampler • How to add modulation and real-time expression to your creations • How to create multi-sampled sounds (splits, layers, velocity splits...) • How to create performance racks with effects and MIDI mapping macros • A quick behind-the-scenes look at the free Ableton Live Pack "Sounds from a Distant Outpost"
A.I. WINTER ”From the barren nanoscapes inside our personal devices come furtive anthems hummed by those digital servants who will one day be our overlords...". A.I. Winter is a self-appointed harbinger of the progress of Artificial Intelligence toward world domination. It imposes its musical interpretations of cosmic machine consciousness on the world at large. Michael O’Bannon (Atlanta, GA) and Mark Mosher (Boulder, CO) first met at Electro-Music 2010. Throughout the years they’ve collaborated loosely with Mark on the music side and Michael on visuals. For the first time, Michael and Mark will be joining forces as a musical duo to offer the soundtrack of a cautionary tale considering the risks of super-human artificial intelligence. Michael is a psychologist who explores sound design, the interplay of visual and sound stimuli in performance, and multimedia programming with Max6. Mark, who’s been going deep with Octatrack and Absynth, will be exploring sonic expression via dynamic sampling, real-time morphing and complex granular manipulations.
Mark Mosher – Cinematic Electronica + Invader Cam Mark is excited to be flying in from Boulder, CO for his 4th Electro-Music NY. He will be performing original cinematic electronica from his alien invasion concept albums including tracks from his new album Fear Cannot Save Us on Ableton Push, Nord Lead 4, Tenori-On, and AudioCubes. Since his last appearance at Electro-Music NY in 2012, Mark has incorporated and refined a visual synthesis component into his set using interactive projections based on live camera input. In addition to organizing and performing in award winning concerts in Boulder and performing at other festivals, Mark runs the ModulateThis.com blog (which turns 9 in October) and organizes the Boulder Synthesizer Meetup (now in its 2nd year with over 170 members). He’ll also be performing a second set as A.I. Winter – a duo with Michael O’Bannon. The electro-music(TM) festival is the world's premiere event for experimental electronic music. Now in its tenth year, this three day conference/music festival includes concerts, seminars, demonstrations, jam sessions, a swap meet, and a laptop battle. The scope is very broad, covering all aspects of electro-music: experimental electronic music, circuit bending, computer music, electro-jazz, modular synthesis, musique concrete, improvisation, algorithmic composition, multi-media, visual art and much more. The focus will be on participant involvement, sharing, community development, audience education, and great music.
Concréte Mixer: an evening of solo and collaborative musique concréte.
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