An electronic/experimental album with 8 original songs composed and produced in the digital realm using state-of-the-art virtual instruments. The album was composed an arranged for live performance and was created using keyboards, matrix controllers, the exotic Theremin, and unique visual and tangible controllers such as the Tenori-On and Percussa AudioCubes.
Free Music Friday: “Dormant” from the album Fear Cannot Save Us by Mark Mosher
Happy Friday. I’ve just posted the single “Dormant” - Track 1 from my new album Fear Cannot Save Us on Soundcloud with the option to download a free 192kbps MP3 version of the song. My soundcloud profile is here if you want to swap follows https://soundcloud.com/markmosher :^)
If you enjoy the track and want to stream the album swing by Bandcamp (http://markm)osher.bandcamp.com. That’s a great place to buy the album as well as you can buy high-rez versions of the music there and the album download includes a 10 page digital booklet. The album is also available on most major outlets including , iTunes, Amazon, CDBaby.
I use hand crafted synthetic sounds (subtractive and additive synthesis) to create strange tones, textures. and rhythms to build tension. Fast note-runs, and radical tempo changes will creep you out. This piece was performed using Percussa AudioCubes.
This album contains five original instrumental horror soundscapes by Boulder-based synthesist and composer Mark Mosher. Listen in the dark on a great sound system with a sub-woofer or with good headphones (not ear buds) and let your imagination run wild! Then remember, it’s all in your head :^)
I’m just loving the Nord Lead 4. It’s a great all around synth but I’m finding it quite outstanding for experimental work. This is a single custom Nord Lead 4 preset from INIT droning one note. I’m using morphing along with manual tweaking. http://www.MarkMosherMusic.com
A little chill electronica to help you adjust to springing forward - “Arrival”. This song is part of the alien invasion series told from the Alien point-of-view. So chill for them as they arrive and see our beautiful Earth. Arrival by Mark Mosher