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Rob Papen’s brand new virtual synthesizer Blade released yesterday. The price is € 99USD 119 (introduction price until end of May) and is available The minute I saw teaser videos from NAMM I knew I’d be getting Blade because of it’s fresh immediate and expressive approach to additive synthesis.... Read more →

Tomorrow's World on Sampling and MIDI with Midge Ure as Seen from 1987

A link to this cool video was just posted over on The first half of the video is an interview with Midge Ure on sequencing, guitar synths, and sampling.The second half features some behind-the-scenes footage of Peter Wilshire and Robin Lumley gathring field recordings at a zoo for sample-based... Read more →

From the coverage I saw of Winter NAMM 2012 this year, affordable analog synths were all the buzz. Specifically the Arturia MiniBrute and the MOOG Minitaur. While one knob per function is great, I was really disappointed to find that there was no on-board patch management on these synths. As... Read more →

A few months back Kay Dee from Waldorf support has been participating in an unofficial Blofeld Facebook group. There has been discussion and buzz about Waldorf starting to work on a firmware update for the Blofeld including a thread where Kay requested feedback on new feature requirements. For those not... Read more →

I just funded The Bob Moog Foundation. Fund it too! Mark Mosher Electronic Music Artist, Boulder, CO Official Web Site: Listen/Download Albums: Read more →