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Posts from April 2015

Marooned is Now Available A Bandcamp exclusive with high-quality download in MP3, FLAC... includes digital booklet PDF containing 16 pages of liner notes, photos, and graphical score. I'm super excited to announce my new album Marooned is now available. This soundscape is in the same universe and is a prequel... Read more →


Back on March 7th I presented a workshop in Boulder called "Intro to Patching Virtual Modular Synths". I thought I'd pass along a concept from this workshop that might save you money as well as inspire you to start down the path of modular and semi-modular sound design with your... Read more →


I'll be hosting Boulder Synthesizer Meetup #36 tonight. We'll have a great lineup with Serafin Sanchez presenting and Darren Kramer performing at the after meetup. Fun fact - meetup now has 275 members!!! See you locals tonight. If you are ever visiting the Boulder/Denver area on the 2nd Tuesday of... Read more →


Like so many of us, my first interface for synthesis was akeyboard. I grew up playing organ, then gigged 100s of shows playing synth keys in an alt-rock band in a past lifetime. Five years ago when I was designing a studio and performance rig for my original albums and... Read more →


"Dedication" has been my watchword for the last few years. I've spent 100s of hours working with a small set of instruments - Octatrack, Nord Lead 4, Ableton Push, and Absynth. The payoff is when you transcend the technology you can make and change sonic decisions in real-time and focus... Read more →


Can you read the labels on the knobs and switches? Neither can I. Point being that you can never count on a particular light condition at a show. Memorize the function and workflow of you instruments in near dark conditions where you can't read labels. This will prepare you for... Read more →