Dr. Lawrence W. Moore announces what new videos will be coming up in LWM Music's plans for summer synthesis, electronic music, and electro-acoustic music tutorials. Moore will be hosting a new series on MobMuPlat (Mobile Music Platform) and Pure Data, which will show viewers how to build graphic user interfaces for controlling PD patches on mobile devices. Moore will also be continuing the Learning Electronic Music Production with Reason series. Additionally, Lawrence will also be looking at turning Sunday Night Synthesis into a live streaming event in the future. All in all, LWM Music has plans to grow over the summer.
Moore also shows viewers his new studio setup, which now features a Mackie 32 channel, 8 bus analog mixing console. This mixer is to be used for analog summing in the mixing process. To take full benefit of this mixer, Moore is now using two MOTU 16A interfaces, networked via ethernet cable. The MOTU AVB line of interfaces allow one to treat multiple interfaces as one interface. This setup will be used for the mixing of the upcoming Wayfarer album release, "A Wayfarer's Journey," which is also the soundtrack for the YouTube Minecraft series by the same name at The Wayfarer Project Channel on YouTube.
See more news updates from the past by going to the News page at LWM Music. The news page is where announcements are archived. These announcements include site announcements and notable endeavors that Dr. Lawrence W. Moore is working on.
In this week's episode of Sunday Night Synthesis, the series returns from hiatus highlighting a very interesting piece of software that models Eurorack modular synthesizer components, called VCV Rack. Lawrence W. Moore introduces the software and some of its basic plugins and modules, including those from the Core set, Fundamental set, and Befaco set. Al of the plugins used in this video are free downloads.
VCV Rack is a great learning tool for analog modular synthesis, and does provide a pretty decent set of tools for building some great sounding synthesizers. You just need to know what you're doing. Viewers are invited to leave comments as to whether or not they would like to see more videos on VCV Rack, either tutorial videos or videos on building some instruments in the software.
LWM Music is a website maintained by Dr. Lawrence W. Moore. Dr. Moore is a composer of electro-acoustic music and a multimedia artist whose interests include synthesis, sound design, video art, interactive systems, and multimedia software development. This website serves as a hub for his art and his tutorials. Moore feels that education is an important thing for artists, and the sharing of knowledge helps us all fuel our inspiration and abilities to utilize technological tools that are beneficial for the creation of our art.
Lawrence's music, video art, software developments, and learning tutorials are housed on this website in tandem with the LWM Music YouTube channel. Please subscribe to the channel if you like the content that you have found and be sure to press the "like" button on videos that you find helpful or entertaining. Viewers are encouraged to leave comments on the videos and ask questions if they have them. You will soon find that you are in a community of people with similar interests who are also asking questions, making suggestions, posting requests, and engaging in discussions to help them further their own art and software developments.
In addition to the art music and academic endeavors that you find at LWM Music, Dr. Lawrence W. Moore also composes music that draws upon his interest in fantasy and mysticism, called Wayfarer. This music and accompanying media is hosted at The Music of Wayfarer website. Please check it out when you have a chance.
The Wayfarer Project
The Wayfarer Project is where Dr. Lawrence W. Moore explores legend, lore, mythology, and philosophy in an effort to learn more about the human condition. Our life journey is spent traveling through a mysterious universe with much to offer and much to learn. Knowing more about ourselves is one of the more fulfilling pursuits that one can have in life. It is through our imagination that we express the truest honesty.
Psyche Electro-Acoustic Opera Company
Dr. Moore also works with his wife and fellow composer/multimedia artist, Liza Seigido in the production of electro-acoustic/multimedia opera productions. The Psyche Electro-Acoustic Opera Company is an adventurous project that presents short operas that utilize video, lighting, electronic music, and modern staging to present powerful stories set to music. Please visit the website to find out more about this project and see some video excerpts of concert performances and some of Seigido's tutorials on interactive music and media.