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Video highlights from an hour long improvised ambient drone concert by the Synth Patrol: Drone Ensemble recorded live at the Rocky Mountain Synthesizer Meet on January 21st, 2024 at the Junkyard Social Club in Boulder.

This was shot on an Insta360 X3 and edited by Mark Mosher using Insta360 app and LumaFusion. The audio source is from a live board recording from the event mastered by Méchant Métrique.

To see the full 1 hour performance with two camera angles with the board recording visit There is also a copy of this audio recording on Soundcloud at .

For this performance, each member of the ensemble will played note only, one at a time, to create a collective emergent ambient synth drone soundscape filled with continuous notes, tone clusters, movement, and dynamics.

This immersive popup experience was live mixed through a four speaker system with a sub and feature supporting ambient lighting effects. The mix and panning were done by the performers in real-time as a result of the ensemble actively listening and adjusting.

Since 2019, the Synth Patrol ( has produced improvisational electronic music concerts with rotating squads of players. Performances are based on a growing repertoire of creative missions with immersive sound, lighting and visuals elements.

The squad for this Drone Ensemble mission and event was:

- Eddie Corcoran: Music, Sound Reinforcement, Live Mix & Recording –
- Langdon Crawford: Synth, Videography –
- Brian Horsfield: Synth, Lights, Staging –
- Victoria Lundy: Synth, Staging –
- Mark Mosher: Synth, Visuals, Creative Director –
- Christoph Scholtes: Synth, Staging –

The Rocky Mountain Synthesizer Meet has hosterd 140 free events since 2012. Each event features a different topic on synthesizer tech, technique, and artistry using a broad variety of hardware and software to create, produce and perform. Events often feature live performances by community members. These events are open to synthesizer enthusiasts of all levels and are a wonderful place to learn, get inspired, share your art, and meet new people and collaborators. More at


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