Welcome

The Rocky Mountain Synthesizer Meet has been hosting 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.

Use this page learn about upcoming and past events. Visit Our Story page to learn about our rich history. Check out some Photos from past events. Check out some Press, Awards, Reviews including an oral history interview.

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While events are free, your donations to help pay for infrastructure such as web hosting, streaming platforms, our annual Zoom fee. You can support the community by donating or buying merch.

Past Events and News


Our archives currently go back to 2022. We’ll be adding more years back to 2012 as time allows.

Press & Awards

“Best Of” Award

Podcast 139: Mark Mosher on the Rocky Mountain Synth Meetup

The following is a replay from 2016 from my interview with on the history of our meet with our dear late friend Darwin Grosse on his Art + Music + Technology Podcast.

One of the most interesting meetups I’ve ever attended was the Rocky Mountain Synth Meetup, led by Mark Mosher. Mark started this as an outgrowth of his own desire to meet people, but it has expanded into one of the most active synthesizer-based meetups in the world – and is now a must-visit… From its humble beginnings in the basement of a Louisville CO restaurant to the huge launch party for the Ableton Push 2 release…the RMSM has continued to expand, and is healthier than ever.

Darwin Grosse

Libsyn Link & Ep. 139 Show Notes | Apple Podcasts | Spotify


Reviews from Past Events

“The first online events have gone extremely well! They’re a much welcomed change that couldn’t have come at a better time. Even if all you had was a smartphone, you can still participate, learn, and stay connected.

Whether there’s 20 attendees or 5, these events are well planned and conducted such that all participants are engaged with ample opportunity to ask questions and share thoughts on the subject. The Digitone session was just great and I learned some TOTALLY RAD tips! Definitely excited for more online events!”

Very positive experience, very interesting mix of people, I try to go as often as my location and schedule allows.

Great vibe and you can meet a lot of awesome musicians and creative people here. Seems like there’s something for everybody here. Check it out!

I really like this group and what it represents for supporting the artist community. I’m looking forward to meeting more of you at the next event. 

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