‘Morningside’  – How To Make A Song, by Moby

A while ago I made a little video that was a ‘Making of’ the track ‘My Only Love’ from the album All Visible Objects – you can watch it below. Now we just released another track from All Visible Objects called ‘Morningside.’ So in the tradition of making these ‘how to make a song’ videos which I started with ‘My Only Love’ I’ve now made one for ‘Morningside’ which you can watch here.

‘Morningside’  – How To Make A Song, by Moby

Here’s where the ‘making of’ tradition started. It was filmed in my studio and shows how the song ‘my only love’ from All Visible Objects was created and recorded.

I hope you like it!

‘Morningside’  – How To Make A Song, by Moby

A few weeks ago i was joined on my Twitch channel by a bunch of remarkable people from brighter green, mercy for animals, and the Brazilian animation company, zombie. We talked about the ‘my only love’ video, focusing on the role of animal agriculture in deforestation. It’s been archive now and you can watch it back above.

 

‘Morningside’  – How To Make A Song, by Moby

Also, I released this video on the day All Visible Objects dropped, discussing the inspiration, writing and recording of it in my studio. If you liked the album you might enjoy this.

‘Morningside’  – How To Make A Song, by Moby
‘Morningside’  – How To Make A Song, by Moby

the new moby album, All Visible Objects, is out now on all platforms. Recorded in the legendary EastWest studios, Moby created this album in Studio 3 where Pet Sounds was recorded, using the same board that was used in the making of Ziggy Stardust and the same piano that Sinatra used to record some of his most notable hits. 

Keeping with Moby’s history of donating to charity he is using this album as a sounding board to bring attention to a long list of charities dedicated to preserving our planet and all its inhabitants. All of Moby’s profits from All Visible Objects will be donated to the charities outlined below. The album track-listing can be found among them.

Over the last 10 years Moby has been donating 100% of the profits from most of his work to animal and human rights charities. His restaurant, free film music site, mobygratis.com, his festival Circle V, and his last few albums have all donated 100% of their profits to animal and human rights organizations.