Welcome to my electronic music world. I'm Franck Martin

... and I'm passionate about the sounds and possibilities of electronic music. Jean-Michel Jarre was my first inspiration, but I enjoy all kinds of music genres. Electronic music, however, has a special place in my heart for its creativity and diversity.

I've been an avid listener and reviewer of electronic music for a long time, but now I want to explore the other side of the musical spectrum: making and sharing my own music. I want to learn how to use the tools and techniques of music creation, production, distribution, promotion... and to release albums that reflect my vision and style.

One of the aspects of electronic music that fascinates me is the immersive and spatial sound. I want to experiment with dolby atmos and other technologies that can create a 3D audio experience for the listeners. I want to make music that surrounds you and transports you to another dimension.

This is my journey.

New Music in Spatial Audio

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Concerts and Events


The Four-Sided Note

The Four-Sided Note, an odyssey through space and time by Doug Lynner. I had the pleasure to make an immersive mix in 8.1 from a live quadraphonic performance. It is released in Dolby Atmos on June 14.

Je Me Souviens

Do you want to experience the sound of memories? Do you want to immerse yourself in a sonic journey that evokes the emotions of nostalgia, sadness, and wonder? If so, you might want to check out my new album "Je me Souviens" - I remember.

Out on the 27th October 2023!
Read the story behind "Je me Souviens"


Listen to Origins on any platform and in Spatial Audio/Dolby Atmos on Apple Music.

Dolby Atmos Tutorial for FNAMM (in French)

The FNAMM (Formation Numérique Aux Métiers de la Musique) is a Francophone online music school. It was founded by Jean-Michel Jarre, Joachim Garraud, Charles Chemery and Laurent Noudohounsi in 2023. I made for them a tutorial on mixing in Dolby Atmos on Logic Pro.


Two new pages to help you with quadraphonic

Modular California Vibes

Modular California Vibes

4 producers, 4 days, 4 unique landscapes, 4 solar-powered productions.
Jump on board the LAGoodvibe mobile studio with Joachim Garraud, Trovarsi, Hugo Paris and Franck Martin for a unique four-day exploration of breathtaking landscapes and original music compositions. Travelog of a creative journey solely powered by Californian sunshine, the adventure gave us 4 days to compose, produce, mix, and master 100% solar powered tracks.

New Album: How Dare You! Live at Gray Area

How Dare You! Live at Gray Area: Recorded in quadraphonic during LeftCoastLights Eclectic Festival at the Gray Area in San Francisco on 9th September 2021.

It expresses the general inaction while we are facing a climate disaster.

Release Date: 25th August 2022
Format: Dolby Atmos/Spatial audio on selected streaming services
Genre: Dark Ambient


A musical journey in the desert with Trovarsi, Hugo Paris and Joachim Garraud. Follow the hashtag #ModularCaliforniaVibes on your favorite social network for more information. Read the press release

New Album: Passages

Passages: The picture used for the album cover is what inspired me to do this album but also the mood of the time. Earlier in the year I had a health scare. You think about your own mortality. This past year was challenging, in the middle of a pandemic, working from home. They say the only thing that does not change is change. The sun passing through the clouds, the right imagery for Passages. The world will be different after covid-19. We are also on a path of self ecological destruction. It is a passage for humanity. I poured this mood, these emotions into this music.

It is in quadraphonic, processed to be a Dolby Atmos release and bounced to binaural for Bandcamp and other Stereo only services.

2 years, 4 months and 9 days since the album Passages is publicly released!

New Track: Dystopia

Dystopia: Downtempo track with Taiko drums, produced in Dolby Atmos. Get transported in a dystopian world.

New Album: To The Stars

'To The Stars' Cover ©️Franck Martin
'To The Stars' Cover ©️Franck Martin
Half Space Odyssey, half the Expanse, this is the cinematic approach of this album.

This album was worked over many weeks, performed on a modular synthesizer at some events then re-worked, tuned, changed.

Finally it was recorded as one take, but with different parts. You can listen to the whole album continuously or each individual tracks.

Recorded in quadraphonic, then mixed and mastered in 5.1 and the result processed for a binaural version.

Album: Symphoney

'Symphoney' Cover ©️Franck Martin
'Symphoney' Cover ©️Franck Martin

Read more about Symphoney

Video for NPR Tiny Desk Contest 2020

NPR Tiny Desk Contest is a yearly event to celebrate indie music from the USA

FM+1 Mystery Event, 16th Feb 2020, The Armory Club, SF

Phuturo and I organized one in January 2019 and June 2019 and many people came and we got many requests to do another one.
More information and Tickets.

KZSU 90.1FM, Stanford, 4th and 8th Feb

I will be performing at
  • Sound Wheels on Tuesday 4th Feb 4pm PST
  • Day Of Noise on Saturday 8th Feb at 7:30am PST.
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2019 Year in Review

Here is a review of 2019, with some info on what's coming up in 2020.
2019 Year review.

Get some awesome swag!

I have created an online shop so you can get some awesome items with a design inspired by my music. Ship worldwide!

New Album: Elements

'Elements' Cover ©️Franck Martin
'Elements' Cover ©️Franck Martin

Read more about Elements

"Franck Martin's innovative entry video was filmed near the Golden Gate bridge in San Francisco using a 360 camera (view this video on YouTube for the full effect). His choice of instrument is just as creative: a portable modular synth. The sounds of the water crashing on the shore add to the improvisational nature of Martin's piece. Just like the tourists walking by in the video, we were stopped in our tracks watching this entry." - Clara Maurer
Article on NPR

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Q: What is PeachyMango?
A: PeachyMango is the label and site of Franck Martin, an electronic musician and composer based in San Francisco. He is passionate about the sounds and possibilities of electronic music, especially immersive and spatial sound.

Q: What kind of music does Franck Martin make?
A: Franck Martin makes various genres and styles of electronic music, from ambient to techno, from classical to experimental. He uses different tools and techniques such as modular synthesizers, MIDI controllers, software instruments, effects, and recording devices. He also experiments with technologies such as Dolby Atmos, Ambisonics, Binaural Audio, and Spatial Audio to create a 3D audio experience for the listeners.

Q: Where can I listen to or buy Franck Martin's music?
A: You can listen to or buy Franck Martin's music on various platforms such as Bandcamp, Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube, and more. You can also check out his upcoming and past concerts and events on his website. If you want to support him and get exclusive content, you can join his mailing list or become a supporter starting $20/year.