New Spectrasonics Artist Videos Released
New videos feature Spectrasonicsâ€™ award-winning Trilian Total Bass software virtual instrument
BURBANK, CA - SEPTEMBER 21, 2010 - Spectrasonics posted new offerings in its online Artist Video Series with 3 videos featuring Larry Mitchell and Tony James performing together creating original music. In these videos, Grammy-winning Producer/Guitarist Larry Mitchell showcases the possibilities of triggering Spectrasonicsâ€™ Trilian virtual bass instrument from his MIDI guitar. Drummer Tony James jams live with Larry to create the three original tunes. Larry adds rhythm and lead guitar as well. Also for viewing is a fourth 'Behind the Scenes' video showing how the session was done. See the four new videos HERE.
Previous postings in the Artist Video Series feature George Duke & Greg Phillinganes, Lyle Mays, Chris Vrenna, and
Josh Gabriel. More Artist Videos in the series are set to be released in 2010.
The Spectrasonics Artist Video Series captures live recording session performances and behind the scenes segements with unique glimpses of the the musical work in progress. The Larry Mitchell-Tony James sessions were recorded at Glenwood Place Studios in Burbank, CA by engineer Hal Sacks and Mixed and Mastered by Eric Persing.
See all the Artist Series videos at Pro News
Founded in 1994, Spectrasonics is a leading innovator of world-class, award-winning virtual instrument software plug-ins, used by the top recording artists, producers, remixers and film composers on the planet. Key Spectrasonics products include its flagship synthesizer Omnisphere(r), the new Trilian(r) Total Bass Module, and the popular Stylus RMX(r) Realtime Groove Module. For more information visit www.spectrasonics.net