BURBANK, CA - May 22, 2010 - Spectrasonics has posted three new videos to its online Artist Video Series featuring keyboardist and composer Lyle Mays (Pat Metheny Group) improvising using Spectrasonics' Omnisphere and Trilian virtual instruments triggered from a MIDIâ€™ed Acoustic Grand Piano. Two videos capture the live music creation process with drummer and percussionist Alex Acuna (Weather Report) while a 'Behind the Scenes' video offers a rare glimpse of the studio sessions. The videos are available for viewing at the Spectrasonics website.
Other videos in the series include George Duke & Greg Phillinganes, rock producer and multi-instrumentalist Chris Vrenna creating new original music with Trilian, and dance music producer Josh Gabriel creating a remix and DJing live with it. More Artist Videos in the series are set to be released later in 2010.
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