Spectrasonics Artist Video Series
BURBANK, CA – NOVEMBER 9, 2010 – Spectrasonics posted a new offering in its online Artist Video Series with “Old Skool Boogie Oogie” â€” one of Spectrasonics’ founder and creative diretcor Eric Persing’s favorite jams from the George Duke & Greg Phillinganes session. The bass playing by George on Trilian is fantastic, and Greg starts on the vintage Wulitzer electric piano and then spontaneously ends up at the acoustic piano. Some playing that will make you smile.
Eric Persing says, “The playing here is just insane. Once again, no rehearsal, edits or retakes….this is the real deal! Make sure to watch through to the ending too….it gets kinda’ nuts.”
View the video: “Old Skool Boogie Oogie”
Previous postings in the Artist Video Series feature several other videos with George Duke / Greg Phillinganes, and videos featuring Larry Mitchell and Tony James, Chris Vrenna, Josh Gabriel, and Lyle Mays. More Artist Videos in the series are set to be released in the future.
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.
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, the new Trilian Total Bass Module, and the popular Stylus RMX Realtime Groove Module. For more information visit www.spectrasonics.net