Casey Young has designed synthesizers and programed electronic instruments for a string of albums and movies over his long career. As a keyboardist in the late 60s, Casey found it easy and natural to explore the exciting new developments in electronic musical instruments. As a result he began programming synths such as the Synclavier for studio recordings as well as live concert events. Casey worked on the “Bodies and Souls” album for The Manhattan Transfer” in 1983, which was followed by studio projects with Johnny Gill, Yes, Michael Jackson (Bad), Tina Turner and a long list of smooth jazz artists such as David Sanborn.
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