Now that was hot

Now that was hot

Thursday, August 12, 2010

OMG, you heard it here first. The sound engine soaring behind Jordan Rudess’s 6 Illustrative Pieces For Tripp’s Hyperkeys is none other that that shimmering tower of West Coast power, Omnisphere. Apparently Jeff Tripp is so drunk with the music he plans to suggest to Eric Persing that the Hyperkeys make its public debut at the 2011 NAMM show in the Spectrasonics booth. Tripp thinks this will garner mucho attention all around.

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