For all the incredible variety and flexibility of synthesizers, the foundations of synthesis have a common purpose: making your own music from the sound up. Learn about this intriguing world of synthesizers with Michael Lehmann Boddicker.
Michael, the co-founder of Synthplex, is regarded as one of the top electronic and synthesist session musicians today. He has an exhaustive list of recording and performance credits with hundreds of well-known artists, including: John Williams, Thomas Newman, Quincy Jones, Michael Jackson, David Foster, Barbra Streisand, Maurice Jarre, Burt Bacharach, Lionel Ritchie, Celine Dion, Diana Ross, Earth Wind and Fire, Randy Newman, Sting, Whitney Houston, Bob Seger, Randy Newman, Chicago, Julio Iglesias, and many others.
His playing can be heard on Earth, Wind & Fire's "Let's Groove Tonight;" USA For Africa’s “We Are The World;” Whitney Houston's “Greatest Love Of All;” Barbra Streisand’s “Somewhere;” Michael Jackson's "Thriller," "Bad," & "Black or White;" Randy Newman's "Short People, & "I Love LA;" and the Pointer Sisters' "He's So Fine."
A GRAMMY Award-winner Lehmann Boddicker has also received the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences "Most Valuable Player" Award three times, the "Most Valuable Player Emeritus" Award, and was named Keyboard Magazine's "Best Studio Synthesist" and "Best Session Player."