Jaee Logan was introduced to a number of innovative synthesizers in the early days of development. These include the Oberheim 2 Voice, the Arp 2600, and the Mini Moog. He beta tested software for Sequential Circuits, Robert Keller PC48 Track, and Passport Design and was hired by Jim Miller's Personal Composer System 2 to help demonstrate their notation software at the NAMM Show. Jaee has been a regular attendee ever since! He became well known for programming and sequencing sounds. In the early days of MIDI, he was often in the studio working with artists such as Bobby Brown, Pebbles, EnVouge, MC Hammer, The Spinners, and the Timex Social Club. Over the years he has recorded on his own Smooth Jazz Sun Rider Album as well as produced up and coming artists. His passion for music and exploring new technology remains as strong as ever!
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