The first video features Lutz using the 73 Studio E.Piano in Keys A with 5th Lead in Keys B set as a very subtle split. Check out his how he brings in Auto Wah and Phaser effects along with the H2 Organ as a cool pad:
Lutz shows off YC Series' synth power with a cool performance called “Lutz+FM=Love”. He plays the synth lead Voice “Funky Mini” in Keys B. The F4 organ and the synth pad Voice “Nowhere” uses the Slicer effect providing a nice groove. And check out how he uses the drawbars and the single knob filter to adjust the timbre of the sound:
Lest we not forget: Lutz Krajenski is an accomplished organist. Check out his “Organ Flute” performance below, and dig the addition of the Vibraphone Voice in the middle of this swinging ditty:
Want to know more about Lutz? Check out the interview below:
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Yamaha Synthesizer Product Specialist Blake Angelos has over thirty years of experience with music hardware and software. An expert in music technology, Blake has conducted numerous clinics, master classes and presentations throughout the United States, Europe and Canada. In his role as Product Specialist for the Synthesizer Department Blake appears in many product videos and artist interviews, writes many articles for YamahaSynth.com and co-hosts a regular Podcast called “Behind the Synth”.
Before his work with Yamaha, he taught music theory and jazz studies courses at Arizona State University; managed a technology-focused music store in Seattle and was a production supervisor at Microsoft, where he led a team that developed groundbreaking interactive music content for the Microsoft Network. Blake holds a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Northern Colorado and a Master of Music degree from Arizona State University. Blake currently resides in Bellingham, Washington with his family, and between his travels around the world for Yamaha, he performs as much as possible with several jazz and creative music groups in Bellingham, Seattle and other places in the Pacific Northwest.