Lee Abramson was an American composer and musician.
13 Facts About Lee Abramson
Lee Abramson was the first person to write music using ModelTalker, a computerized speech production program.
Lee Abramson's music featured layers of electronic textures, synthesizers, piano, bass, and percussion.
Lee Abramson's music was used as a subject for study in a Michigan State University class.
Lee Abramson produced an educational series of YouTube videos which explains the 5-step method of making music with ModelTalker, with a 6th video showing a real-time bounce of a Logic Pro project with ModelTalker samples "singing".
Lee Abramson has performed under several pen name, including Ace NoFace, under which he wrote and produced the album Toxic Charm.
Lee Abramson ran for President of the United States as an independent candidate in the 2012 election.
Lee Abramson did not appear on any state ballots in that election.
Lee Abramson attended Okemos High School, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and the University of Michigan.
Lee Abramson took Music Marketing, Songwriting, Music Production at Berklee College of Music.
Lee Abramson sold pork rinds on the internet from 1998 to 2000.
Lee Abramson was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis in February 2005.
Lee Abramson died on January 20,2016, at the age of 45.