CHARLIE PHILLIPS Charlie Phillips is from Richmond Virginia and as a teenager he loved electronic music. He had a vast collection of electronic music albums. He attended Flagler College 1973-1975 in St. Augustine, Florida. Charlie saw his first synthesizer instrument in a music class. So began his quest for sounds and controlling them. He transferred in 1975 to Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia and studied electronic music and computers in electronic music until 1983 earning a Bachelor of Music. He was protégé to Dr. Dika Newlin, world renowned musicologist and music composition teacher. He studied electronic music with Dr. Loren Carrier and attended master classes with Morton Subotnick, Dr. Robert Moog and many other famous electronic musicians. During his Richmond stay from 1975 through 1987, he built and owned Adams Corner's recording studio (specializing in voice over for film and television sound tracks) Charlie toured and lectured while representing three major electronic music companies (Passport Design, Aries, Electro Comp).He taught studio recording and electronic music at J. Sergeant Reynolds’s Community College.