George W Russell Jr.
Randy Roos is a founding member of the critically acclaimed Orchestra Luna, who released their eponymous debut on Epic/CBS in 1974. He has also released albums on the Narada and JVC labels. Roos has composed numerous TV scores including all of the Scientific American Frontiers series (PBS, hosted by Alan Alda) and several in the PBS NOVA series. He regularly performs with Club d’Elf, Donkilo Afrofunk Orkestra, Urethane, and the Marc Rossi Group. He has also performed with Steve Swallow, Mick Goodrick, Bill Bruford, John Medeski, and Victor Bailey. In addition, Roos owns and operates a commercial recording studio where he produces, engineers, and plays on a steady stream of projects. On the Berklee campus, Roos teaches Recording Techniques for Guitarists, Electronic Effects, MIDI Guitar Lab, and Intro to Music Technology.