Daniel Fisher is one of the most sought-after synthesizer sound designers in the industry. He was the Keyboardist for the United States Army Rock Band and toured across Europe and the United States. Fisher graduated Cum Laude with a dual degree in Music Synthesis and Music Production & Engineering from Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. After graduating, Daniel worked as a Soundware Engineer at Kurzweil's R&D facility, before going on to become the Director of Soundware Engineering at Sweetwater Sound, where he developed sounds for numerous keyboards including: Korg, Casio, E-MU, Roland, Kurzweil, Novation, Alesis, and Yamaha. In 2001, Fisher was an Associate Professor of Music Synthesis at Berklee College of Music for five years, at which time he was offered the position of Director of Product Optimization at Sweetwater. Daniel is currently an Adjunct Professor of Music Synthesis at the University of Saint Francis and teaches Music Synthesis and Sampling at IPFW in Fort Wayne, Indiana.