" "I haven't seen anyone else in the world who plays anything
like me." There aren't many Canadian muscians who can make that
claim. Then again, there aren't many Canadian musicians in charge of
20 employees and a two-million-dollar-a-year buisness. Vincent John
Vincent, on the phone from The Vivid Group offices in Toronto, speakes
exitedly about the interactive virtual reality system that has made
him the John Lennon of the computer-geek world. In 1988, Vincent was
touring Ontario, Quebec and New York three nights a week; now he plays
internationally a couple of times a month, in places like Anchorage,
Amsterdam, Paris, L.A., Australia, Rio De Janeiro and Tokyo"...
"Right now, when you decide you want to be a musician, you just
pick an instrument. Five years down the road, i'm sure there will be
a lot of musicians who learned music for the first time on their computers,
who have learned to play virtual instument. It will be slow evolution,
but it's such a dynamic environment.""