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Studio54

Jason Farnham

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I wanted to create something dancy, but still retain that indie vibe. The result is Studio54.

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The Technology of Tomorrow

Jason Farnham

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First I created the simple synth loop and then gradually added additional tracks to have it build throughout, but keeping the overall minimalistic feel.

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Enjoy The Silence

Jason Farnham

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My remix of one of my favorite songs by one of my favorite bands, Depeche Mode. For this single, I wanted to recreate the original synthesized vox in the intro and ending, but with actual human voice this time around, so I employed my friend Beth Dadko to sing the backing vocal part.

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Street Lights Shooting Stars

Jason Farnham

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I started with the simple piano part. It almost sounded like a loop, and from there I added the other instruments, making it explode near the end when the full drum set kicks in.

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Anthems and Edison Lights

Jason Farnham

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It starts with the Vox-amp driven guitar chord progression, and from there I was able to built the rest of the track. It has kind of an anthemic European feel of almost watching a soccer game in the stands with a Guinness in hand.

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Movement in SloMo

Jason Farnham

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I was playing around on my Fender Telecaster one day and came up with the electric guitar riff. I then made a loop of it and added the other instruments to fill it up.

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Hallelujah

Jason Farnham

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My cover of this Leonard Cohen classic, redone for the anniversary of 9/11.

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