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Jan Jelinek

Jan Jelinek recorded under the names Farben and Gramm, as well as his birth name, and became a revered producer of electronic music. Moving to Berlin in 1995 for the sake of his university degree in philosophy and sociology, Jelinek started experimenting with sampling media. Using his sampler as a tool to dissect and tape together new tracks, Jelinek moved on to Stefan Betke\'s Scape label for Loop-Finding-Jazz-Records. Jelinek cut and pasted jazz sequences from the \'60s and \'70s, rearranging them with audio tools for a unique end product.

Jan Jelinek recorded under the names Farben and Gramm, as well as his birth name, and became a revered producer of electronic music. Moving to Berlin in 1995 for the sake of his university degree in philosophy and sociology, Jelinek started experimenting with sampling media. Using his sampler as a tool to dissect and tape together new tracks, Jelinek moved on to Stefan Betke\'s Scape label for Loop-Finding-Jazz-Records. Jelinek cut and pasted jazz sequences from the \'60s and \'70s, rearranging them with audio tools for a unique end product.

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