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Joseph Reese has been producing laser shows & performing interactive live music performances since he was 15 yrs old. He helped to start the music group P.A.W.N. with MARK ANTON READ. Recently they ventured into a synth project that would span over many years and remains to be developing as a new music process known as RESYNTH. Resynth has been considered to be the most advanced form of synthesis on the planet & a future way of processing sound, soon to take over sampling and all forms of it. The RESYNTH project is now being developed with computer engineer's as well as electronic artist's such as APHEX TWIN / Richard James, Joseph Reese, & Mark Anton Read. Reese also has worked on some of the largest music production concerts such as: MADE IN AMERICA, SWEDISH HOUSE MAFIA tour, ALSSESO, Armand Van Helden, TEISTO, Sasha & John Digweed 1st US Tour, LIVE NATION EVENTS, many more to date.He has been charted in Billboard Dance Music Charts. More notably, he produced the percussion, drums, & bass on an Akai MPC2000 with Shaggy in Philadelphia that were used on songs for his album "Hot Shot" which also featured Janet Jackson, that reached Diamond worldwide (10,000,000+) and Platinum 6 times (6,000,000+) in the United States. The album also won best- selling album at the 2002 Juno Awards and was Billboard 200 charts number one #1 Album 2/17/01 to 4/13/01. Hot Shot went on to be certified eight times platinum in the United States according to the RIAA. The album has sold an estimated 10 million copies worldwide and was the 2nd highest-charting studio album of 2001 on the Billboard Year-End Album Charts, succeeding The Beatles "1" at the top of the Billboard 200 album chart in February 2001.
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