ChainSmokers were in attendance of the 60th Annual Grammy Awards that was held at Madison Square Garden early this year in New York City. The last hit song called “Somebody” drew a lot of attention from the fans. According to the band, ChainSmokers, the song contains pitched up vocal and modular synth samples. They have taken their precious time to reveal to the audience everything about that hit song. They had released a video earlier on Facebook. Chain Smokers is a band comprised of a duo, Alex Pall, and Drew Taggart. They have promised the audience a more detailed tutorial but have taken time to give a taste of what went on during the composition.
The first fact revealed is that the vocal part was originally recorded for another song. That is why there is pitch change within the hit. They have released a video with an intensive tutorial incorporating the synths to Ableton and piano. In the same news, the able ASCAP named Drew Taggart as a Co-Winner of the Songwriter of the Year. They have produced several songs that have become hit songs and favorites of many fans. Some may not have had a deep thought and look at who the band is.
ChainSmokers is a duo of an American DJ and super producer. The duo has successfully gathered a lot of fame throughout their performances. They have produced a number of songs that have become favorite hits and won awards for the same. Going back to the drawing board, ChainSmokers originally consisted of Pall and Bixler. It was later reformed in 2012 through the direction of Alpert Adam in New York City. Alpert introduced Pall, a growing Dj then, to Taggart. Alex was a student at New York University studying music business and history. At that time, Taggart was attending Syracuse and later became an intern at Interscope Records shortly before they met. They formed the duo and began doing exploits in their musical journey. They have performed so many live shows and performances and had tremendous breakthroughs. They have a list of nominations and awards from their engagements in the dance music industry.