Career Jam 2022 Career Jam 2022
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3. Bedroom Beats with TAETRO

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Immersive Tech Lab 150 Massachusetts Avenue

TAETRO
Music Producer and Electronic Music Mentor

TAETRO is an artist creating music, videos, and educational content from a home studio in Los Angeles. Fostering an online community of likeminded artists from around the world TAETRO works with leading brands in music tech to inspire and enable a future generation of artists.

Claire Lim B.M. '18 - Moderator
Assistant Professor, Electronic Production and Design, Berklee College of Music

Claire Marie Lim is a music technologist and electronic musician who is active under her artist project, dolltr!ck. She specializes in instruction for live electronic performance, production, and programming, and is an advocate of Asian representation and women in music technology.

In music education and arts activism, Lim collaborates with the Girls Rock Campaign, Beats by Girlz, and the Queens Public Library network, and she has received support from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and Queens Council on the Arts. She develops curricula for various ages and experience levels, having consulted for the International Center of Photography, Queens College, Coursera, and the Berklee network. Lim also independently runs the doll troop, a mentorship experience where K–12 girls can shadow her in electronic songwriting sessions and live shows.


In this session, musician and educator TAETRO will discuss his dynamic career as a freelancing digital content creator, electronic music producer, brand collaborator, and more. Based in Los Angeles with a reach that has spread internationally through the Internet, TAETRO's music technology-focused YouTube videos have garnered over 17 million views, with support from the likes of esteemed audio companies like Novation, AKAI, and Roland. His original music blends the organic and electronic to make catchy beats that cross chillhop, lofi, and other contemporary genres, which he composes using whatever can fit in his backpack.