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The Chainsmokers Reveal Their Secrets to Producing Massive Hits

Hit songs are a dime a dozen in this era of producing tracks for the multitudes. How is a hit song produced? This is a secret that will soon be revealed when Chainsmokers breaks down their latest release. The newest work by Chainsmokers “Somebody” focuses on pitch up vocals and modular synth work. One unique fact is that a portion of the vocals was originally produced for an entirely different song. As a result, there is a unique pitch change in the music

Those who are interested in how hit songs are created can have a front row seat. The Chainsmokers have promised to provide a tutorial on how they produced the song. This is expected to be released soon. Viewers will be able to peek into all the steps required to produce a hit song. This is an exciting opportunity. Especially, with the success of the duos first tow albums.

The Chainsmokers reached a status of notoriety with their hit song Selfie. The song shot to the top of the charts in several countries. In 2015, The Chainsmokers release their Debut Bouquet in October of 2015. One of their singles Roses reached the top of the Billboard Top 100. Another of the duo’s single from the record Don’t Let Me Down won a Grammy. While Closer, reached number one on the charts. Additional awards include the American Music Awards, and an iHeartRAdio Music Awards. The duo also succeeded with their second EP release Collage.

With their swift success, The Chainsmokers are an excellent resource on how to produce hit songs. The team consist of American DJs and production team Alex Pall and Andrew Taggert. The two met in New York in 2012 while Pall was working as a DJ. Taggert was focused on establishing himself as a DJ during this time. Creating EDM’s on his MacBook Pro. The pair teamed up and made history after the release of their first EDM.

 

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Alex Pall on Staying Current and Staying True To His Values

The Chainsmokers started, out of all possible starts, by Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart quitting their jobs. It only took four years for the duo to become a breakout band, and they are now very successful. The key to their success? To never make the same song, and to throw themselves into their work in a way that most mainstream DJs don’t.

Alex Pall sings on their recent song “Closer”, as part of a duet with alternative artist Halsey. Pall was ecstatic to work with Halsey on this song, as Halsey is unapologetically herself, similar to Pall and the Chainsmokers. In singing on “Closer” as well as producing it and co-writing it, Pall broke the formula wherein singers and producers don’t have much of an attachment to their own music beyond providing the vocals.

“Closer” is thematically about a hookup with an ex-girlfriend where the singer realizes that they know everything about the person and that it doesn’t seem like the hookup will work out very well. The thing about this song, as well as other songs that have been written and produced by the Chainsmokers, is that while it’s universal, it’s unique. The Chainsmokers refuse to limit themselves to just one genre and refuse to stick themselves in boxes.

When describing his job as an artist, Pall says that it’s ultimately a journey of self-discovery – especially in the way that he has formatted his career. Pall and Taggart have always observed what is going on around them, and work to stay true to their values while staying current and updating their music with modern culture in mind. Pall describes his journey as a musical artist as shaping his own identity and says that he wants his listeners to relate to his music on a deeper level.

Pall hopes to continue capturing the attention of his listeners, who mostly come from the 16 to 25-year-old demographic and are all over the world, including the Philippines and South Africa. They ensure to make their music captivating to everyone, including kids and those over thirty. And if they keep on going like they currently are, they’ll have no problem.

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