Autopsy (3)

Jake Hallett

Also known as Jay Autopsy
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.autopsy.org.uk/

Discography of Autopsy (3):

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Audio Mechaniks EP 4 Audio 2005-07-12 Neurotoxic
2 Point Click Kill EP 3 Audio 2006-02-00 Neurotoxic
3 Setting The Standard EP 4 Audio 2006-12-11 Audio Damage
4 Digital Sins E.P 4 Audio 2008-01-21 Scare Tactics Records
5 Pacemaker LP 01 9 Audio 2008 Pacemaker
6 Signal Damage EP 4 Audio 2009-02-22 Absurd Audio
7 Damage Control EP 4 Audio 2009-03-06 Audio Damage
8 Damage Control EP 4 Audio 2009-06-28 Audio Damage
9 Lost Frequency 002 4 Audio 2010-02-20 Lost Frequency Records
10 Caustic Patterns E.P. 4 Audio 2010-03-15 Noistorm
11 Caustic Patterns E.P. 4 Audio 2010-03-01 Noistorm
12 Lost Frequency 002 4 Audio 2010-02-20 Lost Frequency Records
13 The Sickness EP 4 Audio 2010-07-09 Audio Damage
14 The Final Rewind EP 4 Audio 2011-12-12 Audio Damage
15 Digital Violence EP 4 Audio 2012 Absurd Audio
16 Digital Violence EP 4 Audio 2012 Absurd Audio
17 The Death Note EP 4 Audio 2012-07-04 Audio Damage
18 The Death Note EP 4 Audio 2012-08-01 Audio Damage
19 Point Click Kill EP 3 Audio Neurotoxic
20 Hello, This Is Your Computer Speaking. 8 Audio 2013-04-01 Audio Damage
21 Hello This Is Your Computer Speaking 8 Audio 2013-06-10 Audio Damage
22 Re-Writing The Rules E.P 4 Audio Audio Damage


Jay Autopsy was born in Leicester, England in 1979. He first discovered hardcore in 1995 when he attended raves and warehouse parties like Helter Skelter, Dreamscape and North. His first experiments with music production involved an Atari ST and an old Akai CD 3000 sampler.

At the end of 1998 he purchased a PC for graphics work and made his first attempts at audio arrangement using Sound Forge, Acid Pro and Cubase VST.

The purchase of a new PC and a Novation K Station added more detail to his arrangements and in 2003 he started to perform at nights like Oblivion, Total Bedlam and Horizon.


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