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Joseph "Joe" Hahn (born March 15, 1977), also known by his stage name, Mr. Hahn, is an American turntablist and director best known as the DJ and sampler for the American rock band [a=Linkin Park].
Hahn is a second generation Korean American.
Hahn began deejaying in high school, and he studied illustration at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. In college, he met [a=Mike Shinoda], and joined his band Xero, which later became known as [a=Linkin Park].
Hahn was called Chairman Hahn on the back cover of Linkin Park's Remix album Reanimation next to the songs "With You" and "Cure For The Itch". Hahn has directed several of Linkin Park's music videos, such as those for "Numb", "From the Inside", "What I've Done", "Somewhere I Belong", "Pts.OF.Athrty", "New Divide", "Bleed it Out" and "Iridescent".
He has also directed videos for [a=Story of the Year], [a=Xzibit], and [a=Alkaline Trio].
Outside of his work in music, Hahn provided special effects work on The X-Files and the miniseries Frank Herbert's Dune.
Hahn directed the trailer for the video game Medal of Honor, featuring Linkin Park's single "The Catalyst".
Hahn became the first Korean American to receive a Grammy when the band won the 2002 award for Best Hard Rock Performance.