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In setting out to create the music video for "Come and Go," Alan Wilkis sought to create a fully-immersive experience that somehow captured the euphoric sentiment of the song. A solution serendipitously appeared through an introduction to David Sosnow, the video's co-director. Sosnow, an expert in 360-degree video technology, is the co-founder of Kogeto (www.kogeto.com) and had just developed a new 360-degree iPhone camera lens called the DOT.

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Alan Wilkis is a music producer, remixer, and one of Brooklyns best kept secrets according to AOL Spinner. He has crafted official remixes for Yelle, The Who, Yeasayer, rjd2, The Temper Trap, Phantogram, The Very Best, and countless others. With each remix, Alan reimagines each song as if he were its original producer, stripping the source material down to its basic vocal tracks and meticulously crafting new instrumental parts from scratch. The end result is always truly unique, something that can only be described as an Alan Wilkis Remix.

His latest project, PRINTS, is a multifaceted series of original music, artwork, remixes, and videos being revealed over the course of 2011 2013. For each 'print, Wilkis first writes an instrumental piece and then collaborates with a different vocalist until the 'print takes its shape. ALAN WILKIS is a music producer, remixer, and one of Brooklyns best kept secrets according to AOL Spinner. He has crafted official remixes for Yelle, The Who, Yeasayer, rjd2, The Temper Trap, Phantogram, The Very Best, and countless others. With each remix, Alan reimagines each song as if he were its original producer, stripping the source material down to its basic vocal tracks and meticulously crafting new instrumental parts from scratch. The end result is always truly unique, something that can only be described as an Alan Wilkis Remix.
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