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Born in Asheville NC and raised around musical instruments in a media lab, it seemed only natural for Jaron to pick up composition and engineering in his youth. Jaron's father Jonathan Pearlman (of Alien Music Club, www.myspace.com/alienmusicclub) ran an audio video company and was always a constant source of inspiration for Jaron to learn to play music. His mother played guitar and sang as well, so between their influence and availability of recording mediums there were always new things to learn. This included formal piano and oboe instruction. Eventually Jaron settled on the trap drum set at the age of eleven.
In an effort to continue to broaden his horizons, he also began to learn guitar, piano, and bass guitar on the side.
Years later after many experiments with an 8-track digital Fostex recorder, and a long internship at Echo Mountain Studios in North Carolina, he was accepted into the Art Institute of Atlanta in the Audio Production program. In 2011 he graduated with a BA in Audio Production.
After the creation of four albums under a separate pseudonym, he created a CD called 'Wisdom In your Hands', under the name 'No One Faction'. The idea was to have a musicians collective effort involved in the creation of an album under his direction. 'No One Faction' also released an EP in 2010 called 'Made To Dream' and there are plans for a future release sometime in 2012.
Jaron has worked at Camp Jam Atlanta as an instructor as well as at the Paul Green School Of Music, and offers private music lessons in northern Atlanta. Professional playing/work experience including session work include artists and industry personnel such as The Indigo Girls, The Shadowboxers, Montford Park, Will Mitchell, Hannah Thomas, Erica Ambrose, Manic Silence, Future Self, Boukou Groove, Old North State, The Great Unknowns, Wesley Cook, Echo Mountain Recording, Mount Moriah, Johnny and Shim, Geoff McBride, Mark 'Exit' Goodchild, Dan Hannon, RCAM, Blade Studios, Fifteenth Floor Productions, Emory TV, and the Oglethorpe University Theater Department.