Associate Digital Editor / DJ/ Visionary
Chip Eberhart is an experienced broadcast, film and digital editor. Chip first met Phil Lee when they worked together at Avenue Edit. Chip has worked on several award winning short films, many commercials, music videos, and tons of digital media projects, and has consulted with Apple computer on their editing software. Chip has also been retained as a technical editor for various books on editing and DVD authoring. See his other persona below.
Chip E. aka The Architect of House Music, created the first House Music record, “Jack Trax” in 1985. His legacy was cemented when he appeared in the 2018 film, “What We Started”, featuring Carl Cox, Joseph Capriati, Tiesto, Martin Garrix and others. It was in this film that the world’s leading DJs came to agreement that the first Techno/House record was Chip E’s “Time to Jack”, and that song along with other on his groundbreaking EP, created the blueprint for electronic dance music as we know it today. When Chip isn’t in the edit suite, he can be found on some of the biggest stages in the world including Ultra Music Festival where he shares the Resistance stage with Carl Cox and others. Chip also continues to create banging dance music with Carl Cox, SLAM, Gettoblaster, Vanilla Ace, Paul Johnson, Bad Boy Bill, and many others.