Jason's introduction to music began at the age of 9 with classical tuition on violin and piano. This foundation led to further study of popular and contemporary music styles on guitar, drum-set and percussion. Graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in popular music performance from Perth College UHI (Scotland), he went on to study Electronic Production and Design [EPD] at Berklee College of Music where he was accepted with scholarship as a guitar principle.
During his time at Berklee, Lim received the McDSP award for his work within the EPD department and has consistently maintained a place on the Dean's list for his academic achievement.
When in Scotland, Jason can be found sitting in as house drummer, guitarist or fiddle player with bandmates and friends in some of Central Scotland's local pups and clubs. He is a founding member of Boston based band Charlie The Most. Formed by Charlie McCanless in 2012, this 9 piece powerhouse performs regularly in Massachusetts and surrounding states.
Audio production and technology have always been a focus in Jason's musical development since building his first garage recording setup at the age of 14. In 2008 he built a studio in his hometown of Falkirk and produced EP's for a some of the local talent. Recent projects include a 12 song collection by Edinburgh based band The Patches, and the debut album "Love me when I least deserve it…" by Falkirk's own Adam Donaldson.
Through the EPD department at Berklee Jason entered the world of computer science, electronics and physical computing. He studied Csound, Max/MSP and now works with development platforms such as Arduino and the Raspberry Pi. These skills have led to collaborations in multimedia performances, including the first sibling collaboration with his sister Justine Lim, a dancer and artist based in the UK. They created CaSO4·2H2O, which fuses movement, surround sound composition and electronics. It was performed in 2013 in conjunction with the Berklee Interdisciplinary Arts Institute.