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This Is How You Make An All Deaf Music Video

VIDEO [CC] - They may not be able to hear, but Deaf people still take great pleasure from music.

The Daily Beast - As Justin Jones entered a Rockaway-bound subway train on Tuesday night, there was an unusually vibrant scene: as a speaker blared the heavy beats to one of summer’s catchiest pop songs, a group of teens and young adults danced, laughed and sang--or rather, signed--their hearts out.

This enthusiastic group wasn’t disrupting the daily commutes of New York residents to raise money. The actors, who were mostly Deaf, were helping a young girl become comfortable with who she was.

A camera panned each of their faces. The director yelled, “Cut!”

Justin was standing on the platform of a once-abandoned station in Downtown Brooklyn that had been converted into the New York Transit Museum in 1976 while simultaneously offering a filming location for Hollywood blockbusters.

On Tuesday, the 1960s-era car served as the set for the Deaf Professional Arts Network’s (D-PAN) as a visit to the set of the Deaf Professional Arts Network’s latest music video shows.

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The cast of Spring Awakening, which is returning to Broadway with the help of Deaf West Theater--who produce their shows in American Sign Language (ASL)-- translated the lyrics of Walk the Moon’s “Different Colors” for viewers who have lost the ability to hear.

“Deaf people feel music. They just don’t get the whole experience,” Joel Martin, the co-founder of D-PAN, told The Daily Beast. “What we are doing is turning it into something that is accessible... Read more:

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