In 2006, he has worked with his father's orchestra for the first time, mixed and produced Scriabin's
Groove to set six Alexander Scriabin piano pieces opposite their transpositions into the idiom of jazz. This album has been unanimously acclaimed in the press and awarded.
In 2007, Jean-Philippe Audin (VideoCello), Jerome Badini (ElectroSax) and Judith Darmont (VideoKeyboard) have launched MovieSonic, a multimedia band that blends electro-jazz, classical music and video-art. On stage, they mix music, photo and video triggered through their digitally enhanced instruments.
In 2009, Jerome has composed an interactive work of art for bone marrow donation (Agence de la Biomedecine), then created a music design for Ladies First Chronograph (Patek Philippe) and Francilien (new SNCF train).
In 2010, Jerome has been named producer at Radio France and now presents the radio show Les légendes du jazz, on France Musique.