Ru's Top Five

 

Ruwanga Samath

Biography

Ruwanga founded The Bird Call Productions in 2003 at an ambitious age of 18. Since then Ru has completed production for major artists such as Beyonce, Britney Spears and more. In 2007, he worked on high profile remixes, feature movie soundtracks and critically acclaimed documentaries. In 2007 he received an LA Music Award for his work on the SAW 4 movie soundtrack.

Touch Orchestra (Factory Sound Bank / Combinator Folder / Orchestral)

I used it in a song I did for the video game The Agency (Sony Online), which I also got nominated for a Hollywood Music Award. I love the big Timpani Hits.

MR P (Loopmasters Combination Refill / Combinator Patches / Instruments / Keys)

The Pad and the Electric Keyboard sound goes well together and it’s sits well in many of my tracks.

GangsterFunk (1001 Malstrom Refill / Contributed Patches / Chris Mayhew / Lead)

I used this sound so much, I cant even track what songs or cues I’ve used this one for. I almost always change the waveform from Saw to a Sine to get a Dr. Dre Chronic feel to it. This works great for me every time.

Urban Assault (Factory Sound Bank / Combinator Patches / Sound FX)

I used this on “Just Another Day” a song I placed on Saw 4 Soundtrack. I used many FX from this patch in the bridge of the song. These sounds are very realistic and dramatic at the same time.

trancy2 (Digital Love Refill)

I use this on various cues on “Battleground Earth: Ludacris vs. Tommy Lee” on TLC. This classic trancey lead is very common in down south hip-hop tracks. For example Lil’ Jon songs have this exact type of sound featured in them.

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