Orlando Voorn's Top Picks
Orlando was one of the first Dutch musicians aiming to establish a vital connection between Detroit and Amsterdam, being one of Europe´s most original and innovative producers.
Aliases: Baruka, Basic Bastard, Boy, Complex, Defence, Dope Dog, Fix, Fixomatic, Format, Frequency, Galaxy, Judge, The, Limited Edition (2), Living Room, The, Maniax Traxxx and many others.
Goodlife -MG (Factory Sound Bank / Thor Patches / -Signature / Morgan Geist )
I used this sound on "Yes we Can" Which is going to be released on vinyl on my label Nightvision in the next two weeks.it is currently available on Digital on junodownload.com. Highest chart position from the top 500 was number 2! Ken ishii dropped it as the first tune in Belgium at Cafe D'anvers and the roof went off! One thing that stands out with Reason is the sincerity of the patches. Edit and user friendly and you can produce in any form. Love the edit possibility's on Thor for sure!
All of them! (Factory Sound Bank / Scream 4 Patches)
One very useful device is the Scream 4. It lets you boost your sound up and you can control the grimy level on each sound.
FlangedFun (Factory Sound Bank / Malstrom Patches / Rhythmic)
I use this quite often in Detroitish type productions. I always edit the presets for maximum movement.
String Orch (Factory Sound Bank / ALL Instrument Patches / Strings)
NN-XT is a module I use a lot when it comes to strings and wanting to have that particular classic retro sound. There are some amazing strings to find here. This patch was used in "The Truth" which was released on Finest Blend.
Adam Fielding's Top 5
Adam Fielding took the #1 spot in the 2008 Bassline Battle with his 'Mad Bad Uber Funk'.
Felix Cartal Soundz
Felix Cartal is a producer of electronic dance music, known for his unique and explosive sound. Dim Mak Records released his debut album, “Popular Music,” in 2010.
Jordan Fields Top 5
Jordan Fields has refined a sophisticated, soulful groove that has made him a household name the world over.
Michael Rasbury Top Five
Michael teaches Sound Design at the University of Virginia. In 2001, he toured with John Cage’s "An Alphabet".
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