Singer-songwriter Andrew Foster recorded his latest song ‘Science of You’ with Take Creative Vocal Recorder. A beautiful song from a beautiful place, Andrew filmed himself recording it on the south coast of England. Below you can watch him record it and then hear the complete Take song!
In 2012 Niles Dhar, also known as The Cataracs, stopped by Musicians Institute in Los Angeles for a Propellerhead Producers Conference. Niles gave an incredibly inspiring talk about production, but not the technical details we often get wrapped up in. His talk gets to the heart of the philosophical points of what it means to be a producer, work with people, and how to maximize what you’re good at while knowing when to collaborate. It was too good not to share.
In the summer of 2012 you couldn’t go anywhere in Sweden without hearing the song “Dansa Pausa” by Panetoz. Peaking number one in Sweden and selling 4x platinum, the song was the soundtrack of the summer for many.
The man behind the music is producer Sergio Elgueta, or Memo Crescendo as he’s also known. An avid Reason user, Memo sat down in his home studio to show us how he made “Dansa Pausa” from scratch in Reason.
Hilton “Deuce” Wright II, is a record producer and songwriter from Detroit, MI. Along with his cousin B. Wright, the duo known as WrighTrax created music for some of today’s top urban pop artists including: Big Sean, Mike Posner, Lil Twist, Drake, Rick Ross, and many more. Currently based in LA, Deuce is working on new projects for Lupe Fiasco, Elzhi (Slum Village), Gilbere Forte, and Mike Posner. An avid Reason user, we sat down with Deuce to talk music making.
Suspect and Stenchman, collaborating under the name Suspicious Stench, are two mad-men producers from Dover, UK. After hearing their music, we had to ask about their guttural, growling dubstep sound design. Read on to find out how they do it and download two free Combinator patches!