Posted July 10, 2015, 3:34 p.m.
Use your voice on Propellerhead this week!
The Sing to this-feed has been updated with new backing tracks from the Propellerhead community, just waiting for the perfect vocal hook. Add your voice with Take or Reason and join the music making!
Want a chance to have your song featured in the Sing to this-feed? Simply add (Sing to this) to your song title!
There are plenty of talented singers and rappers making music on Propellerhead. We've compiled some of our favorite vocalists in this feed, from breezy bossa vocals to high-energy rap. Check it out!
Our favorite spaces
Last week, we asked you to create some space in your music with reverb. After listening to all the creative entries, we've picked our favorites. Check out our selection of lush, reverberated pieces!
Posted May 29, 2015, 12:54 p.m.
This week, we want to hear your rhymes and your flow as we serve up a selection of beats to rap to. NYC based producer/engineer Mike Kuz dropped a beat to Propellerhead. Now let’s hear what you can do with it–open it up in Take or Reason and rap to this!
We asked the beatmakers last week to serve up some fresh beats for your rapper friends and the response was great! We made a feed with some of our favorites, so let’s hear what they sound like with your vocals on top!
Posted March 10, 2015, 8:40 a.m.
Upbeat nu disco or laid back hip hop? For this week's Propellermix, Mattias and Stefan tried out both. Inspired by Nino Brown's vocal harmonies, your friends at Propellerhead locked themselves in the studio for a Propellermix duel! Two people entered, two remixes came out. Take a listen below!
Want to add vocals, an instrument or remix the original yourself? Simply open it in Take or Reason and start making music. We'd love to hear what you come up with so send us a tweet to @PropellerheadSW or share your music on our Facebook page.
Posted Sept. 29, 2014, 2:51 p.m.
UpRock Audio's filled to the brim with talented artists, but they can't all fit in the studio at the same time. To pass time, Devin Wright recorded an acoustic version of his song 'Tidal Waves', scaling down a bombastic pop production to an intimate singer/songwriter piece. If you ever want to treat your fans to something special, sharing is the way to go. Take Creative Vocal Recorder allows you to share little sketches, previews and much more to the world. And it really does sound great. Take a listen to 'Tidal Waves' below:
Posted Sept. 26, 2014, 1:47 p.m.
You might have seen Carlo "M.Born" Nuevo in our Reason videos, and we're sure you'll see more of him. A talented rapper and beatmaker, Carlo's constantly making music! When he quickly needs to capture an idea there's nothing easier than opening up Take and record. Choose a backing beat, lay down a quick verse and get the right feeling. And once back in the studio, Carlo can export the recording via iTunes File Sharing and use it as the basis of the production. Or just share it with the UpRock guys for some quick feedback.
Take a listen to the basic sketch of his track "Alone in the Rain", recorded in Take: