Matt Squire Top Five
He has a knack for discovering underground bands and helping them refine their sound. Matt works very closely with his bands and is known as a hands-on producer who often makes lyrical and musical suggestions. He has produced or engineered albums for Boys Like Girls, The Used, All Time Low, Panic at the Disco, Automatic Loveletter,The Cab and Forever The Sickest Kids.
Rock Kit RDK (Reason Factory Sound Bank / Redrum Drum Kits / RDK Kits)
I use this kit all the time when I am working on demos for the artists I produce.
Raw_Polysix_Sub (Reason Factory Sound Bank / NN-19 Sampler Patches / Synth Raw Elements)
You can hear this patch in almost every big chorus part that I track.
Rickenbacker N&B DI+A|Sub+A|U47+F|Coles (Reason Electric Bass / Bass Patches / Preset Bass / -Rickenbacker 4001 (Pick))
Along with the Rock Kit RDK, this patch is used on almost every demo song I put together.
WhiteEagleBsT (Reason Factory Sound Bank / NN-XT Patches / Rhythmic)
This patch has a great flow to it and adds just enough movement to a track without being too busy.
Bassic (Reason Factory Sound Bank / Malstrom Patches / Bass)
This is one of my favorites for electro stuff. You can hear this bass sound on "Catastrophe" by Forever The Sickest Kids (Universal Motown).
Bentley Jones Top Five
Bentley Jones signed to EMI earlier this year and is the first ever British artist to have a major label Japanese album.
Bless Beats Top Five
Best known for creating Wiley’s 2008 smash ‘Wearing My Rolex’, which debuted at number 2 in the singles chart, selling over 300,000 copies. Renditions which followed by the likes of Little Boots and Hot Chip for Jo Whiley’s Live Lounge session on Radio 1 took Bless Beats’ work well beyond the ears of the post-grime loving electro pop massive.
Richard Barbieri's Top Five
Barbieri's career started with the group Japan in 1976, and he's since then played in Porcupine Tree, The Bays and more.
Chris Henderson Top 5
Producer/songwriter Christopher “Deep” Henderson is the hit-maker behind stars like Jamie Foxx (Blame it), R. Kelly, Trey Songz and Nelly.
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