Marlon's Top five
Marlon's first album was released on Jellybean recordings entitled “Love is key” and was distributed by Sony records. He also has countless releases on the Jellybean Imprint and the Underground collective recordings label as well as being an in house artist for Strictly Rhythm and Defected Records.
Bassic (Reason Factory Sound Bank / Malstrom Patches / Bass)
If you want a hard hitting dancefloor bass this is the way to go . You can also tweak it with the filters to give it that old school house vibe
AngelChoir (Reason Factory Sound Bank / Malstrom Patches / Pads)
Real dreamy stuff and pretty . I use this for my real deep vocal projects. Works like a charm !
70s SciFi (Reason Factory Sound Bank / Thor Patches / Lead Synths)
Crazy eclectic sounds I use for ethereal type projects.
Cosmo Bass 4 (Reason Factory Sound Bank / Thor Patches / Bass)
I LOVE bass. I used this on one of my records for Underground Collective. Works really well on the dancefloor!
Chronic Lead (Reason Factory Sound Bank / Subtractor Patches / MonoSynths)
Great lead sound, sounds very authentic and analog.
Michael Rasbury Top Five
Michael teaches Sound Design at the University of Virginia. In 2001, he toured with John Cage’s "An Alphabet".
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.
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.
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