Geddy's Top Five

 

Armageddon / Geddy

Biography

One of Geddy’s biggest accomplishments to date is Fat Joe's 2001 platinum album Jealous Ones Still Envy, which he Executive Produced. He is also credited with co-writing tracks featured in hit films such as, Fast and Furious and Rush Hour. Geddy is currently working to release his long awaited solo album "The Journal", via his digital music brand, GeddyMusic.Com

Spring (Reason Factory Sound Bank / Subtractor Patches / Polysynths)

This has that classic 70’s big synth sound that I love. Warm and dramatic.

Theatrical Choir (Reason Factory Sound Bank / Thor Patches / Voice and Choir)

This joint gives me a pretty realistic sounding choir that I usually blend into a track to make it sound like part of a record sample.

FullerStrings (Reason Factory Sound Bank / Subtractor Patches / Pads)

Thick, warm and pulsating (No homo lol) 80’s style synth pad. Nice for widening a tracks space.

Organ B3 (Reason Factory Sound Bank / All Instrument Patches / Organ)

Classic organ that gives me that retro 60’s sound.

Cliffhanger (Reason Factory Sound Bank / Malstrom Patches / PolySynths)

When tweaked right it gives That Enter The Dragon 70’s sound.

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