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From his studio base in Portsmouth, Dave Robertson’s sound-waves are felt right across the globe. At the age of 26 he has an already enviable discography that would put many to shame, dating back 6 years and featuring labels such as CR2, Hearing Aid, Love Minus Zero and his own “Reveal Music” that he launched as an outlay for his productions in 2007.
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i used this in a track i engineered for fergie called "blackeye p". its an intense rising siren sound thats quite popular at the moment.
This is the main hook i made for one of my reset robot tracks "continue". its a kind of wobbly weird saw tooth with loads of modulation going on. this track got used on nic fanciullis recent global underground comp!
I made this bass on a remix i did for lucca using the fm pair oscillators on thor which i think are great for bass. there is a slight lfo on the fm amount which adds some texture!
This is the main sound from a track i did with fergie & alan fitzpatrick called "gas mask". its a rising saw tooth with an lfo on the pitch and loads of delay!
This is the sound for the main hook from another of my reset robot tracks "softie". its a strange sound with the second lfo changing the rate of the first lfo! it sounds best when u draw in shorter notes!
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