Futurecop! Top Five
Futurecop! have collaborated with a variety of artists from Christian Rich to Yo Majesty, as well as remixing Crystal Castles, Yo Majesty, Black Kids, Vega, Thunderheist and Sam Sparro. The band released their debut EP 'The Unicorn & the Lost City of Alvograth’ with LA based label iHEARTCOMIX and Southern Fried Records. Three new singles and an album are due this year
Analogue Bass (Reason Factory Soundbank / Thor Patches / -Signature Patches / GordonReid (GR))
I use this a lot, when filter 1 frequency is at its highest and the res is at its lowest - gives that really dramatic sci fi / pop / 80s synth-line! Hardcore sound! Its used so often I think this patch should be called futurecop.....!
Muddy Bass (Reason Factory Soundbank / Subtractor Patches / Bass)
I use this with scream. It gives a wicked bass that sounds like a distorted guitar.
Solina Strings (Reason Factory Sound Bank / Subtractor Patches / Pads)
Produces a really lovely and sad synth, especially when the filter is halfway. It makes me cry :( lol
AcBss MW Mute (Reason Factory Sound Bank / Subtractor Patches / Bass)
This bass has got a nice retro / disco feel to it, especially when used with an arp. I use this for get everyone to boogie boogie!
NewYorkCity (Reason Factory Sound Bank / Subtractor Patches / Polysynths)
The NY skyline and this sound goes hand in hand, don't know why but it really does! Gives a nice nostalgic/euphoric feel to the sound. I used this in our first ever song by total accident - class of 1984.
Kirsten Price Top 5
Singer, writer, producer Kirsten Price has been churning out Pop, Rock and Dance/RnB projects ever since most of the tracks from her self produced album "Brixton To Brooklyn" ended up all over US network TV. She has also shared the stage with the likes of Sly Stone, Wyclef Jean and fellow Brit, Natasha Bedingfield.
Josh Head Top Five
Emery is a Post-Hardcore band from Rock Hill, South Carolina currently based in Seattle, Washington.
Dave Robertson's Patches
From his studio base in Portsmouth, Dave Robertson’s sound-waves are felt right across the globe.
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