Your Infamous Harp Top 5
With deep roots in jungle, dubstep and IDM, the 'Harp' fuses musical styles like a robotic welder with but one single purpose in life: to WELD. Andy and Sara started welding together over the internet in 2006. Despite the long distance, they fell in love and found solutions to many of the problems young couples experience.
Harp 8va (Orkester Sound Bank / Harp)
This patch just might be the inspiration for our name. Add some distortion and it gets a lot more infamous. Actually, all of the Orkester sounds can add great detail to any sound-scape.
Rave Lead (Reason Factory Sound Bank / Subtractor Patches / MonoSynths)
The harsh sound of the Rave Lead is very balanced and usually needs no further equalization. It hits a variety of pleasant frequencies that a sound engineer strives laboriously to achieve.
LA Riot Bass (Reason Factory Sound Bank / Subtractor Patches / Bass)
Massive and deep. The LA Riot Bass makes us want to run through the streets and steal fashionable shoes from Hollywood boutiques. It goes great with a pair of compressors and some reverb to smooth out the edges. Highly recommended, A+++.
PHAD (Reason Factory Sound Bank / Malstrom Patches / Pads)
The patch of patches. If God used Reason, he would use the PHAD pad to impregnate virgins. We like to keep it angelic and soft, right beneath the surface of the vocals.
Mini Popcorn (Reason Factory Sound Bank / NN-XT Sampler Patches / Synth Lead)
It's not the size that counts. Used correctly, these tiny popcorns will strike fear into the hearts of thine enemy. Or, serve them lightly salted with reverb for a delightful afternoon snack!
Aux 88 Top Five
Aux 88, the Techno Bass duo from Detroit is known for their electronic funky bass lines and drum beats.
Futurecop! Top Five
Futurecop! are a British electro band consisting of Manzur Iqbal and Peter Carrol (both aged 27).
Pooley Reason Top 5
Kristopher Pooley produces bands, writes for Film and TV, and tours with an impressive list of bands and artists.
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