Lucky Date Patches
Jordan Atkins-Loria AKA Lucky Date has been producing in Reason for over 5 years. He has remixed VHS or Beta, Greenskeepers, Zedd, Kraymer, and many others. His productions vary from Dirty Electro-House, Progressive House, and Dutch House music. He has DJ'd across the U.S.A and is working on his first international tour. Originally from Berkeley California he now lives in Chicago and is in the process of opening a nightclub. Jordan has also made many video tutorials explaining new and exciting ways to make dance music in Reason 4.0. His future in the music industry should be very promising, with many remixes and originals on the way.
LEAD HardStYlerZ 2 (Vengeance THOR Soundset / LEAD )
This patch is freaking awesome! It’s perfect for Dutch House and B-More! Add some EQ and a little reverb and you got yourself one PHAT lead!
This patch is thick, has great stereo width and just all out dirty! I used this track for the main synth in my next song called Ho’s and Disco’s. Add the Reason “Nastier Bass” effect preset to really beef this one up!
This patch is a great progressive house sound which could also be used for tech house. I use this synth anytime I lay down progressive.
Benny Bass (Custom)
This is one of the first synths I ever made. This sound is classic. It will always sound good no matter how many times you hear it.
Yeah Yeah (Custom)
Another Custom patch of mine.
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