Sandro Silva Top 5
It is through Laidback Luke’s coaching and support, that Sandro was able to develop his DJ and producing skills at such a rapid pace. His talent has certainly not gone unnoticed by some of the biggest, most accomplished artists in the scene: His release, ‘Prom Night’ was featured as an Essential Choice on Pete Tong’s BBC radio show. Even the biggest DJ of our time, Tiësto, has personally expressed his recognition and support of Sandro’s talent! Sandro continues to experiment with new sounds and genres – keeping his sound fresh and innovative. He is in the producing flow. Locking himself away daily in the studio has resulted in a number of exciting tracks ready for release in 2010 on labels like New State Records, Fool's Gold Records, Tiger Records, Spinnin’ and many others. A new Dutch star is definitely in the making!
Rocking kick (Pantheon Refill / Thor Patches)
I use this one a LOT! I like it because you can do a lot with this patch
Oceana pt1+2 (Pantheon Refill / Thor Patches)
This one I used in my song called 'Graffiti', because it was ideal for a progressive track.. Very smooth and clear.
I got this patch a while ago from a buddy of mine, he is good with this big trance artist called Airbase.. It's so big and I used it in my song called 'Prom Night'.
FM Toned (XsynthFX)
I use this one for tracks with a raw edge, very useful!
Plucked (Pantheon / Thor Patches)
This one I used in my song 'Hero'.. It's very powerful and has a lot of energy, great patch if u are creating some serious Progressive House with a strong Anthem..
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Bless Beats Top Five
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