Do you ever listen to a track and wonder what the secret sauce is that makes it pop? What plugin or instrument a producer used to get unique tweak that stays in your head for days? We’ve pulled together a list of top-charting hits made with sounds from Output. Grab the tools for yourself, and get inspired to use them, below.
Rihanna: “Needed Me”
Sensual vocal textures from EXHALE are the bed under the beat in “Needed Me” for that extra sauce. Not that our girl Riri needs any more.
Maroon 5 feat. Kendrick Lamar: “Don’t Wanna Know”
Two legends come together on one song thanks to producer duo The Arcade. The pop hit notably uses sounds from EXHALE.
Coldplay: “Always in My Head”
Electronic-focused instrumentation featuring REV combines with pensive guitars and Chris Martin’s soothing voice for an impeccable sonic experience.
Filtered keys, bouncing bass, and pitched vocals from EXHALE set the perfect foundation for the 6 God’s smooth delivery.
Justin Timberlake feat. Alicia Keys: “Morning Light”
Producer Rob Knox relies on soulful EXHALE vocal chops to bring a modern touch to this warm, standout track from Timberlake’s latest album.
TOKiMONSTA: “Rose’s Thorn”
Kanye West: “Ultralight Beam”
Ramin Djawadi: Westworld theme
The simple piano, reversed elements from REV, and innovative orchestral techniques found on the Westworld theme takes the listeners on a journey through haunting textures. Watch Djawadi play the theme live on an intimate performance with an upright piano.
Future feat. Young Thug: “Group Home”
Future and Young Thug’s chemistry is unmatched. Heavy bass, EXHALE chops, Thugger’s unexpected melodies, and Future Hendrix’s signature raspy voice makes “Group Home” a certified banger.
Electric Guest: “Oh Devil”
The funky summer anthem blends elements of the 80’s synth-pop scene with modern electronic elements like EXHALE to deliver a catchy Single for their latest album Plural.