A Reason for Logic | Only for Speakers (Feat. Todd Urban)

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Only for Speakers (Feat. Todd Urban)

by A Reason for Logic

Pulling from jazz, odd meters, live performances, homemade loops, and other technology, this collection of recordings features the work of Todd Urban under his studio moniker "A Reason for Logic".
Genre: Electronic: Drum 'n Bass/Jungle
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Oregon Organ (feat. Todd Urban)
5:33 $0.99
2. Reece With a Spoon (feat. Todd Urban)
3:50 $0.99
3. Your Oh House (feat. Todd Urban)
5:09 $0.99
4. Dub, The President. (feat. Todd Urban)
1:44 $0.99
5. Ayúdame (feat. ¡Cuidado Man! & Todd Urban)
3:34 $0.99
6. Sliver Bells (feat. Todd Urban)
3:31 $0.99
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Album Notes
A Reason for Logic incorporates live performances, live altered samples, spliced improvisation, and new synthesis techniques in order to push the boundaries of music and the mind forward. Only For Speakers is the debut album of A Reason for Logic. Based on an inside joke about how a PC should only be purchased with speakers since "the future costs more", the title also resonates that while this music is cerebral, it is only intended for your speakers. It is not edible.

Todd Urban is a musician living in the NYC metropolitan area. When not performing at night, he runs Urban Sound Studio, which brings in everything from solo artists looking for backing tracks to full ensembles and bands.



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M. Randolph

Amazing as expected!
I used to take online music productions from Todd in Logic and Komplete instruments. For every question I asked, he had about 10 different approaches as to how to go about achieving a certain sound. This album is great. I can actually hear some of the techniques he teaches in Comp Tracks and synthesis. Of course, it is also always cool to hear what he does with harmony. He never let me stick on one chord. HA! He was always having me explore these crazy harmonies for my hip-hop and dance tracks.


Sick mix of Acid Jazz, House, and Jungle in a live format
Each of the 6 tracks are totally different. The beats are easy to cut and remix. Really nice blends of live instrumentation and electronic production. Doesn't really fit into one genre, but a great mix to pull for downtempo sets, stem creation, or to just lead into a set with standard tempos.