- Publisher: Output & FLARE
- Product: Jukebox Vocals (Arcade Library Content)
- Requirements: Output Arcade Arps Library Content for our Output Arcade V2 release. Import using our “TEAM FLARE Output Arcade Utility Tool V2“
Drop a nickel in the slot. Treat your tracks to vocal stylings from the ’50s and ’60s, when doo-wop and soul met the early days of R&B and rock n’ roll. Let the needle drop on these wholesome leads and three-part harmonies, with all the magic of vintage record crates.
Output is proud to present the latest Line for Arcade: Jukebox Vocals. Take it back to the ‘50s and early ‘60s, when the wholesome vocal styles of doo-wop and soul met the beginnings of R&B and rock ‘n’ roll.
These new vocal Kits are inspired by an extraordinary period of American music history. Heading into the ‘60s, hitmakers in New York (and elsewhere) were honing the “Brill Building sound.” At the top of 1959, Detroit became home to Motown Records: the iconic label that would later go on to give the world Smokey Robinson, Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross, Marvin Gaye, and so many more legends.
These styles first became popular in the mid-20th century, but their influence can be felt everywhere in today’s radio hits and pop arrangements. Tracks like Silk Sonic’s “Leave the Door Open” and Kali Uchis’ “Feel Like a Fool” lean heavily on group vocals and harmony stacking to create a modern pop sound that’s indebted to the past.