Platinum-earning producer duo makes their sounds more accessible.
Tons of producers have gotten their start on Apple’s free music creation software GarageBand. Take A Daytrip is no different, as they have come full circle from creating on the software to having their own music tools provided on the platform.
On July 29, Apple announced their collaboration with numerous artists, providing beats, loops and instruments of theirs in packs on GarageBand. Of this group of musicians is David Biral and Denzel Baptiste of Take A Daytrip, who have been building quite a trophy case of hits in recent years.
They soon linked up with Lil Nas X after his “Old Town Road” success, and have made a handful of viral hits with the show-stopping pop rapper. Their first was 5x Platinum “Panini,” then “Rodeo” featuring Cardi B and “Holiday.” Next, they reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name)” and most recently produced “INDUSTRY BABY” featuring Jack Harlow.
In that time they also went No. 1 with Kid Cudi and Travis Scott with their single “THE SCOTTS.” The “Daytrip took it to ten” pair are certified hit-makers, and now they look to help aspiring producers do the same. In Apple’s press release for this announcement, Take A Daytrip spoke on how GarageBand fueled their careers.
“We both got our start using GarageBand, met to form Take A Daytrip, and added Logic Pro to our production tools,” they said. “Our new Producer Pack is a personal collection of signature sounds created from our favorite synths and gear so that we could always have access to them whenever we’re away from our studio. Our goal is always to make technology more accessible for the next generation of producers and artists.”
So, if you’re looking to find your way as a hip-hop producer at no cost to you, check out Take A Daytrip’s “Producer Pack” on Apple’s GarageBand.