ok but lets say I want to know what scales are used
get a book, take a class, youtube, search google, ask a person who plays a real instrument like piano/guitar/clarinet etc, trial & error (fuck around on a keyboard), find a riff you really like learn to replicate it then alter it (rinse repeat), listen to loads of jungle (that's what ur making right?), ude your imagination, if all of that fails you suck - stop trying
If you're a newbie to music theory I'd suggest to keep with either C major or A minor. They are the easiest, since they utilize the white keys. You can transpose afterwards if need be.
Again, there are no set scales used in dnb, jungle or not. In fact, some dnb doesn't even use distinguishable notes, let alone scales...
Just start with a chord that sounds good and go from there, just see how it sounds the best.
Cheers guys for all the replies.
if you wanna make a standard jungle pad try re-sampling the chord and playingit up and down the keyboard. thats how the pad in this tune was made, have a listen:
This seems to be a bit kiddish, but if you need a few basics, try out this site: http://www.musictheory.net/
There are tons of basic music theory books. If you want to do that advanced try out some jazz books.
Probably someone wants to produce jazzy DnB