Dubstep heads...

Discussion in 'UK Underground' started by Fazer, Aug 18, 2009.

  1. Fazer

    Fazer wat

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  2. MARKLAR

    MARKLAR International Tracksuit Salesman

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    they sound pretty sick man.
    ur beats are sick.
    but the best bit of advice i can give is do wat u want make sumfin different an all that.
    but if thats fails just do more wobbles an shit!lol
    good tunes tho man stick at it!
     
  3. BDS

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    The Best Dubstep Ive heard come out of this Forum Bruv.




    All you need to do is listen to different genres bro, especially old jungle, rare groove, reggae, dub, even guitar music like punk or the wicked bands that came out of this country in the 90's like skunk anansie etc.

    I would reccomend maxim from the prodigy's solo albums also, just mix it up a bit bruv.


    peace.
     
  4. MARKLAR

    MARKLAR International Tracksuit Salesman

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    after me!lol
     
  5. Fazer

    Fazer wat

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    Nice one, cheers mate. Im playing with loads of different sounds at the minute, just going too try and make aload of different stuff and see how it comes out!


    Thanks for having a listen (y) Yeah im gonna try and incorporate alot of different sounds. I listen to a alot of different music, stuff like Portishead and Lamb, to stuff like Pig Destroyer and Misfits. Im just gonna keep at it and gradually see what comes out in the end. I will definetly check out Maxim's solo stuff, I aint heard that yet, nice one!
     
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    no probs bruv, just dont get thinkin' it has to be all wobble, its a very versatile genre, and seeing as dnb has stopped being innovative it'd be a shame to see this go the same way.

    but i wont get started on that 1 haha
     
  7. ScottyEightSix

    ScottyEightSix HUGE EARS > COMEDY CHIN

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    nice tunes man very gritty
     
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    just as well that post is in here and not the general section lol. could see a big argument starting about that
     
  9. RevTech

    RevTech Butthole=output transduce

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    Truth
     
  10. Fazer

    Fazer wat

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    Thanks for the listens and comments. Well appreciated. Will take all advice onboard. Gonna work on more so I'll post all up and see if I progress. Gonna try a few different styles, play around abit.
     
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    Bloody awesome, mate :) Good stuff.
     
  12. Fazer

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    Cheers fella (y) Got some more on the way, working on some new styles too.
     
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    Nice tracks bro. They'd fit in a mix with my first dubstep tracks :D. Really like the vocal "ahhhhHHHH" in the "Tales..." track. Soundin' good, keep at it (y).
     
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    Dutty dutty tunes. I'm thinking of starting to make my own tunes.. what software you using?

    Tales of suspense is fillllth.
     
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    Pure filth! Liking Tales of suspense alot
     
  16. gregor100

    gregor100 dNb+dUbstep

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    'Had a go at making some dubstep'

    If thats just you having a go fuck knows what itll be like when you actually try o_O

    In the first track it lacked a bit of sub bass but thats about all i can say..
     
  17. Fazer

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    Using Reason, Ive been using it for years but I feel like its only now I understand it properly, well, as properly as I need to know for what I do I guess... Thanks for having a listen.

    Nice one! Cheers for listening, glad you like, more on the way.


    haha cheers man, gonna concentrate on dubstep more, im enjoying making it at the minute so gonna do more and more. Yeah i completely agree with the lack of sub in the first track, I think its because Ive wrote the notes in too high, so the bass isnt audible because its too high, im gonna work on it and bring them down abit. Both them tracks need alot of tweaking, but im working on a new one at the minute, a more upbeat one and I think its the best one yet, will post it up when its done. (y)
     
  18. MattDMA

    MattDMA DnB Idiot

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    dutty choons man...likin it alot... (y)