dustep or dnb

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  1. the_voice

    the_voice Active Member

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    what u want on mix section

    dnb or dubstep ?
     
  2. Fes Rock

    Fes Rock Nothing..........

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    wrong section...moved to general
     
  3. RocksteadyUK

    RocksteadyUK SkimoBeats

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    dnb... hence the site name..... dnbforum.com......

    put your dubstep mixs in the "UK Undereground" thread bro...
     
  4. mini_molko

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    DnB by far, Dubstep's still in it's early stages, needs a bit of evolution. Don't get me wrong, do love a bit of Dubstep and there's a whole variety of different stuff going on out there, but also a lot of samey stuff, whereas DnB's had a long time to cook and there's a whole host flavours to choose from!

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    Oh, you were just asking what kind of mix we'd prefer... Sorry, thought you were asking which genre we loved more! FAIL.
     
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    I'll go for both!!! :beers:
     
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    ScottyEightSix HUGE EARS > COMEDY CHIN

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  7. sam the dnb man

    sam the dnb man Variation

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    i dunno what this means...but if your asking what do u prefer..id say dnb by miles..i like dubstep but it cant beat dnb
     
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  11. Sammy Dexcell

    Sammy Dexcell Stop editing my profile Smarty!

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    im really feelin dnb that breaks down into dubstep. best of both worlds lol

    But as far as the genre's representatives go, (i.e the ppl makin music for there scene) i dont think the sound is as crisp and clean as dnb.
    I think dnb is evolving massively with producers constantly takin it up a step.
    But sayin that house an electro is by far the cleanest production on the scene. There all rich enough to afford the studio equipment that u normally only get access to if u can pay for it or u got 'connections' anyway ive gone well of topic, ill stop ramblin now lol :weirdo:

    safe
     
  12. downtown139

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    Love dubstep but will never even come close to dnb for me.Went 4ward vs. Rinse Fm@The End the other day after years of goin Ram Records nights there n it just didnt compare. Some dirty tunes played but just didnt have that high speed bad boy vibe u get in dnb, everythin bit too chilled n sedated for my likin...felt fuckin surreal after ravin to dnb in the same room for years. tend to leave dubstep for when im chillin with sum k....may change my opinion after outlook festival this summer tho!