I like it

Discussion in 'Production' started by IV4, Aug 5, 2012.

  1. IV4

    IV4 Currently a newt.

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    genre: dubstep


    errrr....wut?
     
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    i like skrillex hes really talented but i only like his music when im at his shows. i cant really listen to him while like chilling at home or in a car or on ipod xD but pretty dope track :)
     
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    skrlx pls!!!!
     
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    americans, americans everywhere...
     
  6. MARKLAR

    MARKLAR International Tracksuit Salesman

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    dont like it
    there are some cool sounds in there but overall id rather put razor blade under my foreskin and fist myself than listen to it

    also the fact he himself thinks it is dubstep is worrying
     
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    I got to give the guy credit on how much I like the drum and bass part. I think he is a great producer but for personal taste I usually find his tracks annoy me. He did a drum and bass track before I thought sucked.
     
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    IV4 Currently a newt.

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    The end of the track drops into annoying dub step tempo switch. And yes the dubstep part is where I think the bass turns to shit.
     
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    nothing like i imagined aint too bad
     
  10. MARKLAR

    MARKLAR International Tracksuit Salesman

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    the end of the tune isnt dubstep tho its the same tempo as the dnb part just half time beat
    if he doesnt understand that its not dubstep he is a tit
     
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    MARKLAR International Tracksuit Salesman

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    but to be honest any of his "dubstep" tunes arent really what id consider dubstep anyway they are just shit mid range noises with a beat
     
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    i think it is dubstep but more of an hybrid type mixed with electro/house. You cant really say its not dubstep... music evolves through time. Example: Rock, heavy metal, punk, indie ect... they all have the same instruments but different style.
     
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    dubstep is 140 bpm with half time beats
    this is at least 170
     
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    And there we go again, the fight between genres. Can't we just like or dislike without getting to this genre thing? Obviously Skrillex is a good producer, pumping out good tracks. Maybe not your taste, but at that point it can still be good production-wise. You don't hear me saying "enter random female soprano singer name" makes shit high pitched vocals, just because I don't like it. I don't have to like something to say it's still good music.

    I do like Skrillex, although I do dislike a couple of tracks from him, like I don't really like the softer version of this track. But still the production on that version is still good.
     
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    ^ this 100%
     
  17. IV4

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    I think that is just it artfx. He IS a good producer, not exactly who I would hoped made the masses jump. But he is the guy who did it. In America electronic music gets no respect. Skillex on the other hand comes out and wins three grammys in no time at all, after inventing his own sound(witch the likes of pendulem copy{Kinfe Party Centipede}), completely humble about it, and is very sucesful.
    Marlok believe it or not I am a bigger fan of your music than Skillex. But it is just taste/opinion. I find more of a raw edge and real emotion in your cheesey music that I do skillex.
    I also want to point out, sense I put this in the producers section. If any one here put out a song this good, here! Would we not all say," it was a well produced track? " There are many more annoying producers than skillex. There many better producers than skillex. The thing I don't get is at what point in time do you become so well established that you suck on creativity alone? Not just skillex but we have all recently seen many of our favorite producers jump the shark. Let them it only makes room for the rest of us. I know what I like, and I stand by what I like. No matter who makes it.