Propa [filfthy dubstep]

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  1. kuthoerrr89

    kuthoerrr89 Member

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    Hey guys,

    I made a dubstep song for a change, it's a WIP but i think it got some potential.

    Tell me what you think!



    Cheers!
     
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    not bad mate ! did u not feel to make the sub bass wobble with the top bass? that would be better for me i think!! i would like the drums to be fuller as well personally. good track tho man, the wobble is a heavy1
     
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    Yeahhh fill up that drums, it will sound so much better, and let the subbass wobble.
     
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    Yeah I wasn't too happy about the sub myself because i can't seem to get a decent subbass out of Massive myself. I actually used the 3osc for the sub so I couldn't LFO it the same as the top bass layer. Anyone got some advice for me about that?

    Also, the drums, how do you guys make them sound fuller in the mix?

    Thanks for the reactions!
     
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    Intro is fucking sweet man:D lovin it.. so is the drop:)
    sub on masssive is easy man just use pure sines then u put the freq cut real low:) so low its nearly at the bottom and just boost it
     
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    You should add more hats and other percussion instruments between the kick and snare hits to fill it up.
    Just be creative, add a little synth on top, maybe some strings, whatever!
     
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    No because then it would become another dubstep song. My goal was to keep it minimal but still heavy, hence the minimal drums ;). If i would add another synth it would just be another dubstep song.