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Doozle
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Re: newcomers -> introduce yourself here

Post by Doozle » Tue Apr 24, 2012 5:16 pm

Spose I should introduce myself.

First experience of dubstep was probably Caspa & Rusko's Fabriclive37, my mate got hold of it. I never massively got into it, but I started digging around more and finding the stuff I do like. I've lurked around for a long while though, but only joined recently.

k3no
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Re: newcomers -> introduce yourself here

Post by k3no » Tue Apr 24, 2012 11:12 pm

Yoooooo whatsss gooddd its k3no... always looking for new dubstep to slam share your stuff and ill share myness

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colinrgodsey
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Re: newcomers -> introduce yourself here

Post by colinrgodsey » Tue Apr 24, 2012 11:50 pm

whatup! amateur producer from chicago here, looking to learn all there is about product dubstep/drumstep/etc..
Yesdog - Of Mycelium and Men (Drumstep original)
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classicaldubstep
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Re: newcomers -> introduce yourself here

Post by classicaldubstep » Wed Apr 25, 2012 1:40 am

Hi, I just got started on this forum (obviously). Anyways my username is "classicaldubstep," and as this name implies, I take classical pieces from composers like Beethoven or Mozart and morph them into some dubstep. I am not a noob; I know my way around the software and such, but some of dubstep enthusiasts might say that my music is more on the side of techno than dubstep. Please give me your feedback on this video, both on how I could make the video be considered better dubstep, and as general my whole idea about classical dubstep. I am very interested in classical music; I play 7 instruments all very well, especially violin. I write and play my own songs using loop pedals and such. I've realized just how good classical music is and just how good dubstep is, but I find they are best put together. If you are interested in some classical dubstep, or are looking for some very good free Vst downloads for any dubstep, please visit my blog at http://classicaldubstep.blogspot.com. Anyways, here is my video, I would really appreciate your honest feedback no matter how explicit it may be...
So I like Avicii, and I wanted to make something similar to his genre. Turned out really well...
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Whoisthis
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Re: newcomers -> introduce yourself here

Post by Whoisthis » Wed Apr 25, 2012 2:33 am

rayman612 wrote:
Sue wrote:hey guys-

glad to be here

I'll start with a question




yes we can all make a strait sub from a sine wave, but what about thickening up some dynamic midrange bass with an "underpinned" sine wave, so that you get the boom that moves with your midrange stuff.

I've tried side chaining my sine-sub to my midrange bass via a gate or a compressor with not great results, too much clicking, etc. Maybe i should just try and run another oscillator off my synth, playing a dropped sine?


(see link for example off the "dynamic midrange basses" i like to work with)



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Use notch filters to run through that section of sound. really low mids.

should get something like this.

http://soundcloud.com/who-is-this/whois ... y-darkness

Groundsman
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Re: newcomers -> introduce yourself here

Post by Groundsman » Wed Apr 25, 2012 5:23 pm

Hello to all from Bray/ Ireland/ Poland ;) ... I just start my adventure a week ago with music and dubstep it self, would like to produce some cool tunes... Curently working on some project with Youtubes trailers, and my samples... Will post result of it when i finished...
thats it for now :P
Thanks...

Brainsmith
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Re: newcomers -> introduce yourself here

Post by Brainsmith » Wed Apr 25, 2012 11:19 pm

classicaldubstep wrote:Hi, I just got started on this forum (obviously). Anyways my username is "classicaldubstep," and as this name implies, I take classical pieces from composers like Beethoven or Mozart and morph them into some dubstep. I am not a noob; I know my way around the software and such, but some of dubstep enthusiasts might say that my music is more on the side of techno than dubstep. Please give me your feedback on this video, both on how I could make the video be considered better dubstep, and as general my whole idea about classical dubstep. I am very interested in classical music; I play 7 instruments all very well, especially violin. I write and play my own songs using loop pedals and such. I've realized just how good classical music is and just how good dubstep is, but I find they are best put together. If you are interested in some classical dubstep, or are looking for some very good free Vst downloads for any dubstep, please visit my blog at http://classicaldubstep.blogspot.com. Anyways, here is my video, I would really appreciate your honest feedback no matter how explicit it may be...

To much sub eq on the kick drum. Well put together and it sounds nice, but it was cracklin with each kick drum....and I have a fair sound system.

ChiefWobbleDubstep
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Re: newcomers -> introduce yourself here

Post by ChiefWobbleDubstep » Thu Apr 26, 2012 11:58 am

yo

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Re: newcomers -> introduce yourself here

Post by 1stfiest » Thu Apr 26, 2012 4:55 pm

Greetings dubstep forum! I've been here a few years, but have never formaly introduced myself. My names Dom! I have been making music for quite a while and DJing for a couple of years. Only in the past year have I started attending a music tech corse at chicester college. I am 20 years old and lived in england my whole life. I gotta say that this music corse is the best thing that's happened to me in terms of making music and I'd recomend it to any of you that feel lost career wise. I mostly only work on dubstep stuff but ocasionaly try and work with house and drum and bass. I have a macbook which I run logic on and use a midi keyboard with it. My headphones are low budget and almost at breaking point, but I'm hopefuly getting some new ones soon because I'm getting a better job soon. I have recently bought a few albums: odb return to the chambers, bassnectar music for the ultra and dj shadows entroducing album. When I'm not making music I like to skate to keep fit and catch up on college corsework like mixing songs I've recorded for rock bands. Also its been 4 months since I smoked weed and 3 months since I had a cigarette. Nothing to interesting going on in my life, but my love of music is always growing and I love to network with other musicians. If anyone wants to contact me I'm most active here or on my soundcloud and I made a twitter recently too. I'm pretty responsive too and believe in what I call back and fourth promotion. That's enough for an intro I think and I lookforward to hearing from some of you. Peace
1stFiest

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GaugeN
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Re: newcomers -> introduce yourself here

Post by GaugeN » Thu Apr 26, 2012 9:06 pm

Newcomer here!

I've been producing since December of 2011 and I am still pretty new to things. I joined this board in hopes of learning a thing or two (or a few hundred things)

Nice to meet everyone here! :)

jacob-alberts
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Re: newcomers -> introduce yourself here

Post by jacob-alberts » Thu Apr 26, 2012 10:34 pm

yo! I'm 17 and I'm digging a lot of dub step, like skrillex and that sort of stuff. nice to be here!

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Maccaveli
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Re: newcomers -> introduce yourself here

Post by Maccaveli » Fri Apr 27, 2012 2:33 am

jacob-alberts wrote:yo! I'm 17 and I'm digging a lot of dub step, like skrillex and that sort of stuff. nice to be here!
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MayaProm
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Re: newcomers -> introduce yourself here

Post by MayaProm » Sat Apr 28, 2012 12:27 am

Hi guys! Nice to meet you~

I always was very interested in dub step but only now I decided to do it~
So I have a question it's asian mainstream (don't look at faces lol) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vfiaNtF9B4 is there a dub step feeling to it? thanks in advance

Welcome me~^^

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Re: newcomers -> introduce yourself here

Post by djeprophet-1325 » Sat Apr 28, 2012 3:17 am

Old Skool Rave Kid - looking for new music! Stuff I'm digging is Beezy, GRiZ, Wiley, H.E.N.C.H., a ton more... dubstep, grime, and DnB tracks are what make my day. :4:

Sam Laxton
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Re: newcomers -> introduce yourself here

Post by Sam Laxton » Sat Apr 28, 2012 5:19 pm

Hey there, my name is Sam Laxton and im a young producer from the UK. I combine upfront styles of Bass with Trance and Liquid influences.

I have a single out on the 28/05 called "Infiltrate" with a B-Side called "Im Number 2" on philosophy recordings' dubstep label.

You can find me on soundcloud, facebook, youtube and twitter.

http://www.youtube.com/SamLaxtonTV

http://soundcloud.com/samlaxton

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Sam-Laxto ... 9195671506

https://twitter.com/#!/SamLaxtonDJ

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Re: newcomers -> introduce yourself here

Post by runjoerun » Sun Apr 29, 2012 1:56 pm

What's good everyone Joe from RunJoerun here, I'm glad to be apart of the forum of great artist/producers/remixers/djs. A lot of in-tro-spective interesting feels on here. Love it! I'm one up for the independent artist, I love the grind. I like to hear the most strangest mind blowing s**t that's never been done before. Also want to work hard and be apart on new trends. I believe there is a place 4 all types of feels and statements by artist. How u relate depends on what u surround yourself with. Hope to meet and create a lot of connects! Peace
Independent Artist fo Life, Let da bass hit hard and be 4ever

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Swisha
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Re: newcomers -> introduce yourself here

Post by Swisha » Sun Apr 29, 2012 3:14 pm

Sup people,
Im 27 from France, video game clip editor on youtube, i enjoy beasty bass drop and melo song (sometimes)
I listen music 95% of the day, even when i sleep, the 5 other % is when I'm too distant from my plugged speakers.
Cyu

DrBlank
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Re: newcomers -> Dr. Blank!!!!!!

Post by DrBlank » Sun Apr 29, 2012 6:30 pm

http://soundcloud.com/drblank
Suppp, check out my stuff at the link above. I use Logic Pro 9.
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FLuXBuRN
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Re: newcomers -> introduce yourself here

Post by FLuXBuRN » Mon Apr 30, 2012 2:20 am

Whats up everyone my dj and producer name is FLuXBuRN !!!! I joined to connect with more dubstep peeps and try to get some feed back on my tracks here's my track the grinder it isn't mastered yet but is getting mastered as we speak http://youtu.be/L0aE4no_jUA let me know what you guys think. if you like it there is a free download link in the description

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Re: newcomers -> introduce yourself here

Post by FLuXBuRN » Mon Apr 30, 2012 4:11 am

whats up im FLuXBuRN check me out on youtube http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNkMRyd ... ture=watch

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