seems like theres lots of lols and occasionally too much brostep in the feedback section but thats okay cos we always need a bunch of wastemans to laugh at.
Ever since I was a little boy all I wanted to do was duppy soundboys. Now im doin that
keep an ear peeled for my name. Im not here to blend in with the rest of the shit.
Sarbenfreude wrote:I like taking pleasure in other peoples pain. Ever since I was a little boy all I wanted to do was duppy soundboys. Now im doin that
zoronery frees the realness
BIG UP YOSELF HAN SORO
The only thing I'm new to is posting in this forum. And chewing bubble gum. And I'm all out of bubble gum.
I came by to drop a note about the interview I did with one of the voices from Burial's Rival Dealer EP (see related post, which I intend to get around to shortly). Full disclosure*: I'm pretty vague on dubstep in general. I can name a few names and have a scattered background in some of this (Source Direct, Photek, Shackleford, Skull Disco, the Bug, Techno Animal, Scorn, Sasha Grey**, Robbie Williams, etc.), but these days, as far as dubstep goes, I mainly just really love Burial's music.
Having said that, I realize that there's a whole world of dubstep out there and I'm posting here respectfully with an interest in hearing more of it, while also realizing that what I said up there will probably cause a sizable percentage of you to write me off. Which is only fair; just don't be a dick about it.
I also love chopped and screwed music. I've done a bunch of my own versions and will probably post links to those at some point, too. But I don't want to rush into just posting about myself and my own brilliance here.
What else? I dunno. American, 97% vegan, punk background, music writer, high-school English teacher, dry humor haver. Current favorite label is Italians Do It Better. That ought to do it for now.
Keep a beer poured in my name. I'm not here to blend in with the rest of the shit. I'm here to chew bubblegum and post in this forum. And, as I think I've made clear, I'm all out of bubble gum.
* lite noise
** shite noise
Thought I would join to try and get more involved in the dubstep production scene. Been producing for about 8 years now. Started off doing trance, chillout and psytrance. I used to hate dubstep but I guess I just never heard the right stuff. Can't get enough of it now! Some of my favourite dubstep artists include Seven Lions (not his new stuff though, don't know what happened!), Virtual Riot, Knife Party, Savant, Au5, Dirtyphonics, Kill the Noise. Hopefully i'll be able to give some helpful feedback and learn a few things myself!
True, but, to be fair, I was joking. (I mean, "Skrillex" would have been too obvious.)CreamLord wrote:He also mentioned sasha grey
I've only heard the odd snippet of Sasha Grey's awesomely totally not-hype-driven music and it's clearly A) not dubstep and B) um, not my thing. By which I mean, C) when your day job involves taking large objects up your tradesman's entrance and you still shouldn't quit it? You have now made two poor career choices.
Hi, I'm Draconis. I'm new to music producing in general. I pretty much taught myself since I obviously can't get into college since I'm 14-years old. I am currently using lmms and fl studio 11 and my biggest role models include seven lions(I do agree his new music is weird),eptic(hate the person but IOguru wrote:Hi!
Some of my favourite dubstep artists include Seven Lions (not his new stuff though, don't know what happened!)
Love his music) and skrillex (of course). I'm currently learning all I can about music theory on my own + being in the marching band and I'm currently working on a YouTube series with my friends called the cheeseburger lizard. (I'm an actor and music producer.)
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