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Re: ---------> Huge Guide to Producing Dubstep! <---------

Post by nnny » Mon Dec 19, 2011 12:25 pm

Not DUBTurbo again. Any newbies reading please ignore the last post on the previous page.

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Post by Subtactiks » Wed Dec 21, 2011 4:56 am

Anyone ever make a sound "wobble bass" specifically, in massive, and it wont stop playing unless you hit stop? like, the midi is all messed up. just on the one sound though. if i load another preset ive made it wont do it. its just the one sound. any way to keep this from happening?

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Post by futures_untold » Wed Dec 21, 2011 10:30 am

Subtactiks wrote:Anyone ever make a sound "wobble bass" specifically, in massive, and it wont stop playing unless you hit stop? like, the midi is all messed up. just on the one sound though. if i load another preset ive made it wont do it. its just the one sound. any way to keep this from happening?
Yup, midi message error. Just hit your midi panic button in your DAW or press the same note that is playing again to switch it off. :)

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Post by BASSFACE » Fri Mar 09, 2012 8:00 am

DJAB.Bunch of Smacked up pre made loops n samplesSoundcloudGAT ATTACK

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Post by Electric_Head » Fri Mar 09, 2012 8:05 am

BASSFACE wrote:DJAB.Bunch of Smacked up pre made loops n samplesSoundcloudGAT ATTACK
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Post by IntoTheMistsofAvalon » Sat Apr 14, 2012 2:06 am

I love this site...it's so informative :z:

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Post by paosciante » Thu May 03, 2012 10:07 am

Hihi!

I just arrived to this marvellous forum!

I just wanted to introduce myself as I havent seen a spot for that (as in some other forums)... Also wanted to thank the guys in charge of this Dubstep Bible, I discoverd it like 4 months ago, and I have seen a great improve on my music since then... Im not doing dubstep specificaly, but I do use a lot of its elements (breakbeat 130-140bpm, dub elements, some wobbles here and there, etc), Im more into 2Step, glitchop/glitch in general, Garaje, "futurbass" (or however they call Burial, Four Tet, Apparat, Mount Kimbie, etc)...

Well, nice to be part of this community! Thanks again but such an awsom-E job!
We are so lucky to live in a world with so much music

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Post by BeatsPerPony » Wed May 09, 2012 10:35 am

This is BRILLIANT! THANK YOU!
However one problem the link: http://www.musotalk.de/best-of-youtube/ ... nthesizer/ marked as: 01 - Basic synthesiser controls explained
link is gone, the page can't be found D:
any other websites similar to that link?

Thanks! :w:
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Post by hansvictoriayeeros » Wed Jun 13, 2012 4:41 am

this is...like...the greatest thread...ever...hands down...like what the fuck? this is the most amazing wealth of knowledge!!! thankyou so much guys

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Post by skoomaaa » Wed Jun 13, 2012 1:04 pm

Love this!
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Post by DIGIPLAST » Sat Jul 21, 2012 4:21 pm

Wow. Gotta say very good and indepth tutorial here. I've found some good advices here and many interesting tidbits.
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Post by kale » Sun Mar 17, 2013 3:55 am

my suggestion for new producers without one is to get an audio interface.. that makes a difference.

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Re: ---------> Huge Guide to Producing Dubstep! <---------

Post by beat » Sat Mar 30, 2013 10:39 pm

i really enjoy the reading here, a bid late i see, but still.
as a musician i sure stick to the folks who say - if it sounds good it fits.
as a reader of this forum and this guide, i have a reason to be here....
so, the timing info is of great value to me.
i mean, you choose the rhythm, the sounds and fx carefully too to make it sound ds...
i love from the old days, lkj, sly and robbie (fantastic with ian dury), mount kimbie, soul jazz, dub box, xen and ninjas for some years etc...
i think, knowing where you want to be heard, club or at home/phones is defining the timing question very simple.
thanks again for taking your time and making it easyer for newbies like me, futures_untold.
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Post by Dahneboy » Fri May 24, 2013 1:31 pm

hello i didnt get to introduce myself earlier, my name is dildo and i like dubstep
recently i was at skrillexes concert and i stol his laptop, later i decided to go on the internet on facebook and found out hes a muscician so i opened up microsoft paint becasue alot of famouse people use that to make dubstep, and i found nothing and th then i opened up this porn thing he downloaded called abelton and it had strange alien messeges and then i found out what it really was now im a millionayer and i own /buy all of air to breath as much air as i want. i really have a passion for breathing air and i love the air breathing info on this forum id like to thank my mom and everybody in my life to show me the way to this awesome forum. bless america p.s i dont know whats wrong with me today :u:

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Post by Dahneboy » Fri May 24, 2013 1:32 pm

my nick name is the air bender

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Post by SunkLo » Tue May 28, 2013 3:45 am

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Post by Gryphonyx » Sat Jun 29, 2013 9:43 am

You just sorted out a problem spanning 2 years of my life and just set me up for my summer holiday!!! Thankyou!!!!!
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Post by futures_untold » Sat Jun 29, 2013 9:58 am

Gryphonyx wrote:You just sorted out a problem spanning 2 years of my life and just set me up for my summer holiday!!! Thankyou!!!!!
What was the problem?

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