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Re: Man make something new

Post by Today » Mon Feb 13, 2012 11:08 pm

ez fellas :w:

dungeon is boring
make something new :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil:
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Re: Man make something new

Post by eyeatus » Mon Feb 13, 2012 11:15 pm

there is always new stuff, you just need to know where to look for it. a lot of the more creative people are underground at the moment, perfecting their crafts. they don't worry about promoting their songs or even uploading the songs onto the internet. these people love making music, not giving a shit if there is a single person to give them recognition for it.

i wonder what would happen if a big name producer and an underground producer did a collaboration. how would their styles mix? i think it will all come together with time and evolve into things unimaginable.
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Re: Man make something new

Post by 3za » Mon Feb 13, 2012 11:34 pm

Today wrote:pretty sure this doesn't belong here, but i've kept it to myself for too long
i'm not afraid to say, this "dungeon" sound has got to be the most SAMEY load of fucking same-shit tunes i've ever encountered

now to be fair, i think its a sick sound. for about five minutes.
But for fucks sake, boys.... i cannot handle a set of that shit
It's like one endless dungeon tune. mix it up!!!!
I agree, I think its worst than brostep, in the fact that they all seem to be trying to hold onto them golden years of dubstep, and them days are over time to look forward. At least brostep was something new for abit.

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Re: Man make something new

Post by daft cunt » Tue Feb 14, 2012 12:04 am

Today wrote:why aren't there more varied 140 sets, i ask (for the 10000th time)
eyeatus wrote:there is always new stuff, you just need to know where to look for it.
Electronic explorations is the place if varied 140 sets is what you're looking for.

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Re: Man make something new

Post by cmgoodman1226 » Tue Feb 14, 2012 7:18 am

EVERYTHING is a bite off something else to some extent. Get over it and focus on making music that you like. And if other people like it too, all the more better.
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Re: Man make something new

Post by daeMTHAFKNkim » Tue Feb 14, 2012 7:23 am

Anne Droid wrote:I dont get why people are so butt-hurt with bro stuff

its like people get personally offended that it exists and think that dubstep is doomed etc etc

there should be different genres. the dark shit is IMO more monotonus and repetitive and uniform than bro is anyway. complain about stuff sounding the same and then listen to 20 "deep dark cuts" that are 7 minutes of distant subs and repetitive drums... cmon... a lot of it is VERY similar and unimaginatgive, its no wonder people like the melt my face dubstep

there is good and bad in dubstep of all its subgenres

I can go from listening to J kenzo to Dodge and Fuski or something even more ridic even... gasp... skrillex
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Re: Man make something new

Post by Lucifa » Tue Feb 14, 2012 12:16 pm

Only trend that I fucking hate is those 'perfectly' pitched up snares to hit at 200hz. They sound so plastic, cannot stand them.

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Re: Man make something new

Post by ogunslinger » Tue Feb 14, 2012 7:32 pm

stop watching youtube tutorials on how to make basses and maybe you will make someting different?

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Re: Man make something new

Post by hudson » Tue Feb 14, 2012 7:42 pm

Lucifa wrote:Only trend that I fucking hate is those 'perfectly' pitched up snares to hit at 200hz. They sound so plastic, cannot stand them.
This.
I hate skrillex-style snares and I refuse to listen to a song with one.

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Re: Man make something new

Post by NomNomNess » Tue Feb 14, 2012 7:47 pm

God, screw all this DURRR LET'S CREATE YET ANOTHER GENRE. Every artist has their own style, just leave it at dubstep otherwise there'd be a genre for every single artist. It's just bullshit.

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Re: Man make something new

Post by hudson » Tue Feb 14, 2012 7:52 pm

NomNomNess wrote:God, screw all this DURRR LET'S CREATE YET ANOTHER GENRE. Every artist has their own style, just leave it at dubstep otherwise there'd be a genre for every single artist. It's just bullshit.
But without those people we wouldn't have the groundbreaking new sound of srebme Breaks :a:

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Re: Man make something new

Post by Perej » Tue Feb 14, 2012 9:09 pm

What are you lot listening to though?

Wobbly dubstep gets old pretty quickly. I liked Rusko, Skream & Benga when I was 17, but now I can't listen to any of that type of sound for example.

Expand your tastes, go on boomkat.com and have a look round, you will find so much good stuff. Ever tried techno? Garage? House? How much are you actually listening to new artists? XLR8R.com is a great resource for new tunes, as well as subscribing to people on YouTube who are constantly upping the latest tracks from major labels.

It does make me wonder what people here actually listen to..........

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Re: Man make something new

Post by Today » Tue Feb 14, 2012 9:13 pm

im 24 and i love me a good wobbler
its all i produce, also

i just hate face-melting squeals n screeches that have nothing to do with one another, juxtaposed and wedged in between two earth-shattering beats per bar, even if they're all layered with sub. shit's wack.
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Re: Man make something new

Post by cmgoodman1226 » Wed Feb 15, 2012 2:47 am

Lucifa wrote:Only trend that I fucking hate is those 'perfectly' pitched up snares to hit at 200hz. They sound so plastic, cannot stand them.
I completely understand why people hate them so much, but im still a sucker for them.
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Re: Man make something new

Post by Ghost of Muttley » Wed Feb 15, 2012 3:09 am

There's only two waves right now. Skream and shit like that, and Excision Datsik Flux Skrillex and shit like that.

Brilliant.
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- Distant subs is funny for two reasons
- white noise layers in snares are much more annoying that 200hz boosts

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Re: Man make something new

Post by zeta » Wed Feb 15, 2012 6:30 am

I know it's only my opinion, but for me Skream is always pushing boundaries in dubstep. Sure people can rave on about Skrillex and whatever and it seems like he has made quite an impact on dubstep today, but when Skream released his 'Outside the Box' album I was really floored not only by how well it was produced but how musically consistent it was.

He took the roots of old-school dubstep and garage and breaks and used them in completely different ways - 'Where you Should Be' for example is so radically different, melodically and structure-wise from other dubstep yet it is such a distinctively dubstep and 140bpm song.

His stuff with Magnetic Man I've always found absolutely amazing as well, 'Perfect Stranger' for instance is such a great song and poppy but it's a fucking banger as well.

I think it just goes to show that you don't need to necessarily have the production chops of say Skrillex or Datsik to push boundaries. You can make new songs in terms of musical ideas and structures.

Obviously just my opinion though :D

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Re: Man make something new

Post by RandoRando » Wed Feb 15, 2012 10:21 am

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Re: Man make something new

Post by Sexual_Chocolate » Wed Feb 15, 2012 10:25 am

zeta wrote: I think it just goes to show that you don't need to necessarily have the production chops of say Skrillex or Datsik to push boundaries. You can make new songs in terms of musical ideas and structures.
wut?

i dont even....
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Re: Man make something new

Post by hutyluty » Wed Feb 15, 2012 10:38 am

Nevalo wrote:
zeta wrote: I think it just goes to show that you don't need to necessarily have the production chops of say Skrillex or Datsik to push boundaries. You can make new songs in terms of musical ideas and structures.
wut?

i dont even....
lol, some of the things the production forum comes out with are priceless- i've stopped haing a go nowadays and just shake my head sadly at the screen.
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Re: Man make something new

Post by zeta » Wed Feb 15, 2012 10:47 pm

hutyluty wrote:
Nevalo wrote:
zeta wrote: I think it just goes to show that you don't need to necessarily have the production chops of say Skrillex or Datsik to push boundaries. You can make new songs in terms of musical ideas and structures.
wut?

i dont even....
lol, some of the things the production forum comes out with are priceless- i've stopped haing a go nowadays and just shake my head sadly at the screen.
I'm just going on record as saying I don't get what's so confusing or silly about my post... unless this is another jab at conventional brostep or at me mentioning Skrillex and Datsik as examples.

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