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Post by threnody » Wed Oct 04, 2006 8:14 pm

big news! Happy birthday...

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Post by selector.dub.u » Wed Oct 04, 2006 8:56 pm

Superisk wrote:I hope we get cake
That would be the forum mix!

Yeah man! happy b-day I cannot believe it has been almost a year!

I remember before the forum there was the blog which was THE place to cop the latest mixes and learn about the music(along with gutterbreakz, blackdown's blog,riddim.ca etc...) .
Then came the forum which filled the gap that was left by dubplate.net's absence.

Now it is just amazing to me how much this thing has grown in the past year. Big up and thanks to all those responsible!

Cheers to another year!
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Post by emcee child » Wed Oct 04, 2006 8:59 pm

boomnoise wrote:It's a year on Friday. This is just to get everyone ready. At GMT 12:00 on Friday please join us in a chorus of Happy Birthday. World vibes birthday vibes! ;)
if that's 12:00 noon gmt then that's 4am PST.. I'll just be finishing up for LTJ Bukem.. u know it's gonna get sung on mic.. wether they like it or not! :!: :lol:
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Post by moderator » Wed Oct 04, 2006 10:01 pm

We've got a few more tasty surprises to give to you all on Friday morning.
Big up all worldwide vibes. Hold tight.

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Post by dynamixuk » Thu Oct 05, 2006 2:36 am

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Post by deamonds » Thu Oct 05, 2006 7:52 am

big ups, here reppin 2 the t

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Post by nozl » Thu Oct 05, 2006 5:21 pm

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Post by rob_booth » Thu Oct 05, 2006 7:48 pm

such a great idea ... I cant wait for this ... thank you dubstep.forums and all that have contributed.


cant wait !!! its been a great year for dubstep :thumbsup:



:FOR ANYONE INTERESTED IN MP3 CREATION:



Best quality for mp3 creation for anyone who maybe interested ... go to - Hydrogenaudio


MP3 creation with the LAME encoder


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To save yourself reading everything, just know that with the following applications you can make the best mp3 possible for free:


--> 3.97 beta 2 is the LAME version you need > download the LAME 3.97 beta 2 bundle from this page**

--> Use the '-V 2 --vbr-new' switch

--> The BEST way to rip CDs to mp3 is with EAC. The following three EAC guides are very good:
------> Guide 1 - The Coaster Factory
------> Guide 2 - Essential Ripping Guide
------> Guide 3 - Teqnilogik

--> The easiest way to convert WAVs is with: ALL2LAME or LameDropXPd v2


Audiophile geeks have tested these applications for months, so you know it's going to be the best advice.


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Hydrogenaudio* have officially announced a successor to their previoulsy recommended LAME mp3 encoder version 3.90.3.

The recommended version is now 3.97 beta 2.

See this post for details on the 3.97 beta Hydrogenaudio recommendation.
See this post for the Hydrogenaudio recommended LAME settings.
See this post for a high level overview of the LAME versions.


* Hydrogenaudio are widely regarded as THE digital audiophile site on the web. Most of the audio codec developers are members of the forum, and the information detailed there in stickies & posts, IMO, is the best available anywhere on the internet.

** for converting mp2 files to mp3, you'll need to use the lame3.97b2exe-fixed.zip compile, as it correctly accepts mp2 input for decoding.

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Post by TRG » Thu Oct 05, 2006 8:30 pm

Tomorrow's the day!
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Post by boomnoise » Thu Oct 05, 2006 8:56 pm

surgeon wrote::FOR ANYONE INTERESTED IN MP3 CREATION:
a little bit unnecessary on this thread surgeon. technically dazzling and no doubt great advice but perhaps best suited to the producer forum or off topic maybe. :)

still, dubstepforum has been not without its highs a lows but nevertheless a great community which will hopefully go from strength to strength, year on year.

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Post by municiple » Thu Oct 05, 2006 9:46 pm

Been a great year, thanks for everything. Maybe someday I will actually meet some of you folks in the real world. Until then, virtual group hug.

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Post by rob_booth » Thu Oct 05, 2006 9:55 pm

yeah thats a valid point looking back at my post ... ill be happy to delete it and post it elsewhere if you want ... does look out of context.

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Post by truant_blue » Fri Oct 06, 2006 2:31 am

Happy Birthday dubstepforum.com

I make no exaggerations when I say that dubstep has changed my life (well, Mary Anne said it would) and this site has been an integral part of that. I now spend more time on this darned thing than playing my beloved Pro Evo, I've traded square eyes for square eyes hehe

Peace love and all that, keep up the gd work!
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Post by r33lc4sh » Fri Oct 06, 2006 6:13 am

finally the mix :P

and happy b-day dubstepforum :!: :!: :!:
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Post by seckle » Fri Oct 06, 2006 6:21 am

it's been one crazy ride this year. there's so many people that've helped and contributed to the vibe of this forum, that it would be a bit silly listing all their names. i'll just list the key people without whom this place would've never come about.

all at Rinse FM & Dubplate.net. True pioneers of all of this. Without the dubplate.net forum, we wouldn't be here celebrating anything. It started there! Big up all at ammunition; Sarah, Neil & Envoy.

Dubway, for being the man with the vision and the chequebook to keep the lights on and make this all happen month after month after month. People don't realize how much the bandwidth of a forum like ours costs.
Out to you my friend!

THC, Doomstep, Boomnoise and of course Deapoh for holding up the planet, recording and documenting. You guys are spreading the virus as purely as it can be spread.
Out to all the dj's, radio stations, producers, mc's, labels, distro houses, mastering houses, promoters, agents and online stores. It's big!

Enough with the words. back to the beats. postivity crew, hold tight.

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Post by pompende » Fri Oct 06, 2006 6:46 am

great good damn!
you lot are the swellest sons of bitches on the planet.
i wouldnt know how to dance without dubstep and i wouldnt know dubstep without this forum. out to the consillium members, seckle and dubway esp for keeping this thing moving.
my lord im pissed so im going to cut it short.
something about authenticity and community...
think i should claim this as a religious holiday next year.

peace!

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Post by 7 below » Fri Oct 06, 2006 7:57 am

YESSSSSSSSS!

Has anyone got the tracklist, I can't find it!

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Post by seckle » Fri Oct 06, 2006 8:08 am

7 below wrote:YESSSSSSSSS!

Has anyone got the tracklist, I can't find it!
tracklist next week. we want people to just listen first.

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Post by 7 below » Fri Oct 06, 2006 8:11 am

seckle wrote:
7 below wrote:YESSSSSSSSS!

Has anyone got the tracklist, I can't find it!
tracklist next week. we want people to just listen first.
cool, no danger of not listening! :D

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