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dubstep is one of the most versatile genres i know of. there are so many different things you can add in, the possibilities are almost endless. i just want to ask what instruments do you find cool to use? for me, i love using Sitars, Harpsichords, Mandolins, celestes and other foreign sounding instruments. love to hear your thoughts.
The good 'ol slide whistle everytime, will get you layin' down those hella beats like nothing you heard. Beat so heavy you could give an old man a heart attack at the county fair but won't get arrested(coz your dad's the mayor).
(for those who don't know what i'm talking about):http://d3gqasl9vmjfd8.cloudfront.net/451636c8-5474-49d8-8aad-0a7270e8c50f.jpg
But if you wanted a less-serious answer it would be the shakuhachi (old japanese flute). I love when people use those in dubstep, so relaxing compared to the fax-machine-murder I hear a lot these days.
fax machine murder, that made my day. I'm going to be buying a Sitar soon, id get a harpsichord but its a little... pricey. about 5000$-18000$. i think a lute would be cool to use as well.
I play the didgeridoo it has natrel bass and you can also make it wobble.Great playing live or using as a sample sorce.
been wanting 2 mix the didgeridoo into a drop!
lovin the big room flute stabs in the Recess track by Skrillx
I can hit you up with a few loops off the didgerdoo Shwak just let me know what tempo you want. But you may need to change the key.
Let me know.
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make it key of c and make it real dirty
Here is a link to download a bit of didgeridoo I did you will need to pick out any parts you like and loop them yourself.
Hope you can do something with it. :)
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