Producing Good Dubstep

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    n0mad23 : Mon 21st Mar 2011 : 11 years ago

    Good stuff here.

    I'm posting the link to this thread in the Logbook to make it easier to find later.

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    Zelab : Tue 26th Apr 2011 : 11 years ago

    Awsome thread man, very helpfull exactly what i was looking for!


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    shopeee : Sun 5th Jun 2011 : 11 years ago

    One word ableton live!

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    shopeee : Sun 5th Jun 2011 : 11 years ago

    one work ableton live fuckers!

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    Skhul : Sun 5th Jun 2011 : 11 years ago

    please dont start a DAW war, i will beat you with the power of easy creation with my fl studio case.

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    alividlife : Sun 5th Jun 2011 : 11 years ago

    DAW wars are for noobs.

    Chud37, jahknow and celestial rock.

    Good stuff here, can't believe I missed this one.

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    Unknown User : Wed 8th Feb 2012 : 10 years ago

    I don't know. I feel like Dubstep is one of the EASIEST genres to write and produce. It's all about the tempo, the beat, and the feel. Whatever sounds you throw in the mix is up to you. Put your own spin on it. Just remember, keep the tempo around 140 with a halftime feel and you good. Basically half time Tech Step. Throw some swinged out arpeggiatiors in the mix to break the half time feel. Don't hard quantize your drums especially the hi hats and percussion elements. There is no special formula or mystique about this genre unless you want there to be.

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