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anyone like or heard of dubstep?

Discussion in 'Android Media' started by lyons238, Jun 10, 2010.

  1. lyons238

    lyons238 Well-Known Member
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    the start to a song im making. my favorite part is at :40 to the end. making it with reason 4 on my macbook and a m audio midi keyboard.

    dubstep is my type of music. most of you will hate it :D

    Zippyshare.com - Lucky Date Dubstep_.mp3

    oh and what does this have to do with the evo? i use it as my ringtone on my evo. there we go now its relevant.
     

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  2. grindstoneslave

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    :thinking:Good GAWD man!!!!!! That shiznit was straight wack yo!!!!! Lol, I don't really speak that way but, Yeah
     
  3. lyons238

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    well if your into dubstep its some good shit. esp the end part. took so much time modulating all of that frequency automation and getting my wobbles smooth. best with big subs for lots of bass.
     
  4. neodorian

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    This is what I hear:

    YouTube - ?????? ?? ?? ????

    crossed with one of those annoying "boom" cars high school kids drive.

    And I'm not even that old :p
     
  5. lyons238

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    Haha its a sub culture thing
     
  6. mikecoulter

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    I love dubstep. An amazing album to look up is fabriclive. I believe its either by, or has the amazing Rusko in it.
     
  7. Exstatica

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    I dabble in dubstep. But my heart will always be in dnb. You spin? I have a Serato setup.
     
  8. Munnarg

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    Never heard of dubstep before but it wasn't bad at all. I'm more of a dancehall reggae kinda guy.
     
  9. lyons238

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    yeah iv had that album for years. its Caspa & Rusko. I have thousands of dubstep songs.
    i dont really spin but i do play some live shit for my friends using my m audio axiom 25 midi keyboard, i just map all the keys and control certain things from it hooked up to my macbook running reason 4.0.

    i have is a nice macbook 2.26ghz, 4gb of ram, 7200 rpm 500gb hd.

    and ya i like dnb too :)

    yah i like reggae as well. theres actually some dubstep influences from dubstep, they have that reggae beat.
     
  10. dyh

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    LOL, the comparison to that dog video is hilarious!
     
  11. Zardos

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    Oh man, why did I LOL? :D
     
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    DNB! get on it!
     
  14. kibble

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    DnB junkie here, but I can appreciate dubstep as well. I just wish my subs hadn't gotten stolen from my car. :(
     
  15. lyons238

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    Ya I love dubstep. I Luke dnb as well but dubstep has so much more variety and creativity imo.

    Sent using Tapatalk on my HTC EVO
     
  16. lyons238

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    Anyone like the start of my tune though?

    Sent using Tapatalk on my HTC EVO
     
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    Dubstep rocks IMO Totally. They are really into that stuff in the UK. The USA... not so much. Get a Soundcloud account post your stuff up there. Look me up there. djstatix
     
  18. lyons238

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    yup it was originated in London in 1999. its roots are from dnb and uk garage and grime. the drums especially are from uk garage and grime. that 2 step syncopated 140bpm rhythm that dubstep and garage n grime share...cant beat it.
     
  19. djkleric

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    Oh yeah subscribed to your youtube. will be getting reason 5 when it is released.
     
  20. HTCRALEIGHFAN

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    adam f is amazing!
     
  21. ChrisPlague

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    not a fan of dubstep

    now hardstyle on the other hand.... :)
     
  22. bullshark

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    I'm a dubstep fan..
     
  23. NorthVandea

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    OK, where did this "music" called dubstep come from? And how long has it been around?:thinking: My cousin recently became a dubstep convert and started playing it a lot. I just have one serious question: what is it about this "music" that appeals to people? I would call it nothing more then a beat to a song that isn't done yet. I know this has been said before, but I find it very boring, a lot of it having no lyrics or barely discernible lyrics.

    Can someone please bullet point a few things that make this appealing for them to listen to?:thinking:

    Edit: Whoops, I see the where and when has already been answered; when did it move to the USA?
     
  24. I'm convinced it is a type of music that no one actually likes, they just like to say they like it.
     
  25. richmond2000

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    the BBC did a "dubstep take over" of there friday night dance party some time around feb you might find parts of it on the NET
    and for you NON believers it sounds BETTER in a BIG club
     

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