I have been working on a grimey bass track to release for sale (will be 0.79) on this site. I have produced and sold a few house, electro and breakbeat track in the past, but dubstep is my next challenge.
I’ve been watching a ton of dubstep tutorial videos for help with Native Instruments Massive Synthesizer for use in FL Studio (Fruity Loops) and Ableton Live 8.
Here’s what’s inside:
Video 1: Intro & promotion video (2:30)
Video 2: Getting started (2:26)
Video 3: Setting the tone with Oscillators, Amp ADSR & the Modulation oscillator (8:15)
Video 4: Voicing and pitch options (5:55)
Video 5: Signal Routing, Filters, Effects and Noise (8:13)
Video 6: Envelope and LFO modulation (7:04)
Video 7: The Performer (2:55)
Video 8: Modulating the modulator (2:53)
Video 9: Automation (3:39)
Video 10: More modulation uses for animated tone (1:45)
Video 11: Creating the sub bass to go with the mid hi bass (6:11)
Video 12: Technique in practice – example one (5:01)
Video 13: Technique in practice – example two (5:20)
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FL Studio (Fruity Loops Studio) is a powerful and affordable music tool for producers. Whether you’re an amateur, or you’re a professional technician, FL Studio can help users of any experience produce exciting music and remixes. check out this awesome dubstep tutorial which shows you a quick way to get that grimey dubstep sound.
Snares, a kick drum, some claps and shakers and a synth sample lay down the foundation. Some tweaks to the synth sample makes it “filthy”. Add some wobble FX to the synth sample and you get that wobble effect. Pretty much all this loop needs is a bass drop and you’re all set.