#1
Hey guys, just tried out massive for the first time today and this is what I came up with:

Test1
http://soundcloud.com/galactic-pegasus/ni-massive-test

Test 2:
http://soundcloud.com/galactic-pegasus/massive-test-3-the-cole-train

Is it good? I never listen to dubstep, so this is pretty new to me. I am just learning how in case I ever want to use it in a song haha, and its something to do :p

But yeah please give me some advice because I know nothing about dubstep.
Last edited by androidkaita at May 30, 2011,
#2
Pretty sure there's a sub forum for this.

But my advice to you is make the music that sounds good to you. Dont worry about what it's called or what other people call it. If it sounds good to you, do it. Unless, of course, you're trying to please the masses without taking risks with something new. Then just copy what everyone else does in that genre.
#5
Yeah, I think I got one hint of a deep wub throughout the entire sample. The bass is just really lacking in power.
#7
I love making this type of music. It actually sounds pretty legit. Not all dubstep songs delve that hard into the sub-bass region. When people hear stuff from Skrillex, they think the bass has got to be that deep, but generally most dubstep artists don't really program their sound that way. Now the next step for you is to create your own signature wobble. Try adding some effects like distortion or bit reduction.
#9
I like more low end in my dubstep, but other than that it sounded great. Its the cole train baby!
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