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This is a discussion on Dubstep!! within the Trends Forum forums, part of the Topics of Interest category; Originally Posted by Kevinaswell Never stop making :O That's like giving up on cooking and only buying boxed food. I ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevinaswell View Post
    Never stop making :O That's like giving up on cooking and only buying boxed food. I don't really know how it's like that at all specifically, but that's what it feels like.
    LOL I totally get that analogy.... "pre-made" music (basically music created by another person) is like the boxed food... which is good, but shouldn't be all you have (do).
    Last edited by possiBri; 10-19-2011 at 08:33 PM. Reason: stupid typo: should became shouldn't
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    I just started to get into Dubstep last year and I guess because of that I am still lacking a firm grasp on what it is. I have an image or sound in mind but the more I listen to the genre the more "sub-genres" of dubstep I find. The song that really started my obsession is Skream's Midnight Request Line


    Since Skream, I started to think of dubstep as needing some distinct criteria like wobble bass, midsection, bass drop, etc... I am a big fan of Skrillex now as well and his use of vowel base. I know it doesn't need to include all this to be dubstep, but I guess I am the type of person who needs my music to have a certain structure. Sometimes I see a song on youtube that it says is dubstep but to me it just sounds like drum n bass.

    As @jessmk7 mentioned this is First of the Year by Skrillex


    I still love the "Dubstep Tutorial" from UKF


    So what is with the hate on Rusko? I read a lot of shit from the old dubstep crowd who claim dubstep has become horrible due to it becoming mainstream. Purists can suck my nuts though. Purists are just conservatives who can't adjust to change. Some I think are referring to the new crop of music as brostep i believe. I get the feeling a bunch of the old school people don't like Skrillex either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TreeBob View Post
    I just started to get into Dubstep last year and I guess because of that I am still lacking a firm grasp on what it is. I have an image or sound in mind but the more I listen to the genre the more "sub-genres" of dubstep I find. The song that really started my obsession is Skream's Midnight Request Line


    Since Skream, I started to think of dubstep as needing some distinct criteria like wobble bass, midsection, bass drop, etc... I am a big fan of Skrillex now as well and his use of vowel base. I know it doesn't need to include all this to be dubstep, but I guess I am the type of person who needs my music to have a certain structure. Sometimes I see a song on youtube that it says is dubstep but to me it just sounds like drum n bass.

    As @jessmk7 mentioned this is First of the Year by Skrillex


    I still love the "Dubstep Tutorial" from UKF


    So what is with the hate on Rusko? I read a lot of shit from the old dubstep crowd who claim dubstep has become horrible due to it becoming mainstream. Purists can suck my nuts though. Purists are just conservatives who can't adjust to change. Some I think are referring to the new crop of music as brostep i believe. I get the feeling a bunch of the old school people don't like Skrillex either.
    I agree, and it's like a lot of people loved him when he first came out, then as soon as more people began to like it, they got on high horses and decided they no longer like him. That's how I was in middle school... Not liking something purely for the fact that others liked it and it was no longer different, so I'd rebel against general consensus. It's like conforming to not conforming- which is still conforming!

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    Yeah, I will like what I damn well want!

    SKRILLEX RULEZ!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TreeBob View Post
    So what is with the hate on Rusko? I read a lot of shit from the old dubstep crowd who claim dubstep has become horrible due to it becoming mainstream. Purists can suck my nuts though. Purists are just conservatives who can't adjust to change. Some I think are referring to the new crop of music as brostep i believe. I get the feeling a bunch of the old school people don't like Skrillex either.
    People are just dumb. Rusko is ok (not my favorite but not bad either) and Skrillex is great, if you ask me.

    Some people just don't like what they consider to be "Brostep" which is effectively superficial emulation just because the style is getting popular. I don't like that either, but saying what Brostep actually is is subjective and to the individual's tastes. So I won't hate on anyone specifically unless they are clearly just fronting (which doesn't seem to happen that often, really)
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    @TreeBob How can this not be good? Who gives a fuck if it is 'pure' or not?

    Know what I'm saying?
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    YAY! possiBri- you have the same taste that I do, awesome :)

    On that first vid, I actually moved my phone because I thought it was interfering with the speaker and causing it to make that sound haha
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    Love the odd/creepy warble in this one.













    Dubkips!

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  10. #29

    @Big bad wolf the barely intelligible chaos is addicting, isn't it?
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    Canadian Dubstep
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