Grab the dub stems: https://www.beatstars.com/dmkahn/soun… Hey friends! In this video we walk through some of the concepts of dubbing and we go over FX signal paths and routing. I do hope you enjoy and are inspired by this tutorial!
“The Scientist Dub Supersonic Studio Monitors & Amplifier Set” – New Gear Alert
Legendary sound engineer and dub pioneer, Scientist, also known as Hopeton Brown, has designed for multi-instrumentalist and producer Marcel Phillips, and will soon be releasing on the open market, what he calls “The Scientist Dub Supersonic Studio Monitors & Amplifier Set.” Enclosed in this article are photos and a brief promotional video clip showing a fully finished model of this new custom-made gear, by one of the best in business, that will soon be available for purchase.
Scientist explained he has designed these new studio monitors because: “I’m finding the standard studio monitors and amplifier sets do not handle the jackhammer drum and bass—that reggae or any type of bass-driven music such as hip hop demands—without the amplifiers running out of headroom (and start to clip). And then, the standard speakers that’s made from paper, after awhile the paper gets weaker. If you take paper and keep rubbing it up in your hand, after awhile the paper becomes mushy. King Tubby and I [always used] materials along with spray paint to thicken the standard paper cone back in the 70s. As usual, we started these [techniques], then the world catches up 30 years later.”
The specifications for “The Scientist Dub Supersonic Studio Monitors & Amplifier Set” are “2 X 5000 Watts RMS, and 20 Hz to 20 Khz.” A smaller non-commercial version of this set (for home studios) will also be available for purchase.
For further information, contact The Scientist at 1-323-200-1962
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How To Strum Reggae || Full Details on guitar is finally here! This video will explain and demonstrate exactly how to do a single strum as well as a double skank. You will also get a close up of how both the right and left hand coordinate. Please watch the video in full as I also demonstrate exactly where to place the hands to get the best tone for stuck lines.
Dub music has significantly impacted popular music, influencing genres such as hip-hop, dance, and dubstep. In recent years, the genre has experienced a resurgence in popularity, with new artists incorporating its signature sound into their music. Despite its influence and popularity, dub music remains a niche sound with a dedicated fan base and a rich history.
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See MUTUCA dub anyting! Based in Münster, GER and on the tradition of the late 1960s and 70s jamaican engineers and pioneers and their techniques. All analog hardware with all that grit and noise attached to it. ENJOY!
No, I dont get anything out of promoting these. Just a set of good value/high quality stems.
Another quick tip, this time recreating that dub siren effect using just Ableton stock plugins. It’s well known from dub obviously but works equally well in other genres and infinitely tweakable!
Hey friends, I’ve been super busy with the studio build but I wanted to share this live dub performance of the @rootsmakers2751 Dubbers EP!