Great idea for those who want to mix stems. Don Fe is creating Reggae music in individual stems ready for downloading & mixing. Click here to join
Very simple dub, more of a proof of concept for the routing of my FX. I routed the drums to a stereo channel as well as most of the riddim section to their own stereo channel. I routed the bass and pluck guitar on their own mono channels, respectively. I used 3 FX – a plate reverb from my guitar pedal, with the WestFinga filter added in via the insert on the return track for the reverb. I also used a delay and phaser from the Lexicon MX200.
Jamaican electronics whiz kid Hopeton Overton Brown got his moniker “Scientist” from none other than one of dub music production’s founding fathers, King Tubby (Osbourne Ruddock). As a teenager he began engineering and mixing out of Tubby’s, later moving to Channel One and Tuff Gong studios. He is one of the genre’s most prolific and creative forces, while also remaining a sought-after mix engineer and producer. In addition to his own impressive, if not stunning body of solo work, he has worked with Jamaican legends Bob Marley, Roots Radics, Prince/King Jammy, Peter Tosh, and Horace Andy, to name just a few. Meanwhile, current artists such as Hempress Sativa, Ted Sirota, and Khruangbin have all benefitted from his otherworldly presentations of their music. To watch him mix is like watching man and machine become one. His mixes are dance-like performances on the console, and the sound pictures he paints are mystical and dreamlike. I tracked Scientist down and had the pleasure of digging deeper with one of music’s unique geniuses.
Full article here.
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Dubapest HiFi is the first real reggae soundsystem in Hungary. The sound’s 2 selectas and operators are Jahfar and Captain Midnite, accompanied by Haroon Ayyaz on the microphone. The sound currently has 6 scoops, 2 double kick boxes, 4 mid-high boxes and two tweeter boxes, with 30 000 watts in amps. The 2 selectas play various styles as roots reggae, dub, stepper, early and new digital. Jahfar’s selection is more deep and spiritual, Midnite likes to shake up the dance digital style while Haroon Ayyaz promotes love, harmony and consciousness on the microphone. The combination of their music taste introduces the listener to a wide spectrum of real reggae music. Dubapest HiFi’s goal is to unite the people through the messages in reggae music, to wake up the people with love in this consumerist generation.
If you are a music producer, mixer, label owner, songwriter, or electronic music maker, you owe a debt to Lee “Scratch” Perry.
Full interview here – tapeop.com
When Japan was first introduced to reggae music there was something about the music and the lifestyle that really spoke to people – particularly in this Japanese city.
Fruits Records present the Wonderland of Green Riddim : double 7″ single with The Silvertones and Burro Banton. Music played by The 18th Parallel and mixed by Westfinga. To be released in April 2020.
Prominent figure in the English Dub music scene for over forty years and founder of label and studio Ariwa in 1979, Neil Fraser, aka Mad Professor, is one of the most notorious and prolific second generation dub music producers. Following the lead of dub pioneers and masters, the likes of King Tubby or Lee “Scratch” Perry, Mad Professor experiments with machines in his own transgressive way. His album “Dub Me Crazy”, produced at the Ariwa studio in the ‘80s, has contributed a great deal to reggae’s transition into the electronic era. Fraser has worked on tracks for numerous artists and bands such as Depeche Mode, Jamiroquai, the Beastie Boys, Massive Attack, Rancid, The Orb, not to mention reggae musicians including Horace Andy, Johnny Clarke, Sly & Robbie, Buju Banton or U-Roy. All have, at least once, entrusted their compositions to the wild electronic wizard, whose career will undoubtedly be remembered as a cornerstone in the history of Britain’s thriving Bass music.
I NEVE KNEW TV had the honor of interviewing the legendary ” father of hip-hop” Daddy U Roy. In this clip he speaks about his early experiences in the business and ‘crazy’ story describing the genius of King Tubby…Enjoy…