Those cherries on the top really make the difference, and that’s what we’re talking about today!

Day 5 brings you some sweet techniques that are seriously useful for making your track sound more interesting.

Click here for day 5 of the darkstep drum and bass tutorial!

It’s all about filling out the track today in the darkstep 7 day song!

I give you a pitched atmosphere to make your track more atmospheric, as well as a shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!

Click here for day 4 of the darkstep drum and bass tutorial!

This blog was written for – check them out for some ace samples and to see my blogs 2 months earlier!

When you think of electronic music, it conjures up images of big beats, layered synths and auto tune heaped on with an oversized ladle, but it all had to start somewhere.

One of the first instruments to make controlled noise out of volts was the Theremin in 1920 – and you didn’t even have to touch it to hear how ground-breaking it was…  Continue reading »

It’s time to massage your brain after the assault from the basses in day 2 with some softer high end synths!

Today we’ll explore the wonders of gating with the matrix unit and swooshiness with a modulated formant filter.

Click here for day 3 of the darkstep drum and bass tutorial! : D

Today is quite a haul!   3 videos and 4 significant items covered, with that first bass being a positively epic journey of a video that will leave you with a bass to be proud of! :D

Get your sick bags ready; you’ll need them.

Click here to go to day 2 of the 7 day song darkstep tutorial!

It’s that time of the month again guys!  (No, not *that* time, eww, you’re pretty sick minded…) It’s the 7 day song!

This month, it’s a sponsored 7 day song – I’ve been commissioned to teach the world how to make Darkstep Drum and Bass!   That disgustingly amazing genre that producers like Noisia and Spor are clearly addicted to.

Just click here to go to day 1, where I’ll start by teaching you how to make a darkstep breakbeat!


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