It’s sub-breaking time! Let’s crack out the filters and see what we can wobble!

Two dirty basses are on the cards this time, so navigate to the sentence below so you can check them out.

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So you’ve got your YouTube account, directed your fans towards the subscribe button and you’re all ready to take on the ‘net in terms of video goodness.

But where do you begin when you want to make quality content? Here are 5 useful tips to help you keep your viewers engaged and maximise your quality on a budget! Continue reading »

Just put the finishing touches to Day 1 of the brand spanking new 7 day song!

This one is for what seems to be increasingly called Brostep – Skrillex-y, Nero-y, Excision-y Dubstep.   Day 1 introduces a massive driving beat to begin the track!

Head over to the tutorial page and check it out!

This blog was written for primeloops.com – check them out for some ace samples!

Have you ever tried slowing down an audio sample at the same pitch? You can only go so far before you start to lose quality and it begins to sound reminiscent of a dying autobot.

But what if there was a way to slow things down past that point? If there was a way to make a second of audio a millenium long – what would it sound like?

Enter PaulStretch… Continue reading »

The Dirty Bass Composition Competition is now over – check out who won!

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Hi, I’m Dave from boyinaband.com – and welcome to the second Composition Competition, where you can win free stuff for producing awesome music!

This composition competition is on Drum and Bass and Dubstep – more specifically on the bass synths. You have to make the dirtiest drop you possibly can. Continue reading »

This blog was written for primeloops.com – check them out for some ace samples!

Chances are that if you’ve been producing music on a computer for any length of time, you’ll have noticed that your software of choice is migrating to a 64-bit version.

This has no doubt resulted in compatibility issues, hefty downloads and general headaches – but just what are those extra 32 bits doing anyway? How can they help your music making process?

Let’s take a look… Continue reading »

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