About The Boy

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  1. In a word, Thank you!

  2. I am infinitely grateful for all of your help, you tutorials are fantastic and I support everything you do for us. Once again, THANK YOU!!!!!

  3. Dave, I admire your drive and ethic. Keep up the good work. I LOVE making music and have since I was a child, but have never been around many people who push for professionalism or who are good at teaching or talking about the nuts and bolts of music until recently. I’ve kind of been the only one interested in something no one else around me. Bless the internet, though! I have finally found a small nucleus of artists who work well together and I want to be able to produce a few songs I feel will be hits if I can capture their spirit.
    I also look forward to learning about dubstep, a form I have recently been indoctrinated to in the clubs and LOVE (It’s so HEAVY!).
    Once again, good work, Dave!


  4. Great stuff.
    I’m always inspired by your work, and your help is much appreciated!
    Loving the jokes too ;-)

  5. I love the tutorials, they’re great!! Do you recommend any good reads on music production? Anything that might be a “must read” type of book? The tutorials are great starting points, but I always like dig a little deeper for more nuggets of info.

  6. Hi Dave,
    Love your tutorials, especially the humor in it!
    I’ve been making music professionally for a long time now but your tutorials help me enormously (I’m 95% working in reason)!
    Keep up the brilliant work.

    All the best,
    Frank De Wulf

  7. Hi Dave.
    Just want to say. Keep to share your knowledgess about music, your tutorials help me for making digital music. And you’re awesome musician and one of best youtuber.

    Greeting from South Borneo
    Best Regard

  8. seriously man go build another round about and do something useful. Your best live electronica list is embarrassing and your music and your blog is total gash

  9. Hey,
    I was watching your videos and tutorials,and really are amazing..
    My brother follow your tips aboutr music and dubstep,cause he plays guitar and now he started to play dubstep on guitar..
    I would like to learn if you have something like this way for piano..cause i play 20 years piano,and i know only for classical music..
    Cheers from Greece.

  10. i really respect what you are doing man,,, keep it up

  11. thanks Dave

  12. Thx man! Mucho kudos for all the work you have put into the tutorials. Probably the best on the net.

  13. u r so……great dave! thanx a lot for this….i m from india ,asia….and ur so fam in india….too bye….

  14. Thanks for being the dude that you are. Your tutorials got me on my way to producing phat quality beets. Thanks again.

  15. I really appreciate the fact that you have taken the time to create such informative tutorials. You have helped me out so much and inspired me to create different genres of music. I was mainly focusing on sampling and hip hop, but became bored with it kind of quickly. I need to be learning something new all the time. That’s where dubstep and you came into the picture. You are by far the best teacher for this on youtube. Much love.

  16. Hi dave!

    Thanks for the tutorials and the sample packs.
    I started an electronic project just after discovering your site, you can have a look if you got time to spend :)


    To see people like you making nice music helped me a lot to believe it was possible to do mine.

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