• How To Make Dubstep using CUBASE TUTORiAL-DYNAMiCS

    How To Make Dubstep TUTORiAL

    Team DYNAMiCS | July 2010 | 717.76 MB

    Learn how to create some ground shaking sub bass coupled with morphing distorted synth patterns in this How To Make Dubstep course. Tutor Bryan Spence takes you through step by step how to glitch and chop between basslines, synth parts, vocal stabs and drum crashes to get you on your way to creating the very distictive dubstep rhythm. This course comes in a bundle of 22 videos and is covered using Steinbergs powerful Cubase 5 DAW. So put your hoods up and get ready to dance double time as we transport you into this growing underground London sound.

    Lesson 1 – Drum Setup
    Set up the Groove Agent drum machine to import in our drum parts

    Lesson 2 – Drum Programming
    Program your drums using the Groove Agent drum machine

    Lesson 3 – Creating a Drum Loop
    Create a drum loop using the Groove Agent drum machine

    Lesson 4 – Compression and EQ
    Add Compression and EQ to the drum parts

    Lesson 5 – Drum Group and EQ
    Group together the drum parts using a Group Channel Track, then use compression on the group track to control the dynamics

    Lesson 6 – New York Compression
    Add a breath of life to your drums by adding some parallel compression

    Lesson 7 – Distorted Bass
    Add a distorted bass part to the track using the Sylenth1

    Lesson 8 – Sequencing the Bass
    Start sequencing the bass making use of the LFO rate to create movement in the bassline

    Lesson 9 – Sequencing the Bass 2
    Sequence a few more bass patterns again using automation to create movement

    Lesson 10 – Phasing Bass
    Create a Bass using the Sylenth1, then make use of its built in phaser to create a morphing sound

    Lesson 11 – Panning the Phase Bass
    Pan the phasing bass part to give the bassline a sense of movement

    Lesson 12 – Sub Bass
    Program in a Sub Bass part to thicken up the bottom end of the bass part

    Lesson 13 – Falling Bass
    Use the sylenth1 to create a falling bass part

    Lesson 14 – Creating a Bass Group
    Group together all of the drums and send them to a single drum bus. From here we can apply EQ and Compression to the drums as a whole

    Lesson 15 – Alternative Drum Pattern
    Edit the drums to create an alternative drum pattern

    Lesson 16 – Whomp Bass
    Create a whomping bassline part for your track using the Sylenth1

    Lesson 17 – Creating A Synth Sound
    Create an interesting synth sound to fit into the gaps in your drums

    Lesson 18 – Adding Strings
    Add a string sound to your track to create some tension

    Lesson 19 – Glitching Your Drums
    Glitch your drum loop by exporting out your existing loop, reversing it and taking snippits to create some pull effects

    Lesson 20 – Sylenth Riser
    Create a rising synth part for the breakdown

    Lesson 21 – Arranging Part 1
    Start arranging out the song using making use of Cubase 5’s strongest feature, its arrangement window

    Lesson 22 – Arranging Part 2
    Continue the arrangement process and discuss how to create variations on the bassline

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    How To Make Dubstep using CUBASE TUTORiAL-DYNAMiCS


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