If you didn’t already know, the most capable Dubstep maker program is called Dubturbo and we have a link that gives a massive discount, an active link that no one else has anymore since.
There are no free versions of this awesome Dubstep making program and software developers like these do have big budgets which are spent on ensuring that free versions are not available.
Any illegal downloads, torrents or “free” claims will have been strategically placed the by the software developer and when you go to open it – you will have to pay.
So we wrote this page to get you the new version of Dubturbo, for the original price from a couple of years ago.
The price of Dubturbo is $39.95 for every other source…
***When you click the link above and go to the order form page, you will see $29.95. If you go through any other link on the internet, you will see $39.95.
Dubturbo embeds cookies in your browser so IF you have visited the official website through any other source, you may need to clear your cache to see the discount on the order form page, once you click the discount link above.***
We have managed to keep this link secret from the manufacturer for some time, so please be quiet about it and don’t publish it on forums etc. It is believed that they do not know it is still operational.
The Best Dubstep Maker Program:
A new version of Dubturbo was recently released and since this occurred, the number of users has increased exponentially, due to some of the awesome features.
A few of the most notable points are:
- Download it now from the official manufacturer website (remember to use the $29.95 link above). All the other capable Dubstep programs are to be purchased from online stores and you sit around waiting for a box to be mailed to your door. With Dubturbo, you are producing original Dubstep tracks while all the other suckers are waiting for the mailman to come.
- MAC and Windows versions are both available for download, so just choose the version you want after purchasing. As a MAC user, I know how hard it can be to get the exact programs you want, and finally someone has come to the table with no bias.
- Learning how to use the software to the limits of its capabilities is easy when you follow all the tutorial videos in the paid member’s area. There are millions of people who have terminated their music production careers due to the high level of frustration that can be caused from attempting to self-educate on a brand new piece of software.
- Sounds and Samples are in abundance with the latest version of this dubstep maker and they are of the highest quality. This is most notable after exporting them from the mastering suite in high quality .wav form. So many cool vocal samples, drum sounds and unique instruments are already included with the standard download. However, for anyone who does need any more, there are thousands more that can be downloaded as add-ons from the manufacturer.
These are just some of the reasons why thousands of users from all over the world are paying for Dubturbo.
Use the links on this page and get the discounted price:
Kate Simko’s latest album Lights Out is a boom-chik, but somehow it manages to be quite fresh in the oversaturated house genre. The sounds are clean but have character and the mixing itself is beautifully done. Each line is clear and distinct, each drum hit exists well within the balance of each song. Nothing too complicated, just a groove. And for being such a simple idea, you’d think it was impossible to achieve that considering how many really poorly done tracks you can hear floating by.
Starting with two dance-floor initiators, “Beneath” and “Flight Into BA,” Simko is admittedly spoonfeeding us just a little bit, but if you’re not in the mood to just let the tunes roll over you, you’re probably not in the mood to listen to this album. You have to admit that it’s nice every once in a while, however, to be able to hear every single thing that is going on in a track, almost like it’s painting a crayon drawing for the people who aren’t ready to graduate to paints yet.
“Mira Vos” bumps the energy level up a little bit with a techno-disco bassline and arpeggiated undertones, while the super simple drum machine percussion line sits up high in the mix to grab your attention with the high frequency hits and shimmers that get you swaying in your seat, assuming you haven’t quite had the indication that it’s time to get on your feet yet.
Lights Out is Simko’s debut album, and call it success that it was released by seminal label Hello?Repeat out of Berlin. Along with this being her first major album release, Simko also made sure that her performances soon after it were chock full of visual treats that made the EDM community stand up and take notice.
Out on tour, Kate plays with some of the heavy hitters like Matthew Dear, Ryan Elliot, and the Spectral Sound collaborators, so she is in good company even when she isn’t headlining major artistic events with her own brand of the tech/house/ambient tunes that she is becoming more widely known for.
Lights Out is an extremely mature collection of tunes, and deserves a focused listen from front to back if you aren’t familiar with any other of Simko’s work and you haven’t had a chance to see her live yet. It’s wide but comfortable, and tracks like “Mind On You” make you feel like you’ve known Kate since she was in grade school. The space between the beats are as important as the beats themselves, and her consistent use of the mini-rhythmic break keeps the bump going without overdoing it. Look for more great things to come from this artist in the future…
When you step into the ring with the big boys you’ll need to get the proper paperwork in order to protect your intellectual property. There are several ways to go about this and in this section we’ll be covering the basics, some non-conventional ways and where to get your songs registered.
It is essential to cover your electronic behind through copyright because you never know when someone might claim your original material for their own. Even more importantly you might get lucky and have someone with money try to steal your songs; one law suit later you got a brand new studio. So without any further ado let’s get on it.
Something anyone can do
This is probably one of the most primitive ways to copyright your work, now you need to realize that this is only for your protection as the author, but you won’t have much protection legally per say. This method comes down to simply burning a CD with all the tracks you want to “copyright” and with a list that states when you created each song. Once you have this done you’ll simply go to the post office, send it with the max protection on the envelope and send it to your self. When the package arrives at your house…DO NOT OPEN THE DOCUMENT! Keep that baby sealed for ever until you get into a legal dispute over who created the song. When the time comes you whip out your officially stamped posted document that has never been opened and you show everybody that indeed…it was YOU who created the song. This works almost everywhere in the world and won’t cost you an arm or a leg.
There is a virtual method that is almost the same as the one I explained above. The website is protectmywork.com and works under the same principle except that a third party will be holding the submission which when it comes to legal terms you’ll be more protected. The total costs come down to twenty five pounds per year and will allow you to copyright as much as you want for that fee. So for a DJ that produces hundreds of tracks per year, this might be a very good and viable option.
The US has a page called copyright.gov where you can register an “original work” for $35 USD. There is no specification as to how many songs can be placed on an “original work” which means that if you burn a MP3 of all your work you could register up to 100 songs as your own original work. The only problem is that you won’t have the specific licensing for each song, which means that you’ll need to make the license per song if you want to sell your music to a third party. There are other options for registration but that’s up to you to check it out.
Nimbit and similar sites
Finally there is a method if you are a dubstep maker, when you pay sites like Nimbit, Reverbnation and so forth. They will automatically register your music for you when you ask or give you the option to purchase them on your own. Normally they are pretty sage to go by and you should have no problem getting your international codes for next to nothing.
Take note that these methods will cost you money, but in essence you are only investing in your own security and peace of mind.
Obviously since Dubstep was birthed from Drum and Bass, it is essential to understand what it takes to make a good Dubstep drum patterns. The broken beats of D&B have been slightly modified to fit the genre of Dubstep, and thus we found it necessary to talk about how to make great Dubstep Drum patterns. So sit back and relax, it’s time to get grimey!
The first thing you need to realize about Dubstep Drums is that most of the professional DJ’s layer their sounds. For instance a prominent Dubstep DJ would place 3 snare drums over each other to create a unique sound. The same goes for hi hats, cymbals and bass drums. In many cases DJ’s widen the hats or they pan it in order to create a “whole” sound.
If you keep your sounds on the same “field” then you will lose a lot of depth in your music. Drums are essential to Dubstep so it is necessary that you spend enough time in “widening” your sound. For instance one hi hat will play on the left spectrum of the sound field while the other will play on the right. This means that if you wear headphones you will hear one sound on the left while the other is on the right.
Picking the right samples is incredibly important. You can’t have two massive bass drums playing on top of each other unless you specifically want to do so. In order to make a kick really stand out you’ll actually want to give it that “deep sound” while at the same time giving it a sharp kick. Some DJ’s even throw a rim shot in there just to give it that “crisp” sound to the bass.
Delays are also important when you want to expand the sound a bit more. Give your claps and some of your hats a slight delay and you will widen the sound much more. I found that giving some of the drum sounds a nice little reverb with a slight delay will really go a long way.
Chopping up your sound will also definitely expand your production value. For instance if you have a sound that lasts 2 beats, you can chop that little bad boy up into tiny little pieces, space them out within the beat in order to build up a kick or snare. Generally people like to chop the snares more than the kicks but I have heard some incredible kick chops that sounds tasty.
Swinging is another thing that drums need. These Swings or Grooves will give your drums a much more natural sound. When you work on a sequencer the sound produced will be that of a sequencer. Thus the invention of swing will mimic that of a real drummer in the sense that some hits will be harder than others. If you truly want to make your drums stand out you should play around with the swing settings in order to make it sound real, unless you don’t really want to achieve that sound.
There are a lot of aspects to the drums in Dubstep and one must take time in order to really achieve your own signature drum sound. Dubstep relies heavily on its drum and bass and requires a lot of attention.