Benga's album is still awesome though. Any more like it?
I'm assuming you're talking about Diary of an Afro Warrior? Try out Skream (the album) and Outside the Box.
but I would but some outside VSTs like FM8, massive, absynth, albino 3
depends on what you want to make.
I you wanna make wobble stuff buy massive thats the best one for that
if you wanna make joker style stuff buy FM8 or Albino they're really good for that
also buy a sample pack like the ones from vengeance they are really good!
a friend and I use FL with alle the stuff I said here and this is what you can make with it
he's better that me but he's doing it longer
if you want more info I can give you that
Circus rec are the ones who started that hype
For all of you talking about FL Studio, I am going to be the one who will be brutally honest here,
FL Studio is for strictly beginners, you will never obtain any substantially 'genuine' outstanding mix.
People tend to use FL Studio to begin their adventure, then stick with it, let me tell you, DO NOT do that.
I understand you say its easy to learn, but that kind of learning is bad, you will learn how to produce, mediocre tracks on FL, then when its time to step up into the big boy leagues, you will hop on Ableton, and Logic.. You will be more lost than Hellen Keller playing marco polo.
most big Dubstep producers use something weird Rusko uses acid....
my friend Brownz is really booming over here he's tunes are being played on big gigs even in the UK
Bar 9, doctor p, Beezy, lost , inspector dubplate,.... played some of his tunes so I think you're wrong with that
And I can tell you first hand, most of them use Abelton+Logic Pro
Skream & Benga are DEFINITELY big.
I am being the realest here, when I refer to 'big' I am referring to globally, world wide, not just in one country, or even one city rather...
Just an FYI, Colombia Records UK is not large at all, in rector scale to Insomniac, Committee Ent, William Morris, AMOnly, Live Nation...
You have a lot to learn
Magnetic Man is a great show live, I saw them when I was over in Belgium for Tomorrowland, at some pre-party.
If you knew anything of the real dubstep scene you would know who the artists I just mentioned are and you would know what they are big in the scene if you have Doctor p on a gig its sold out no doubt.
you really don't know anything of dubstep or the artists man
I'm also not impressed by what your involved with
I really hate that dubstep is getting so popular and that big corps are making it the way it is today
Dubstep was a really cool scene and now its crap...
btw I'm not saying brownz is big... I'm saying is getting bigger... never and that he is gaining much respect over here
while you are saying benga and skream are not big which is stupid and dumb!
he is not big
In short, you are an idiot, you are arrogant, you are ignorant, and don't forget, you can't read..
I never said I didn't know who any of those artists were you named, and I didn't say that they weren't popular or good either, infact, I explained this just a few posts above..
No fool, it isn't, and big corporations are BETTERING the scene, so you are out-of-line for saying you hate what they are doing to it....
They are BIG CORPORATIONS for a reason, million+ dollar corporations, you say you aren't impressed, well there is your ignorance..
The ones I named, have nearly 90% of any artist that is ANYTHING, all of the high up, world wide, famous artists.
I wanna say 1 more thing
It doesn't matter which softw you use
its the VSTs that are important
for instance if you want hard wobbly stuff most producers take massive no matter which softw they use.
Because its the best one to use for that style. so saying you can't get big using FL is absurt.
I don't use any of the FL VSTs only others so the production value goes up.
the same with percussion I use vengeance which most producers use to and recommend.
So you can get big with FL if you use it right.
I can't believe people are still on that "FL Studio is inferior" bullshit.
I use Live, and have dabbled with FL Studio, Reason, Logic, Cubase, Pro Tools, and Reaper.
FL Studio is not a toy. There's nothing about FL Studio that makes it unsuitable for making quality music.
If you knew anything about producing, you would know this.
The only legitimate criticsm you could have about FL Studio, is that it's not as comprehensive as "engineer tier DAWs" for tracking, editing, mixing, and mastering (Image-Line is always trying to improve that area). But it doesn't take away from the fact that it's excellent for composing music.
Fortnash this is ironic as fuck, 'cause you posted Porter Robinson's music in the Electro / House thread, and he uses FL Studio and is proud of it.
ITT: everyone with a DAW installed on their pc is a production god
The gross commercialisation of dubstep is making and ruining it at the same side. For every person who likes it, there's someone saying "It all sounds the same", or variations of that idea. And the well known, "good" popular stuff is repetitive. It takes time to find good artists who aren't just another jumping on the bandwagon.
And don't even get me onto the comments on dubstep videos, on Youtube, Metacafe etc.
So Halo Nova suddenly decided he is called Varien and he remixed the above song.
The Algorithm, one of the very few good dubstep artists in my opinion. Mostly because he mixes it with other things as well, like djent.
I have a feeling this will enrage some of you.
Those reactions are so laboured.
Oh god those intervals make we want to kick a baby and punch a kitten.