Author Topic: The beginning of a dubstep song I'm creating.  (Read 1307 times)

needs more low bass, like a bass line.
yeah I'm gonna take the bassline down a few notes
keep it like that
no wubs ever at all
actually I added wubs
sorry stunt :c
i heard wub and i smiled
success
I like it man.
Thanks

What program(s) did you use to make it?



Ableton Live 8.
Sorry for the double post but, good thing there's a trial, it's really expensive.

blugh this is kinda stuffty now that I look back at it
I'm gonna take a break from wubs
make a little house stuff
(my friends and I are trying to get a gig at a place called Cobalt Cafe)

yeah I'm gonna take the bassline down a few notesactually I added wubs
sorry stunt :csuccessThanks
YOU'RE DEAD TO ME


forget this stuff
working on a new project
I ditched this, might come back to it but I learned better techniques for stuff
once I get back to my dad's house I'll export and upload a new version

If you ever get around to adding lyrics you should totally fit in "Let the Wub Wub gods give us more WUB WUB" actually that would be a good place for a drop. Make sure the that the Wubs are actually wubs and not words. Got the idea from the Dubstep topic.

If you ever get around to adding lyrics you should totally fit in "Let the Wub Wub gods give us more WUB WUB" actually that would be a good place for a drop. Make sure the that the Wubs are actually wubs and not words. Got the idea from the Dubstep topic.
I'll add that in a future song.
For this one, I'm gonna sustain a piano note (there's gonna be an acoustic piano as a synth throughout the song), and then at the very end of the sustain, screech it up and bitcrush it. then drop

That sounds good, keep it going.