MPV trainer Nigel Broad is back with another great electronic dance music exploration, Dubstep Essentials . Join Nigel in this 25-video collection as he takes you under his wing and creates a full-blown Dubstep track from Drum and Bass to final mix…
As one of the original pioneers of the early 1990s hardcore breakbeat/techno scene (which eventually evolved into drum & bass), Nigel had a string of dance chart hits in the UK, under aliases such as Release and Rhythm Junior.
Dubstep is an exciting style of music that lends itself to a lot of creativity and the powerful use of plugins and virtual instruments of all kinds. Nigel Broad, a chart-topping dance producer, knows a thing or two about Dubstep and in this Logic tutorial he creates a full-blown Dubstep track, starting with the drum programming and evolving all the way through the final mix.
This 25-video class starts off with Logic’s mighty Ultrabeat drum machine, where you’ll learn to set up, program and tweak a killer Dubstep drum beat. Nigel is the ultimate Ultrabeat and Logic master and shares his hit-making tips throughout this tutorial.
What’s a Dubstep track without a Wobble bass? Using the ES 2, Massive and RAZOR, Nigel shows you how to create a composite bass line that will blow you away! Next he conjures up some cool pads, leads and SFX that really make the track shine. Finally, Nigel wraps it up by talking about song structure before he mixes and masters his custom track.
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Jsequeira wrote on November 6, 2017
Very good course with lots of good tips on how to get that dubstep sound!
A must if you´re getting serious about this style of music.
Hindie wrote on May 27, 2015
Many useful tips and tricks for making dubstep, and use in many other genres. Be creative.
Paul wrote on February 7, 2015
Exceptional course on dub-step production by Nigel Broad! I really enjoyed watching this and would recommend it to any bass music producer.
Although this course was produced in Logic Pro 9, all techniques are easily transferable to any other DAW including Logic Pro X :-P
MIGUEL wrote on January 12, 2015
A really enjoyable course from a really good teacher. I can't wait on part 2
Reuben Chng wrote on May 23, 2014
Love the decency and how the course was conveyed. Even if already knew things going through the course is like a refresher!
just call me venom wrote on January 19, 2014
this course i know will help me and it has worked very well! please try it if your intrested in dubstep!
marlo wrote on December 8, 2013
I like heavy and broken dubstep it sounds very cool.I would like to find out how to make that type of dubstep.I hope that this web site will help me do that.
j d ruby wrote on October 23, 2013
This tutorial is FANTASTIC! Those working in Logic 9 will love the quick practical nature of this tutorial - that will have them up and running (or dubbing!) in no time!!! Highly recommended for newbs
Deepit wrote on October 15, 2013
good learning received. thanks much. will introduce this to my workflow to create tracks with feel n hints of dubstep as this is not my dominant genre of choice. but some really good learning received
HughJanus wrote on September 12, 2013
Loved it, excellent narration and clear instructions. Detailed descriptions and very useful hints on reducing the risk of a distorted end track.