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Apr 25, 2011 | 4:42 PM EDT
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8.9 MB
3 min 54 sec
4.45 / 5.00

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Made this for the 2011 Dubstep Contest on the audio forum.

Pretty intense shizz dawg :D

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


Show me your ways 0.o

UncleSqueezins responds:

Well...a wizard approached me one day and told me that if I slay the Evil Beast of Music (aka Justin Beiber), then he would grant me musical powers.

So I traveled for 100 days and nights looking for the Beiber beast and eventually I found him playing in a ball pit at the local McDonald's. I grabbed a nearby water bottle, threw it at his head, and he cried like a bitch until he exploded into confetti.

I returned to the wizard with a lock of Beiber's hair as proof that I killed him. The wizard then proceeded to hit me in the face with a baseball bat. When I woke up, I was missing my legs, but I did have the musical powers he promised me.

So if you want to have musical abilities of my caliber, just look for a wizard and do what he says. Be prepared to give up at least one of your limbs though...


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Builds into something out of the box

Usually the dubstep I'm used to hearing is predictable to a point. I can adlib WUBWUB WAA noises to it with my mouth, and even though it doesn't match, it fits because dubstep is random within a framset of sorts. This song however, is without a frameset so to speak. Every time one expects the bass to come in hard, it comes in soft and vice versa. It breaks rhythm every now and then, and then jumps right back in. I find this all rather refreshing and consistently satisfying. You've done well!

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UncleSqueezins responds:

Thanks! Glad you enjoyed it! :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Long intro, I like how you crescendo and decrescendo the different parts out. When it breaks in though, I like that beat or two that you wait before you bust the drums in. Other than the format bass, all the other effects and synths were awesome. Don't get me wrong, I love it when a bassline has a solid 'yie' sound in it, it's just that sound gets used quite a bit by everyone (me included). A fuckin solid piece with proper auxilary percussion and everything. Excellent work mr.

UncleSqueezins responds:

Haha yeah the dramatic pauses really make this song. Glad you liked it :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars


After that drop I was expecting you to come out with the drums but you waited and it was way better.

As soon as I saw that the title was juggernaut, I knew it was gonna be epic.

UncleSqueezins responds:

I named it Juggernaut for a reason! :D Glad you liked it :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Wasn't at all sure what to expect from this at first but once that synth started getting stronger, could expect the awesome drop. You succeed hardcore buddy,i hope you win. no you better win cuz this is some sick stuff. The silence just builds up the drops even more haha. out of curiousity what synth/program did you use to get the dubstep sounds cuz what you used is sick

UncleSqueezins responds:

I use Toxic Biohazard for all of my synths and I get the grittiness of the bass from a distortion plug-in called Hardcore. It's made for guitars, but I've found out that it can make synths sound absolutely disgusting (in a good way, of course :P)