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4.58 / 5.00

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Played guitar on this one because barenoize and modestep can't be the only guys out there rocking guitarstep.

Check out my soundcloud for more free downloads! /aaronmusslewhite
and follow me on twitter so we can chat about dubstep and... idk twitter trends or whatever the kids are doing these days. ronmmusic

Edit: So I just realized that this song is on the top of the dubstep chart, and most popular this month (at least at time of writing). Wow, that's crazy! Thank you guys so much for listening and enjoying the track. :D

for the price of $whatever you feel like!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

OMG thats the best dubstep i've heard in my whole life!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

GOGOGO head bangin!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I can't stop listening to you're musical genius! If you mixed this with some lyrics it would be sikk. Just saying :P Keep up the good work. I have faith in music again. Thank you.

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Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

I've been checking out alot of this dubstep stuff. And I dont see what any of it has to do with harmonicas?

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aaronmusslewhite responds:

I... harmonica? Not sure if troll.. lol Ok, Harmonicas are actually an incredibly important component of dubstep. See dubstep has it's roots in the redneck hills and the "wobbles" were produced by using a harmonica and cupping your hand around it as a sort of "filter" over time like everything else it got digitized and the wobbles became lower and lower. Just like banjo was a primary rhythm instrument of jazz and was usurped by the guitar.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Although I'm not particularly a dubstep fan, I found this track very enjoyable. The way you switch back and forth between the dub style and the trance-like bits is well done. The bits where the switch is quickest (one such section starts around 2:50 after a moment of just guitar) are, in my personal opinion, the best sections of the song.

The mastering is done well, and nothing is too overpowering. I would've like for the guitar the be a bit louder, and perhaps glitched a bit (which is easily done through programs like Image-Line's Gross Beat). However, that is again a personal preference.
I liked your choice of synths, and the higher ones in particular. The bass felt... Stereotypical, though. Cliched, even. It's the same bass I hear in almost ever dubstep song. Perhaps a different waveform is in order (has anyone tried making a dubstep bass out of an organ)? Although that didn't detract from my overall enjoyment of the piece.

Your choice of chord progression was nice, and added a bit of umph, if you will, to the flow of the piece.
The buildup, while short, was well suited to the song. As was the ending/outro.

All in all, a well put together song. 5 of 5 and 4.5 of 5. Looking forward to more.