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Bourne-worthy Dubstep Loop

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So, I got bored tonight just sitting here trying to come up with stuff for the book I'm currently writing, and then my mind drifted to the EP that I want to release eventually. Hence, with my new inspiration that is Flux Pavilion at the helm, I attempted to create among the filthiest basses known to mankind. I think I succeeded. No 3xOsc here, buddy! This is straight ingenuity, created from my bare hands! =)

This little loop certainly can't compare to my epic dubstep behemoth that is "Reflections," but it certainly gives you an idea of what I'm beginning to aim for. Love it, or don't. I thought it was pretty damn awesome sounding. =P

The reason I call it "Bourne-worthy" is because I could picture the thing playing in the background of the DVD menu of any of the Jason Bourne movies...don't ask me why lol (maybe it's because I discovered that there's some DnB in Bourne Identity, and since dubstep is a derivative of DnB, it caught my attention...I dunno, I have a rather strange mind =P). Other than that, I just picture it playing in the background of some other thing of badassery.

Feel free to use this for your next action flash; I guarantee it will really set the mood. ;)

Your friendly neighborhood dubstep producer.

EDIT: Just fixed some minor things that I heard in the bass just now. The sub bass is a little clearer too than it was before.

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That flanger Formant bass xd

Clearer sub, but still :/

How come all the new dubstep bass I hear these days is mid+high? Seriously needs way more lows. Also your flanger actually cuts off a lot of the sub, in case you didn't know. Now, either layer some more sub bass, tone down the middle, and make a full song :)

Keep it up!

mr-jazzman responds:

Hey man, thanks for the review. I've seriously been working on that sub bass for months now, and I've been trying several different compression techniques. That sub bass really isn't too much of an issue now, except I think I've gotten it TOO loud in some of my newer projects. The problem with this one was the compression on the sub bass, and the fact that it simply wasn't turned up enough. Thanks for pointing this out though!


I'm not used to the Dubstep lingo where you talk about how dirty and grimy stuff is, so I'm going to stick to what I'm used to.

This is a clean track. Excellently produced. I can hear the different stuff going on and I love the drum kit background with the synth drum melody. This is sweet and I can't wait to hear the full thing.

mr-jazzman responds:

The full thing is quite sweet right now! =D I gotta put some finishing touches on it yet, and then we'll see how it's received. =) Thanks for the review man! (And it's a good thing if a dubstep bass is dirty btw; it means it sounds like a chainsaw machete cutting through an infinite number of vicious vampire-esque adversaries...so, appreciate its filth! =D)


I could listen to this for an hour straight... and it's only 14 seconds long

Pure win

mr-jazzman responds:

Lol wait till the song comes out...It's probably gonna be my best dubstep song to date! =)



mr-jazzman responds:

Glad you love it! Wait till the song version of it comes out! =D It's the direct soul sequel to "Reflections"...I think the proper name for such a thing is "Deflections"! This will be unveiled soon, so keep your ears peeled! =)

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4.89 / 5.00

Jul 20, 2010
2:33 AM EDT
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537.8 KB
14 sec

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