Dubstep has like.. maybe not always but, usually, a song structure. Like.. Intro - Loop - Loop - heavy snare roll- pause - flamingo noises - Drop - Let off - Check out my Lightmare on panda street song. It's not exactly the best dubstep, but it'll be more of a structured example.
Hehe I'll try to apply this pattern in 2014 :D
I myself am not a big fan of dubstep, but I do like it when it's used conservatively in music rather than it being "in your face" about it. That's why I like it here, it's more of a backing instrument and everything is built off of it instead of the other way around.
What I don't like about it is it doesn't sound in tune with everything else. It tends to lean away from what key the song is in, therefore sounding amateurish.
I am an amateur bro ;D
I like it. I wouldn't say is dubstep all the way but it's there. A little effects, a sick drop and a sub par or even better wub would be needed. Don't get me wrong, I like how you mounted this, but it kind of just barely touches on the dub-wub-wub. Anyhow, I like this defamation of a track here. Keep it up.
Also, you can see some tutorials on using Massive, if you're using FL Studio, then you can browse around the web bank for some nice presets. Just in case you want to get more into serious dubstep. I know I'm still learning. Uploaded a few dubstep tracks myself.
Teach me bruh ;)
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.