Since dubstep was first invented in the late '90s, it has become a mainstay of electronic music. Up your Dubstep game with this 21-tutorial course by pro music producer and sound designer, Adam Pollard – AKA Multiplier.
This collection of tutorials by Dance music producer, Multiplier, is designed to give you a deep understanding of what, exactly, Dubstep is all about. You learn how to create both the composition and extreme audio signal processing to get your tracks the attention they need to be heard.
Adam (Multiplier) first shows you the ropes of Dubstep songwriting. He then gets right into the sound design, where each element of your beat is carefully sculpted, one piece at a time. Once you've got the raw materials, he reveals industry standard processing techniques as well as more unconventional methods to ensure that your Dubstep tracks turn heads.
Wrapping up this course, Adam shows you the 3 most common mistakes that Dubstep producers make. This is invaluable information that electronic musicians everywhere wish they had known when they were starting out. So don't fumble around trying to get that Dubstep sound. Find it right here and rise above the crowd with "Dance Music Styles 102: Dubstep" by Adam (Multiplier) Pollard.
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Rob wrote on October 16, 2020
Fantastic !!! I have been so many years into music it self, but watching this opened my mind int oDynamics , specially about Sound Design . And though not sponsored.. Serum is a killer..I just bought it after the video...
Buzz Bass Design wrote on July 5, 2016
This course is just great, it teaches you the fundamentals on how to produce Dubstep, like how the drum kit should look like, bass design and how to stand out. Strongly recommend this course.
Badmac Music wrote on April 22, 2016
After learning so much from Adam's course on Trap music, I didn't hesitate to dive into this one. Again, he's delivered on the goods. It was great to discover the techniques of this fascinating genre of music. Highly recommend!