Dubroom Online - January 28 2009
"DUB CREATION" (WEBMASTER'S COLUMN)
WWW, January 28 2009 - Even though I make excessive use of digital technology when I produce DUB, I still try to simulate the process that brought us the music back in the 1970's.
I make an instrumental track, and then I take most of the instruments out in the final mix. So, most of the music that I program and play doesn't even make it to the final mix.
I make my riddims to make DUB, too. I don't make the riddims to voice over, even though I know that is what many people who like my music like me to do, too.
DUB is my first love, musically, and until this very day it is still so that Reggae Music provides the best musical foundation for the most crucial DUB Creation.
In this, I am a bit different than most within the field of (DUB) Reggae.
One Love, Give Thanks,
Messian Dread (Dubroom Webmaster)
The above column is the personal opinnion of the Webmaster and does not neccesarily reflect the contents of the Dubroom Website and/or Message Boards and/or Weblogs.
ITEMS FOR THIS EDITION:
January 27 and 28, we'll be releasing one track a day of the brand new two-track single "Vibration DUB/DUB Creation".
Two massive and thunderous One Drop riddims, two deep and spaced-out DUB mixes. As the expansion of the Dubroom Studio begins to pay off, the tunes contain real percussion and guitar play on top of much more effects than before.
As usual, the tunes will be available for free in High Quality MP3 and true CD Quality Wave Audio!
DUBROOM STAR SELECTIONS RELEASE
DUB CREATION is the necessary follow-up of Vibration Dub: the tempo is faster, even more percussion is added and the Space Echo has not one moment of rest throughout the entire mix.
320Kbit MP3 - 44.100 Khz 16 Bit Wave Audio
WWW, January 2009 - Usually, when recorded music gets popular, the vocalists on the recordings get all the attention. This is sad, especially within Reggae Music. For what's a vocalist without music?