WWW, June 2014 - Just like the previous SoundWare review, this Dubroom review of the excellent Sound System Vocals by DubDrops (not coincidently sounding like DrumDrops) also comes with some practical sound illustrations in the form of released Dubroom productions. So you wondered where the recent releases featuring Horseman and Dennis Alcapone came from, because you're a producer/selector/whatever yourself? Now you know, without apology.
Consider all Dubroom productions carrying the works of Horseman and/or Dennis Alcapone to be unofficial promo's for the Sound System Vocals series by DubDrops. Yes, they are completely free and legal musical works representing the current state of the Dubroom Studio and musical phase of it's engineer and can hopefully enjoyed by those that will never read bother to read a review about soundware because they just love (DUB) Reggae Music: the audience, the ones for who ultimately all of we do it. But the music is also partly the result of purchasing the series, for which we make no apology.
Quite the contrary.
So, when you're a producer, selector, or otherwise interested in reading about the DubDrops series, you might want to check out the Dubroom's three-part in-depth review and decide for yourself if this is something for you as well.