an0va wrote:

dub DOES involve "dubbing" tho! - traditionally it was process of blending multiple reggae rhythm tracks together using strong EQ cuts and sending parts of the tracks to outboard effects with the aux sends. it was a way to perform using just a mixer and really opened a lot of doors towards performing modern electronic music smile I'm not an expert on this at all but it is super interesting reading to me IMO

yeah, the name did originate that way though (especially in regards to chip stuff) the modern genre has expanded well beyond that because there are lots of new ways to achieve similar results smile

I like this thread, two thumbs up. Thanks everbody.

i did a dubby track 2 years ago. http://ricozerone.bandcamp.com/track/blue

http://metrodub.co/ also might be up your alley

http://volumique.com/shopv2/product/8-b … olization/

a book about it

mind = blown.

mk wrote:

http://metrodub.co/ also might be up your alley

metrodub is the best

http://www.jahtari.org/music.htm

Old thread, just reviving cause chipdub is where the gold is at.

Also, what happened to metrodub? sad

e.s.c. wrote:

this is pretty old (2007-ish?), but its the shit when it comes to chip dub... itd usually be the thing id throw on in the car when other people were in town, since i guess pretty much no one but me noticed it the first time around
https://archive.org/details/Framebreaker-Serial_Dub

Double posting, but had to say this is great.

Subway Sonicbeat wrote:
e.s.c. wrote:

this is pretty old (2007-ish?), but its the shit when it comes to chip dub... itd usually be the thing id throw on in the car when other people were in town, since i guess pretty much no one but me noticed it the first time around
https://archive.org/details/Framebreaker-Serial_Dub

Double posting, but had to say this is great.

i love it, still not sure how i found it when so many other people missed it back then, but i've always got this on my mp3 player