A YouTube Gem. Dubstep Mixing Tutorials.
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    Default A YouTube Gem. Dubstep Mixing Tutorials.

    Just stumbled on this guy.. (note the number of views ah!)
    He uses a Mixtrack, but I'm sure the techniques can easily be done on other controllers.

    His annotations are spot on, DJTT should get him to do tutorials.. wow!
    And check out his mash-ups, he still annotates what he's doing!

    Haven't been overwhelmed like this by tutorials since Ean's!

    http://www.youtube.com/user/CautionCrisis

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oqki1clSnAg

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OyZUG4LX6Jc

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rblflLpfblc

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SoWz_BgCDLs

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QNjOOEasiZE

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bo-nio7lt5o

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    thanks for sharing, i will check it for sure

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    he put vci 100 knobs on his mixtrack just like i did

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    Watching the first video, he says "all the songs are in the same key, so they'll mix perfectly" The intro to woo boost is totally clashing with i need air.

    Also, I dunno, guess I prefer a more subtle/less apparent mixing style.

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    thats some good shit

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    i think he missed the memo about not touching the beatmasher every 5 seconds.

    bad dj is bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heaps View Post
    Watching the first video, he says "all the songs are in the same key, so they'll mix perfectly" The intro to woo boost is totally clashing with i need air.

    Also, I dunno, guess I prefer a more subtle/less apparent mixing style.
    Yeah, filtering out the low end doesn't kill the mid-range of the bass part on 'i need air' which is in a different feel to the other track.
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    a lot of clashing too..

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    something he didnt pay attention to is energy level. IMO thats more important than key (when talking about dubstep). like someone else said, the one mix was a wreck. i dont give a shit if its in key. in the 'how to use cuepoints' video, his mashup worked because it was in key. GOOD. i enjoyed most of it. now let me see you mix them one after another. youre either taking a big step up in level, or a big one down.

    and echo freeze fade out for 4 or 8 beats would make it work (maybe), however.
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    I liked them. Ok maybe some of us would have done this differently but as tutorials they really good because the annotations were so well done.

    Thought even thought he used beatmasher allot but it was interesting and seemed to help with the transition. The cutting worked well.

    Keep up the good work.

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