Dubstep Tutorial Day 7: Mixing & Mastering And The Final Song! [7 Day Song]

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Dubstep Tutorial Day 7: Mixing & Mastering And The Final Song! [7 Day Song]
– Get the reason file here.

Grab this song on…
iTunes:
Amazon:

– head over to my website to see the text version of the tutorial, grab some samples and check out my other blogs and tutorials!

Dave from boyinaband explains quickly how to mix and master Dubstep in Reason, then plays the full finished Dubstep 7 day song!

Don’t forget to post your dubstep songs as video responses so I can check them out and offer constructive criticism!

The song was inspired by Rusko, who is frickin’ awesome – you should youtube him.

Sweet!
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36 thoughts on “Dubstep Tutorial Day 7: Mixing & Mastering And The Final Song! [7 Day Song]”

  1. It’s definitely not like todays dubstep. (Skrillex, Nero, Excision, Dr. P,
    Knife Party, Flux Pavillion)

  2. Sweet 🙂 You´re a muse dave. Like these tutorials…. Helpful and
    containing many great ideas! 

  3. This just goes to show that no matter how much you know about production,
    your tracks can still be complete shit

  4. Until you create something yourself too, except only mixing existing songs,
    just shut the fuck up…

  5. the problem with this is its too basic and not very original, complex, or
    aggressive. try listening to omnivore, he makes some of the best dubstep
    ive heard and is one of my biggest inspirations.

  6. Dunno what everyone is talking about, the song sounds pretty great, and I’m
    sure he’d have made it better if he didn’t have to explain everything he
    does to people, plus he made it in a bloody week!

  7. Why because he says top notch? Yeah, we all do over here. We’re all
    Victorians, we all know the Queen and we all eat tea and scones. To be
    fair, I’m not really complaining. Our stereotypes aren’t really that bad :L

  8. Just saying, cookie monsta uses this software, and he’s gone professional,
    so just listen to what this dude says and even if you don’t like the track,
    you can learn from it, it’s not about weather you like it or not, it’s
    about the quality, yeah it doesn’t have a mahoosive drop and big massive
    ass squealy bassline’s, but for someone who’s a beginner trying to get
    somewhere, video’s like this can be very helpful, don’t be so quick to
    judge

  9. Are all of the things used in this free? I’m looking to produce some
    dubstep but can’t find a synth like massive that I can automate in pro
    tools, I can’t seem to be able to edit the actual “wobble” like you would
    in this or ableton live and I need to be totally legit because it’s for a
    youtube group. So it’s going out to a LOT of people and there’s the whole
    pirate stuff I don’t want to get into.

  10. Don’t get me wrong, I’m English as well. Also I kind of like our
    stereotypes as well :L

  11. not just cookie monsta, jakwob uses it and kill the noise used to use it
    before he started using ableton (to make collaborations easier) 

  12. Why would you share all of your secrets. Good music is like magic. You
    don’t just give away your techniques. I have been learning Reason7 from
    Dave for awhile now. Thanks Dave.

  13. hey i got reccomended to you by a friend on constructing a song this is
    really good 🙂 except.. i use ableton Xd thank you for taking 7 days to
    make these videos for us dave.

  14. Thanks for making the effort to help hundreds of beginners get started,
    much appreciated boyinaband! 

  15. the song itself is kind of terrible but I can appreciate the fact you know
    how to use the program, nice job :P

  16. These have been invaluable in bridging the intimidating void between
    figuring out how individual instruments and devices work, and knowing how
    to actually build a track out of them. It’s still an area where Props are
    sorely lacking – “Thanks for buying Reason, n00b! You’ll figure it out,
    probably. Byeeeee!”
    Cheers for sharing your knowledge!

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