By admin, 2019-04-03
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A drum and bass Dubplate is an exclusive mix played by many djs on the circuit ,ajungle dubplate Dubplate or special, is an exclusive version of a piece of music, usually (re-)recorded by a Reggae, Dancehall, Soca, or Chutney artist for a West Indian or Caribbean Sound System. Although CD is now the preferred format for these recordings, the use of the word "Dubplate" (commonly abbreviated "dub", particularly in the Drum & Bass scene) to describe them has survived.
These recordings are often used for competing in a sound clash, in which rival reggae or soca sound systems compete with each other to produce the most imaginative or unusual dubplate specials. The exclusivity of the recording is made evident by changes to the usual lyrics to include the name of the sound system that has commissioned the recording, often remarking on the prowess of the sound system in question, and sometimes the weaknesses of the opposing sound system(s) in a given competition.
Dubplate Specials are an essential tool in a sound clash - the more exclusive the better - but they also form an intrinsic part of the Reggae industry. A notable example is the special of "No, No, No (You Don't Love Me)" recorded by Dawn Penn for a number of sound systems in the early nineties. The special recorded for Saxon Studio International sound system replaced the lyrics "No, no, no, you don't love me..." with "No, no, no, can't test Saxon", referring to the invincibility of the sound system. The song became an international hit, and Dawn Penn endorsed several other sound systems with the same lyrics and continued to do so for many year
By admin, 2018-08-06
Yes peeps its time for a hardcore jungle history lesson
For those who don’t know this track playing was on one of my early releases whitehouse records .
Whitehouse records was one of the most iconic hardcore labels out there.as far as I know It was born out of a distribution company called mows music machine.
Mos music machine was a major player in the distribution of early hardcore / junglealong side basement distribution, jump start , shell shock and SRD.
Back in the day the future of hardcore solely relied on the djs that played the music on pirate radio and at the major underground clubs.
Back in the day we did not have the internet , social media Facebook, soundcloud to promote our music.To promote tracks back then it was all about who you knew and which dis you could get to play your music.
Tunes were promoted on pirate radio and in the clubs and music was even promoted through the record shops..
Due to the huge amount of releases available DJS had so many tracks to choose from weekly so they had to be very selective as the majority of DJS were only booked to play for a 1 - 2 hour set .
which means hundreds of tunes back in the day were left un heard and not even promoted.
The science EP was one of my first releases to show a real buzz and brings back lots of good memories and also had a few follow ups.
I hope you have enjoyed this insite into my small piece of retro music history.
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By admin, 2017-02-17
Evolution of Jungle and Darkstep
in Drum and Bass Music
Drum and Bass, also referred to as DnB, is a genre of electronic music that originated in the
British rave culture of the late 1980s and early 1990s. Drum & bass of this period is often termed
as “Jungle”, which is a mix of several other genres like Acid Techno, House, Dancehall, Reggae
and Hardcore Techno.
What is DnB music?
If you are curious about typical elements of DnB music, such tracks generally consist of fast
sampled breakbeats played between 160 and 190 BPM. These are accompanied by heavy bass
and sub bass synthesizer melodies. In fact, the Winston Brothers made a significant contribution
to the drum and bass music with their funk song "Amen, Brother". The commonly-used
breakbeat called “Amen Break” used by drum and bass artists everywhere is sampled from that
song. Other bands and artists in the D &B arena include Pendulum, Noisia, Black Sun Empire,
Concord Dawn and Spor.
Jungle ends….Darkstep begins
At the end of the 1990s, the term “Jungle” started to wane, as Drum n Bass began to
incorporate fewer influences from genres such as Reggae and Dancehall. That is when
“Darkstep” began to take shape in the form of DnB. Like other drum and bass subgenres, its
musical characteristics include heavy use of sampled breakbeats and synthesized bass and the
overall song structure and length is consistent with jungle and other drum and bass styles.
What is Darkstep?
If you compare the more mainstream drum and bass artists to Darkstep, you will find that
producers are more inclined towards a uplifting mood via their music. This accomplished by the
use of atmospheric synthesizer melodies, film samples and influences from industrial and
alternative genres of music. But what really works for Darkstep is the dynamic combination ofthe often distorted and twisted lead bass sound and the heavy drum beat. An interesting aspect
about this version is instead of sampling breakbeat loops played by actual drummers as it
happens in other D & B genres, Darkstep producers often write their own drum loops using
drum machines. It shares a similarity with live drum and bass sets too – they hardly play live
instruments during shows. DJ equipment is used for creating live mixes of tracks.
Sub-genres like Techstep and Neurofunk were conceptualized by D n B producers who discarded
the Reggae and Dancehall elements of early Jungle recordings for more complex breakbeats and
electronic rhythms. That is why Darkstep is often used interchangeably with these terms, but
even though they are similar, each sub-genre has its own individuality.
By admin, 2017-02-12
There are many names for Dnb, Junglist.
But when it comes to The science album you have to decide for yourself.
51 Tracks old and new featuring:
Down Inna Babylon
Narley Hard Step Mix
Badman Amen Bounce
We Control The Sound
Love And Joy
Where Is The Love
Bline 2 Go
Dont Hold Back Big
2099 Dub B
I Have A Dream
Aint No Sunshine
Bizzy B My 193
Calling The Amen
Bizzy B Training The Mind
Dark Funk Done
16 Track Ting Vs 2 Pac
Bizzy B Tdk Selecta
Little Phat Roller Maxed
Bizzy B Fire
Bizzy B 2099 Dub
Bizzy B We Intelligent Max
Love And Joy Master Ii
Jah Bizzy B
Dont Go Dub ( Dub Ii )
Barrington Levi - Under Mi Sensi ( Remix )
Jah Ridim - Bizzy B
By the end of the nineties DnB and Junglist was among the UK's greatest music scenes, with a years of club tunes as well as bangers preceeding that point. Today, it's totally installed popular.
Read more at http://www.capitalxtra.com/xplore/the-25-biggest-drum-bass-tracks-of-all-time/#B1l28rjslADFWSse.99
drum n bass Songs Manufacturing Software applications used
Renoide, Cubase, Reason, Adobe Audition and more
I have actually been playing with songs manufacturing software program since I downloaded a test variation of Cool Edit way back in high school. It was type of clunky, but I definitely loved it. I unexpectedly had a powerful program in my hands the could do all type of musical points that I had never ever envisioned feasible. I can manufacture my very own tones, give them various ambiences and also effects, layer numerous tracks on top of each various other, play points backwards-- you name it. By the criteria of today's finest music manufacturing software program, It had not been extremely powerful, yet at the time it definitely blew me away.
Making dnb music music was a dream of mine at the time. I even contemplated mosting likely to university to begin a songs market profession. One of my siblings was heavily associated with the songs sector as a regional entertainer in LA. Although he wasn't truly making a profession from it, he did have a great clean additional income from his shows. I did not have the abilities to be a musician, yet I did have an ear for songs. I might take a good track as well as make it much better-- a skill that music producers require.
I determined to purchase some severe music production software concerning the moment I left high school. I was a rationalist. Although the innovation wasn't rather up to what it is today, I still recognized that music manufacturing programs were the wave of the future. Getting racks as well as racks of workshop devices was much too costly-- specifically for an amateur noise videotaping designer like myself. The software application for songs production cost numerous hundred bucks, but this was absolutely nothing compared with the prices of products sound recording tools.
liquid drum and bass
What I didn't understand at the time was the amount of different ranges of songs manufacturing software there are, and also just how various the outcomes were between them. A common music production program could run anywhere from 50 bucks to 500, I know to have the exact same functions. Some were basically music recording and also blending programs, made to do multiple tracks and tidy up the audio high quality. Others were designed for digital music recording artists. They had music sampling, advanced effects, and also MIDI capabilities. I gradually recognized that if you wished to be a recording engineer, you should have among whatever as well as have the ability to do it all. You could not quite possibly have actually somebody entered into your studio as well as unable to access the tools he needed. I made a decision to learn everything.
Which one do we go by?
drum n bass
drum and bass radio
drum & bass
drum and bass artists
drum and base
liquid drum and bass
Which is the most suitable name? There are so many diffrent variations , Is jungle dead? Or is it just getting started.
By admin, 2016-12-11
I recently had some issues with the brain dat archive files being transcoded, I am pleased to announce that I have managed to get a hold of the original DAT tapes and I am now re running the lot .
I have found some nearly lost pieces which were only on dubplate along with some of the rare material we did for Fist 2 fist Records.
The first stage is to run off all of the DAT tapes and then cut them up into single tunes. I was lucky to purchase a almost new Tascam DA 20 DAT machine so this stuff is sounding as pristine as the original recordings without glitches.
I am also revamping junglist download so that the minimum download is ranging from a 320 MP3 to Losses WAV file ( No Transcodes )
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