Jeff Rhodes describes the production process... "I've always liked mixing things up, and anything as heavy and sci-fi sounding as Dubstep was just naturally going to find it's way into my head. By the time I got into really investigating Dubstep, it had evolved into such a powerful sound that it was impossible to ignore and I had to get my hands on it. I wanted to use the momentum of all the wobble basses, tweak the videogame synth sounds, ride the triplet hi-hat rhythms, and nail down the tight kick & snare beat that drives this energetic new music. The goal was to get into the sound of it, but to still keep a little bit of that outsider style going on. The touch of industrial music influence I tried to add was what I feel makes it all fall into place in these kits. I found myself reaching for the compressor a lot, as well as all manner of distortions and bit crushers to shape the sound. And the FX breaks were like an all expenses paid vacation! What more can I say about getting to make such chaotic soundscapes in the middle of a track? It's not often that a person gets to throw out the rulebook and still succeed, but Dubstep seems to be a place you can do that, and everyone is invited. I hope you dig what you hear and find some cool new ways to make it part of your music."
All Kits are provided in a uniform 140 BPM tempo ensuring that they slot together effortlessly and are available as ACIDized WAV, Apple Loops, REX and Reason ReFill.
Pricing and Availability:
Experimental Dubstep Vol 2 is available for instant download for £19.95 / 25,69 EUR / $27.03 USD.