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This is a dub style in the genre of "Real Rock" created in Jamaica years ago. I used marimba and steel drums for the melody. Hosts of garagebands drumkit generators too. I particularly like "African" kit for percussion. I played drumset live, Roland HD-1. I'm impressed by it's tracking too. Wrote midi parts using m-audio keyboard. Vocal parts are real audio tracks. I had fun. Thanks for tuning me in.
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Uploaded: Mar 26, 2012 - 10:18:33 AM
Last Updated: Mar 26, 2012 - 11:15:31 AM Last Played: Jun 15, 2019 - 03:38:02 PM
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KCsGROOVE said 2647 days ago (March 26th, 2012)
rockers riddim
I lit me a J and dreamt away :-)
Cool piece !
Check out my latest song called HAVE YOU EVER (band version)
davajonah said 2647 days ago (March 26th, 2012)
Not enough
dub around these parts! So it's always good to see a dub track up on the chart page. Real nice and laid back, great bass, as is needed. And some fab delays on the percussion. Real cool. [I'd be tempted to do this to more of the other instruments too] I'd been listening to Sly and Robbie before coming over here, so I am well dubbed, thank you!
Check out my latest song called Lost and Found
peterms said 2647 days ago (March 27th, 2012)
diggin It!
I've been a huge fan of Sly & Robbie since the 1970's! I was restrained in my echo use. I could change things...but maybe its time for me to move onto something else. I get it to a point of over saturation...then brain fog. Will try another dub. Jah bless.
Check out my latest song called How Cool Is That!
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Name: peter seaton
Location: Syracuse New York USA
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I have fun recording and relaxing in my home studio. Some years ago I started writing my own drum and bass riffs and then keyboard parts came via a sequencing keyboard and progressed from there to learning how to play/write the parts in my arrangeme... [see more]

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Dub is a form of Jamaican music, which evolved out of ska and reggae in 1970s Jamaica. The dub reggae sound includes adding extensive echo and reverb effects to an existing music piece, sometimes accompanied by snatches of the lyrics from the origina

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