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Initial post: Oct 29, 2011 12:05:49 PM PDT
Im interested in creating/mixing Dub (as in the style of 70's Dub) and I'm wondering which mixers and DAWs that would be suitable for this kind of genre.

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 8, 2011 7:01:18 AM PST
well, to be quite honest, the DAW only depends of the user, if you're comfortable with a certain DAW(Logic, Protools, Live, FL studio, Cubase, etc...) you will be able to create and mix any genre or style of music. You might not like the built-in plug-ins and effects in the DAW of your choice but you will be able to find lots of VST, AU or RTAS plug-ins that will suite your needs. In my opinion, do some more research, youtube, company websites and create your own opinion of the software and find the plug-ins that will give you that 70's style that you're looking for. Hope this helped somewhat .
Good luck

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 13, 2011 11:18:16 PM PST
I agree with Jean where he says about DAWs, but try Audio Damage VST products for the dub fx you are looking for. At first, Audio Damage Dubstation delay. And try control it with any hardware with knobs. Jah, man.

Posted on Nov 14, 2011 7:18:15 AM PST
W. Crouse says:
Ableton live is a great environment for dub mixing, very flexible send/return routing and also allows for feedback routing (make sure to use a limiter!)

Posted on Nov 30, 2011 12:44:48 PM PST
vrknoise says:
Check out the discussion board and the dub scrolls for production techniques, mon:

Posted on Dec 6, 2011 8:20:41 AM PST
Chako Kanyon says:
There are a variety of different software packages (ProTools, Reason, etc.) for making dub or any kind of music.
I've been successful with Apple's Garageband. of course, all this digital is miles away from Tubby and the beautiful
mixes he's left behind. But you can still make some cool music with it: here's a sample of mine - one of my first with Garageband, if'n you're curious about Garageband.
I now use a combination of Garageband, Audacity, and then Pro Tools for mixing. Sometimes, you gotta just make do with what you've got. Just like in Kingston! Rock!
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