This course starts with a fully produced Dubstep track and expertly deconstructs it track by track. Hear the awesome finished tune, then see pro production techniques deployed. There's really no better way to learn advanced production and Logic! Check it out!
As one of the original pioneers of the early 1990s hardcore breakbeat/techno scene (which eventually evolved into drum & bass), Nigel had a string of dance chart hits in the UK, under aliases such as Release and Rhythm Junior.
EDM producer Nigel Broad is back with his much anticipated follow-up to his Dubstep Essentials course. However, this time he approaches it in reverse! You get to hear the final production and then sit back as he divulges his pro production techniques and deconstructs the drums, bass, percussion, pad and lead tracks right before your eyes.
Although this course (and the track itself) is produced in Logic, it's extremely relevant to every producer, no matter what DAW you use. That's because Nigel leans heavily on a lot of 3rd party plugins like Massive, Maschine and Razor as he unleashes the power behind his deep and nasty track.
So if you want to learn the magic of professional Dubstep production, sit back, switch the player to HD mode (hit the letter H) pop in to fullscreen and get ready to take notes, This course is going to change the way you approach producing music. You can count on it!
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Hindie wrote on October 28, 2015
I enjoyed watching this course. ItÂ´s on an old version of logic but there are a lot of important information on how to produce this genre of music. You will be pleased.
Paul wrote on February 8, 2015
Excellent allrounder course on producing, mixing and mastering dub-step music by Nigel Broad in Logic Pro 9. Like Nigel's other bass music courses all the techniques he utilses in this course can be easily transferred to other DAWs.
I also recommend watching 'dub-step essentials' and 'confessions of a drum & bass producer'.
Rob S wrote on October 17, 2013
A really excellent tutorial. No long windedness or repetitiveness. Nigel covers all areas and you'll find that you will learn a whole bunch of great mix techniques along the way too.
Arturo De Santiago wrote on August 29, 2013
A good sequel course to Dubstep Essentials. Repeats a lot of the same stuff though. Was a bit disappointed to see Razor, Massive & Omnisphere used so much all of which I don't own. More Logic please..
the Cold Shoulder Kid wrote on August 4, 2013
A much need and appreciated addition to Dub Step Essentials. Great for anyone wanting to gain more knowledge on the genre. The techniques here expand the use of Logic, Maschine, and other plugins.
producer1.1 wrote on July 29, 2013
...as always, Nigel did create an excellent tutorial which one can watch really more than once. I find it inspiring and very informative. Dub Step production, sound design and the finishing of a complete track, just everything in Dubstep Deconstructed.
Anthony wrote on July 17, 2013
The tips in this course are an absolute heaven sent. The mixing tips are top notch. The course is exactly what it is - dubstep deconstructed - & it sure does deconstruct the genres production to bits.
Justin Arbabi wrote on June 23, 2013
Super awesome, I am hesitant to say there's anything wrong with this tutorial considering that having access to this is a privilege in itself. However, I wish there was less about native instruments
Ben Rico wrote on June 7, 2013
Great tutorial to watch if you are into Electronic Music Production. Many 3rd party instruments/Soft Synths were used as well as Logic instruments. What impressed me the most, was that the majority of the mix decisions were being made with Logic Plug-Ins. Nigel did a great job of offering alternative solutions from start to finish. Even if you are not a big fan of dubstep, Even if you don't use Logic, you can learn a lot from this tutorial.