My bro Dj UMB has dropped DRUMSTEP for the last months, with HUGE response..
Most of us, normally confuse a dubstep with drum step, tho..
Average Drumstep could be a track combining the same elements (broken beat, bass, production techniques) as a drum and bass track, but with a sorta slower tempo (say 150-170 BPM) or even slower (say 90 BPM), that tune; might not be drum and bass but a drum and bass-influenced breakbeat track.
Half-step is usually a big part of the drumstep genre; as with a slower bassline people can concentrate in the melody and not the broken beat.
Another great part of drumstep is the unconventional approach of composing it.
Tracks that could be labeled “drumstep” because mostly these songs are coming from producers who were into drum and bass, and also sometimes using a syncopation with the snare placement on the third beat of every bar instead of the traditional second and fourth beat.
and something i`ve been noticing is the use of sub frequencies which makes a track darker than the usual Drum&Bass
LETS START WITH THIS WICKED POST
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Caballo & The Mothafu Kings- Headbanger by caballo
another approach we can have to Drumstep is this one..made by the super talented
Kanji Kinetic – Chainsaw
16bit – Chainsaw Calligraphy (Kanji Kinetic Remix) by kanji
Alexandre – Tender by alexandresounds
and for some of you who want to see a difference btw the three (Drumstep, Dubstep and new DnB) here`s a wicked and very 2010 drum n bass
remember… by schoco
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