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already read the dubstep forum but would like another source of music.
sorry, no i dont.
oh. you were joking! :D
if it's free shit and mixes you're after then www.barefiles.com is pretty cool.
i sometimes go to this israeli one also: http://www.dubstep-ting.com
don't listen to the scene derk, she's just mad she lives in norfolk.
to find many. MP3 sharing is hugely frowned upon in the dubstep community.
I used to visit a few but tended to receive loads of grief so they stopped posting any MP3s.
i seem to be able to find mixes in abundance, but it's a lot more difficult to find individual tracks...
only expect to get new releases on vinyl my friend. The quality of an MP3 just is not sufficient to truly appreciate the bass frequencies.
Why you'll never see a dub DJ using CD's.
fools, then, as CDs can produce more in the way of bass frequencies than vinyl. Nyquist theorem says that the sampling rate of CDs are more than enough to perfectly reproduce the bass range (it's higher frequencies the sample rate affects), and the physical limitations of vinyl mean that certain types of sub bass would make the needle jump out of the groove, or the grooves be too wide and bleed into each other.
should just get Appleblim's Dubstep Allstars compilations (one to six).
mix out yet? I want it!
quite understand why you would reply to a dubstep thread solely to make wanky comments. There must be some incredibly bored people out there.
Beatport & Juno download have all the new releases and a fair few classics.
If you need help knowing what to get just buy everything released on Hessle Audio, Hyperdub or Punch Drunk. Those labels come with consistant quality.
The new darkstar 12" on Hyperdub is incredible, who'd have thought vocoders and 80s synth pop melodies would bleed into dubsteps sound?