** DUB ** ??

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Post by steevio » Fri Aug 01, 2008 5:37 pm

it was the first three 3000003 releases.

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Post by AVX23 » Fri Aug 01, 2008 7:18 pm

steevio wrote:it was the first three 3000003 releases.
ahh - thought so, I can surely testify to the bass on them - f'kin monstrous :)

I can't believe they were mastered by the shanti - man I love those records just that little bit more now 8)

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Post by clubfoot » Sat Aug 02, 2008 8:59 am

did anyone used to go to House of Roots on a sunday?

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Post by stanhope » Sat Aug 02, 2008 9:21 am

The term "dub" refers to many things

1- Style of instrumental reggae where the vocals are cut off via engineering work. Later evolved into straight up instrumental reggae.

2- Dubplate, Dub. First physical form of a drum and bass or jungle track, most likely on a cheap vinyl, for club testing purposes. Hence a dubplate is an unreleased work until it is put out by a label, thus becoming a proper record. Now applies to various dance|vinyl releases.

3- Second coming of dub (mostly minimal technoish). Features original dub techniques in its sound (prominent sub bass, delay, reverb, analog equipment). Think Basic Channel, Pole etc. (visit Ishkur's guide to electronic music for further examples)

4- Nowadays, it somewhat refers to an instumental of a track containing vocals. for example : Fedde le Grand - Put your Hands Up for Detroit (dub)

That's what i can think of right now.

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