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Why I stopped producing Dubstep

Posted by Mudstep - February 10th, 2018


Ever since I started production 2 years ago I've always been trying some way to make Dubstep. I had ton of crappy "failed attempts" that have since been removed from Newgrounds and SoundCloud (I have a few decent Dubstep tracks still on here though). The main issue with me is that I seriously cannot make drops. No matter how hard I try, it doesn't come natural to me. That's how I make my tracks. It comes natural to me,  I never sit down and try to make a song. For many people, making dubstep comes easy. I've seen producers come to make AWESOME Dubstep tracks after just 6 months of learning. Eurobeat is a genre that I can produce without stress and confusion, and that is why I am a Eurobeat Producer, rather than a Dubstep Producer.


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Don't stress; Dubstep is an extremely hard genre to master.
It honestly takes varying amounts of time to master dubstep, and I haven't yet, but I'm working toward it.
Here's a bit of advice: If you don't put in any effort, you won't get very far in anything.
It's true for everything. You've got to actually put in the effort to create something amazing, and if you only produce what comes naturally to you and never step outside your comfort zone, you will not go anywhere anytime soon.
You got this, just keep trying.