Fairy Tail Music Gets a Dubstep Makeover

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Music from the anime series Fairy Tail gets a heavy dubstep remix in this fan-made video.


Dubstep might not be the first genre of music you think of when it comes to the anime series Fairy Tail, but that’s exactly what one fan has done with a new remix.

The original Fairy Tail anime series follows the adventures of Lucy Heartfilia, a young mage who joins the titular wizard guild and quickly becomes embroiled in all sorts of magical shenanigans. Over the years, the franchise has spawned multiple anime series, films, video games, and other forms of media, all of which feature an eclectic mix of music.

Now, one fan has taken it upon themselves to give the franchise’s music a dubstep makeover with a new remix. The remix, which is simply titled “Fairy Tail Dubstep,” takes some of the franchise’s most iconic tracks and infuses them with heavy bass and drums to create a whole new listening experience.

Whether you’re a fan of Fairy Tail or dubstep, or both, this remix is definitely worth a listen. Check it out below!

What is Dubstep?

Dubstep is a genre of electronic dance music that originated in South London in the late 1990s. It is generally characterized by sparse, syncopated rhythmic patterns with prominent sub-bass frequencies. The style emerged as an offshoot of the UK garage scene, drawing on a lineage of related styles such as 2-step and dub reggae. In the early 2000s, dubstep began to spread and evolve outside of London to other areas of the UK, and then further afield.

The first dubstep record is generally cited as “Sweetz” by Bristol-based artist Horsepower Productions, which was released on El-B’s label Ghost Recordings in 1998. The track featured a distinct Garage sound that would go on to be the blueprint for early Dubstep productions; dark, minimal drum patterns with sub-bass driven melodies.

The Evolution of Dubstep

Since its humble beginnings in the early 2000s, dubstep has evolved into one of the most popular genres of electronic dance music. Dubstep is characterized by its heavy basslines and synthesized melodies, and often features samples of other genres of music, such as hip hop, dub, and drum and bass.

Fairy Tail is a popular anime series that follows the adventures of a group of magic users. The show’s soundtrack features a mix of orchestral and electronic music, making it the perfect candidate for a dubstep makeover.

In recent years, there has been a growing trend of remixing anime songs into dubstep. This trend began with popular songs from shows like Naruto and Attack on Titan, but has since expanded to include music from all sorts of anime series.

The Fairy Tail dubstep remix featured in this video was created by YouTube user Dj-Jo. Dj-Jo is a professional musician who has been creating dubstep remixes for over six years. His remixes are characterized by their clean production values and creative use of sound effects.

If you’re a fan of Fairy Tail or dubstep, then this remix is sure to please. Turn up the volume and enjoy!

The Popularity of Dubstep

The genre of dubstep has been growing in popularity over the past few years. This type of music is characterized by its heavy bass, which can create a feeling of euphoria. It’s no wonder that dubstep remixes of popular songs have become so popular.

One recent example is a remix of the song “Fairy Tail” by the Japanese anime series of the same name. The original song is a beautiful ballad, but the dubstep remix gives it a whole new feeling. The heavy bass and energetic beat make it perfect for dancing or just enjoying the sound.

This isn’t the first time that anime music has been remixed with dubstep. In fact, there are entire compilations devoted to this pairing. If you’re a fan of either anime or dubstep, then you should definitely check out these songs. They’ll definitely get your feet moving!

How to Make Dubstep

In order to make dubstep, you will need a few things.

First, you will need a computer with a program that allows you to make music. programs like FL Studio, Ableton Live, and Logic Pro are all popular choices among dubstep producers.

Next, you will need some sort of audio interface to connect your computer to your speakers. This will allow you to hear the music you are making as you are making it.

Last, but not least, you will need some sort of MIDI controller. This could be a keyboard, a drum pad, or even just a simple mouse and keyboard. A MIDI controller will allow you to control the sounds in your DAW (digital audio workstation) more easily.

Once you have all of these things, you are ready to start making dubstep!

The Benefits of Making Dubstep

There are many benefits to making dubstep music. Dubstep can help you relax, focus, and even fall asleep! Dubstep can also help improve your coordination and sense of rhythm. If you enjoy listening to music, making dubstep can be a great way to express yourself and connect with others who share your passion.

The Best Dubstep Songs

There are plenty of great dubstep songs out there, but these 10 tunes really stand out from the pack. Whether you’re looking for something to get your heart pumping or just want to relax and enjoy some great music, these tracks are sure to please.

1. “Bassnectar – Timestretch”
2. “Excision & Datsik – Swagga”
3. “Flux Pavilion – I Can’t Stop”
4. “Skrillrex – Summit”
5. “Zeds Dead – Coffee Break”
6. “Nero – Promises”
7. “Passion Pit – Carried Away (TiĆ«sto Remix)”
8. “Borgore – Gore Gore featuring Ajapai”
9. “Zedd – Spectrum feat Matthew Koma (Krewella Remix)”

The Future of Dubstep

In the past few years, dubstep has taken the music world by storm. A style of electronic dance music characterized by heavy bass and drum beats, dubstep has become one of the most popular genres in clubs and festivals around the world.

Now, it seems that dubstep is making its way into the world of anime with a new remix of the opening theme for Fairy Tail. The remix, which was created by Japanese producer Dimaleth, gives the original song a heavier, more energetic feel with some additional dubstep elements added in.

Whether or not this remix signals a larger trend of dubstep influence in anime remains to be seen, but it’s certainly an interesting new take on the genre.

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