How to Create Your Own Dubstep Music for Free

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You can create your own Dubstep music for free using the software that is available online. You will need to have a computer with an Internet connection and a sound card.


Whether you’re a professional musician or a total novice, there’s a good chance you’ve at least heard of dubstep music. This electronic dance genre has taken the world by storm in recent years, and shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. If you’re interested in creating your own dubstep tracks, there are a few things you’ll need to do first. In this article, we’ll show you how to create your own dubstep music for free.

What You Will Need

-A computer with internet access
-An email account
-basic knowledge of music production
In order to create your own dubstep music, you will need a computer with internet access and an email account. You will also need some basic knowledge of music production.

Step One: Choose Your Software

In order to create dubstep music, you will need to choose the right software for the job. There are many different software programs that you can use, but not all of them are created equal. You’ll want to choose a program that is user-friendly and that comes with a variety of features that will allow you to create the best dubstep music possible.

One of the most popular programs for creating dubstep music is called Fruity Loops. This program is very user-friendly and it comes with a wide variety of features that make it perfect for creating dubstep tracks. Another popular program is called Ableton Live. This program is also very user-friendly and it comes with a wide variety of features as well.

Step Two: Choose Your Samples

Now that you have your software set up, it’s time to choose the samples you’ll use to create your dubstep track. There are a few ways to do this:

You can use pre-recorded loops or samples that come with your software. These are usually labeled by genre, so they’re easy to find. Just make sure that the tempo (BPM) of the sample matches the tempo of your project.

You can also buy professionally produced sample packs. These often come with loops and individual samples that you can use in your track. Prices vary, but you can usually find packs that cost between $10 and $30.

Finally, you can record your own samples using a microphone and an instrument or any other sound source. This gives you the most control over the sound of your track, but it requires a bit more work than using pre-made samples.

Step Three: Arrange Your Samples

The final step in creating your Dubstep song is to arrange your samples into a track. You can do this by loading the samples into a DAW (digital audio workstation) such as Ableton Live, FL Studio, or Logic Pro.

Once you have your DAW opened up, create a new project and add a kick drum, snare, and hi-hat to start with. These will be your foundation, so make sure they sound good together. From there, you can start adding in other elements like basslines, synth melodies, and whatever else you like.

Arranging your track is simply a matter of putting the elements in order and adding effects like reverb and delay to taste. If you want to get fancier, you can start playing with sidechain compression and other advanced techniques, but that’s beyond the scope of this article.

Once you’re happy with how your track sounds, export it as an MP3 or WAV file so you can share it with the world!

Step Four: Add Effects

Now that your basic track is complete, it’s time to add some effects. The most common effect in dubstep is the wobbler. To create a wobbler, you’ll need a sound with a lot of low end. A good choice is a kick drum or bass synth. To add a wobbler, you’ll need to modulate the pitch of the sound. There are many ways to do this, but the easiest is to use a LFO.

A Low Frequency Oscillator (LFO) is an oscillator that produces frequencies below 20 Hz. These frequencies are too low to be heard, but they can be used to modulate other sounds. To add a wobbler, you’ll need to route the LFO to the pitch control of your sound. Most synths have an “LFO” section where you can select the waveform and routing for the LFO.

The most important thing to remember when creating a wobbler is that less is more. If you make the wobble too intense, it will mask the other elements in your track and make it sound muddy. Start with a slow LFO rate and increase it until you find the sweet spot.

Step Five: Export Your Track

Now that you have mixed down your track, it is time to export it as a .wav file so you can share it with the world (or at least your friends). In your DAW, go to File > Export > Wave/PCM and choose where you want to save your file. That’s it! You have now successfully exported a dubstep track that you created yourself.


In conclusion, you now know how to create your own dubstep music for free. You have all of the tools that you need at your disposal. You also know how to mix different tracks together to create a masterpiece. So what are you waiting for? Get out there and start creating some amazing dubstep music!

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