Hey Christian here, and your reading my review of the music production software DUBturbo. If you like my blog articles please click the +1.
Why am I writing this? Well I got the software last week, made a few tracks with it and thought that it would be fun to do a review. It is an intuitive little program that I think people will get a lot of use out of. I will go over both the good and the bad point of this software and why I find that it will be useful tool for years to come.
As you can see the interface is simple and straight forward. I find that this helps me to focus on making beats right away without distraction. The tools are all easy to navigate and use and exporting your tracks is a simple task. The only thing I found to be complicated, though it is a great feature, was the process to import you own samples. Luckily they offer tons of tutorial videos in the members area that explain how to do every thing in the program. After a quick search on their site I found the short video and was on my way to making original beats.
Perhaps for me the most exciting feature is that it is portable. It is like a streamlined inexpensive home studio that you can access from home or the website via smart phones, tablets and laptops, you don’t even need a midi controller. This gives you the freedom to realize your musical ideas whenever creativity strikes.
A quick overview of the features.
- 16 Track sequencer, drum machine, and piano roll
- Step write or real time record your beats and melodies
- Tons of high quality drum kits and keyboard samples
- Import feature to expand the sound libraries
- Use computer keyboard to program your patterns
- Can access the software online from anywhere
As you can see this program is jam packed with features and makes writing beats fast and easy. If you are serious about making dubstep, garage, hip hop, or DnB music than check out DubTurbo.
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