Calling all dub producers who use original analog reverb tanks and tape echo machines. Dubbhism wants your track for an analog VA-release showcasing the sound of oldskool analog dub. Let's do this!!
Are you producing dub tracks using Great British Springs, original analog reverb tanks by Accutronics, Belton, vintage tape echo machines by Roland, Korg, analog BBD-based echo/flanger fx etc.? Please let us know about it. Contact us via dubbhism(?)xs4all.nl or via http://www.facebook.com/Dubbhismhttp://twitter.com/dubbhismhttp://soundcloud.com/ism-studio
Dubbhism wants to compile a 'various artists' album (to be released in 2012) showcasing the sound of analog dub equipment. It's not about recording your masters to tape, about vintage eq, exotic mixing desks or anything like that. We're just interested in tracks that feature a healthy dose of analog reverb and/or analog echo. No plugins, only the vintage fx, the electronica, the hardware. You can mix on your iPad if you want to, but the dub fx have to be analog, and we don't mind if the track is a little noisy.
All types of dub are equal to us, no matter if it's roots dub, techno dub, minimal dub, world dub, lounge dub or any other type of dub you have invented in your studio. For details give us a shout.. out...
related blog post here http://www.dubbhism.com/2011/11/calling ... using.html
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