So you want to learn the production techniques required when learning how to make dubstep music or your own.

Depending on the tools that you engage, the process can be complicated and time consuming, or it can be relatively easy. In order to make your own Dubstep songs, perhaps the most popular option to start with is a program called DUBturbo.

For intermediates to beginners, this is truly the most viable option as software to make dubstep music. Experienced producers will be able to utilize the great variety of sounds and samples that are supplied with the downloadable package.


  • Download Dubturbo from the official website of the software manufacturer
  • Get a version for Mac as well as the original PC windows version
  • Thousands of amazing sounds, samples and instruments included
  • Make Dubstep beats in minutes, not hours
  • Suitable for those with no or limited amounts of experience
  • NO equipment needed



Optional Equipment for Professional Producers

As mentioned above, with a program such as Dubturbo, as long as you have your computer and the software, there is not any additional hardware required to make your own dubstep songs. Especially with the built in keyboard drum machine feature.

Should you be seeking to compile a professional grade music studio, engaging a program such as Pro Tools (from $430.00) then you may want to consider:

Mixing Desk/Console: All Digital Audio Workstations have the capacity to mix (change levels/volumes) though the constant use of the mouse can become irritating and not to mentioned painful on the wrist, for hours on end. Opting for a Pro Tools package such as the LE with the small console is certainly a very viable option. However any decent DAW will have the capacity to connect with most mixers, which can be bought online second hand for great deals.

Monitor Speakers: In order to truly hear what you are creating, studio grade speakers are essential. However, headphone alone will do the job. (see below) There are the industry standard Yamaha NS-10, which are obsolete and perhaps the closes replacement being the HS-80M. It should be noted that these speakers don’t actually sound that good, it just so happened most engineers commenced to engage them, so there it became the benchmark for a good mix. Perhaps if you can make something sound good on the NS-10, then on decent speakers it will sound amazing. However, cheaper brands such as Behringer (yes, they are German) are great value.

Studio Headphones: If you have money to splurge on any other single piece of studio equipment, it should by all means be headphones or “cans”. Brands like Sennheiser, Shure and AKG all represent good value and cannot be overlooked for entry level and highest professional level options. The bottom end is honestly represented in good studio Cans, and is especially important with Dubstep.

Again, they don’t have to be big brand-name headphones, but they do need to be headphones.

Download DUBturbo, plugin your headphones and get started with producing your own Dubstep tracks now. Click the button above, to get the software now.