In this video, DUB FX goes thorough some of his essential gear. Starting arou... more
In this video, DUB FX goes thorough some of his essential gear. Starting around 0:30 in this video, he talks about his Rode K2 mic:
“…definitely my microphones, because I’m a vocalist, and pretty much most of my music comes from my mouth. So definitely the Manley VOXBOX… as well as my Rode K2 mic, which I love the sound of. Being a valve mic it brings out the growl in my voice a lot more, and it sounds great for beat-boxing as well, it adds a little bit of harmonic soft clipping - sort of that distortion in the bottom end as well as the top end. It just sounds really smooth.”
In this Video Dub FX ate using Korg Electribe Sampler Music Production Statio... more
In this Video Dub FX ate using Korg Electribe Sampler Music Production Station Black - https://instagram.com/p/28kqIKp6xz/?taken-by=dubfx11
In this excerpt from a Dub FX interview, Dub FX discusses why he likes the Bo... more
In this excerpt from a Dub FX interview, Dub FX discusses why he likes the Boss RC-50 Loop Station Looper Pedal. He originally started with the Akai Headrush pedal as a looper pedal, and a Boss GT-6 guitar pedal for effects, before making the switch to the RC-50. The original interview can be found here.
Dub FX uses a Boss RC-50 Loop Station along with a GT-10 effects pedal to cre... more
Dub FX uses a Boss RC-50 Loop Station along with a GT-10 effects pedal to create vocal-only beats, and then raps over the top, as described in this article
[What made you choose the RC-50 out of all of the loopers out there?](http://... more
Dub FX: I originally started out with the Akai Headrush pedal as my loop pedal with a GT-6 guitar pedal as my effects. I had been experimenting with the effects pedal for a few years in bands and one day stumbled across Mal Webb, who also uses the Headrush. He totally opened my brain to the possibility of looping and how powerful the voice alone can be. I knew that combining it with the GT-6 could be something different and cool.
In this [interview](http://blog.rolandcorp.com.au/index.php/interview-with-du... more
In this interview from Roland's official blog, Dub FX is asked "What do you like most about the Boss RC-505?" to which he responds "I make everything live on the looper, however for the new album I’m thinking of having some sounds and loops stored in the looper… but I also use the SP-555 to trigger off drum loops. That’s only for the end of the set when I make Drum n Bass."
In this video, "RC-505 Loop Station with GT-10B Performance by Dub Fx", Dub Fx demonstrates how he uses the Boss RC?505 Loop Station Pedal.