My Dubstep Maker Site!

Hi and welcome to my dubstep maker site! My name is Tom Perry and I'm a dubstep music producer and DJ from Los Angeles California. I've decided to setup this site to help new dubstep makers learn the ins and outs, find the right tools, and get some solid information on how to get started with producing their own dubstep music at home.

If you're anything like me then you have fallen in love with dubstep music over the years and you would love to create tracks that sound like Skrillex, Benga, and the likes. I am always listening to mixes, Djing, or just plain thinking of new ideas for tracks and beats, so I know what it's like to have this burning desire to create and produce!


One thing I've noticed is that many people get confused when they are just starting out, so the aim of this page will be to get you up and started quickly with recommendations for software and tutorials that you can use to educate yourself fast.

If you have any suggestions or questions please feel free to get in touch!




Great Tutorials to Teach You the Basics

These are some of my most recommended tutorials that I think are just great for helping newbies get started. You'll grasp the basics of making dubstep beats very fast (the foundation of this style of music), as well as mastering dubstep bass.

1st - Check out this tutorial on dubstep beat making at:
Audio.tutsplus.com (a great site for learning audio production)

2nd - Check out this highly informative post over at
Looperman.com which discusses many key tips for beginners.
Recommended Dubstep Maker Tools

One of the questions I get asked most is what production tool new dubstep makers should be using, because there is a huge selection of both complicated (and expensive) options on the market as well as cheaper (or even free) stuff out there.

A great option is to check out this
dubtep maker which is a great option for people who are just getting started. You get a ton of samples, and an easy to use interface that makes learning dubstep production fast, easy, and fun.

If you want to try something a little more complex then I would recommend
Cubase which is a stellar program!