Dubplate cutting


#1

Best online website for getting dubplates cut?


#2

http://www.transition-studios.com/contact.html


#3

thank you


#4

yeah transition are top imo. got them done in a few places but transition are worth the money.


#5

A lot of people rave about the mastering jobs Beau at Ten Eight Seven mastering does, I’m assuming he does cutting as well?


#6

got the few dubs I have from Dubstudio Bristol. can highly recommend them.

http://www.dubstudio.co.uk/dubplates/


#7

Anyone remember that thread that was posted a few months/weeks ago that was about a kickstarter for this portable mastering and pressing plant? It was also in Bristol and apparently Kahn uses it.


#8

that was dubstudio

heard great things about them


#9

they’re good, but i found my transition ones last better and track a bit better.


#10

do they do international shipping?


#11

if you’re in the states:
http://www.turnstylerecords.com/


#12

DubStudio is great :slight_smile:


#13

Does anyone have any experience with
http://www.cutadub.com/


#14

Dubturbo got your dubs


#15

Yes…I won’t say anything negative necessarily because I had a good experience with them professionally, but the sound left a bit to be desired to be frank. Hate to say it.


#16

Thanks. I’ll probably save up a bit of money and go with dubstudio or transition


#17

What are your guys philosophy to decide what tunes you cut? I’m trying to slowly load up my DJ bin with dubplates but its such a huge investment, I’m kinda scared I might regret cutting one tune over another.

Thoughts anyone?


#18

My philosophy is simply tunes that i like which only got a digital release, or ones that are too much p on scogs but digis are available


#19

Pretty much the same for me. Our dubstep night is vinyl only so theres no other choice than cutting digi only releases.

I have them cut by a local fortunately. I don’t have to wait more than a few days and the price is really fair.


#20

yes. jason knows. especially for the heavier stuff… loud but not squashed and overcompressed. heavy but not rumbling.
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