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The less said about this the better, because it’s always a contentious issue in DnB circles… but let’s be honest, who doesn’t love a bit of wobble?
Perhaps now more associated with dubstep than DnB, the quivering plate-of-jelly bass created by assigning an LFO to the filter cut-off has come to typify the sounds of new skool jump-up and resultantly led to the highly derogatory term ‘wobble’.
For a master-class in ‘wobble’ done properly, check Taxman’s 2004 classic Too Bad.
Warhead: DJ Krust’s 1996 classic stepping groove, simple but devastating.