This is the buttonbass Dubstep Cube This cube has some of the most pumping dubsteb beats.
buttonbass.com was launched in august of 2007 by me, Jason. I had a set of music samples I wanted to mix up
and I didn't have any software available so I made a program to mix them up. My friend came over and was playing
the program for over an hour. So I thought It would be cool to upload it to the internet. So I bought the
buttonbass.com domain name and uploaded a few different programs I made. A short time later I made the piano.
I put the song Jingle Bells up to play on the piano. Then people began to submit many songs for the piano.
After about a year I got my friend Everett involved in producing the site and getting the name out there. From there
we had a friend Ariel that made music. Ariel, Everett and I spent many afternoons recording sound samples,editing the
samples, designing ui, making beats, ordering beats, designing t shirts, stickers, programming and barbecuing.
Within the last year we brought Stephan on board. He has skinned the whole site with a new look this summer and has
other good ideas in the works right now.
Between the four of us, we have the website generating over two million views a month. The site is popular all over the world
and continues to grow. Thanks for being part of buttonbass.
DOWNLOAD You can download many of the widgets from the website and keep them. Navigate to our downloads section.
In the drop-down menu on Audacity's Device Toolbar, choose “Wave Out” or “Stereo Mix” as the input source. (The exact name may be different, depending on your computer's sound drivers). On Windows, if you don't have a “Wave Out” or “Stereo Mix” option, or if it won't record, go to the system Control Panel and try to enable this option there. For instructions see: Using the Control Panel on the Wiki.