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Dubstep and DnB difficulty?


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How easy/hard would it be to implement Dubstep and DnB themed songs? 

 

Just asking because there's very few in CF and with the odd tracks actually in RS (Radioactive etc) that have that theme, is it because it's just too hard to notetrack? Or is it just that people would prefer generic rock genres over something more EDM-based?

 

I'd personally have a go at tracking some of these myself but honestly...I wouldn't know where to start as I'm not good with the software side and i'd probably get the timing wrong. But if someone could shed some light on it I could see where this could lead into me creating my first CDLC.