Made when reggae producers played the recording studio like an instrument, dub initially existed as the experimental, mostly instrumental B-sides of reggae records. The style typically employs extremely heavy use of reverb (echo and delay) and prominent bass guitar heavily EQ'd to emphasize the lower frequencies. Instruments or vocals can suddenly appear or disappear, always swathed in reverb. It is not a genre known for its subtlety. This style tag is often combined with others when a record has dub influences; it needn't be pure dub music made in Jamaica.
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