• How do you punish car thieves trying to steal your BMW? With a Dubstep security system

      We hate car thieves and have absolutely no problem with extreme security systems that punish them when they attempt to steal a car. This one is a little bit different and leaves a bit of a mess but definitely teaches a lesson. Warning, if you are a bit squeamish or the sight of blood makes you woozy you might want to skip this video. You have been warned.



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      1. Scorpion's Avatar
        Scorpion -
        Downloaded this song after hearing it, a long with 180 other dubstep songs. Still got like another 150 to go haha.
      1. lamia2super's Avatar
        lamia2super -
        lol sick video and very nice find but i have to say back when i had my system in my car my roof flexed more then that
      1. dreikraft's Avatar
        dreikraft -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DBFIU Click here to enlarge
        Found it,

        http://www.pianoteq.com/

        Listen to a couple tracks of this piano, tell that doesnt sound real!
        piano synths have been around for a while.and they've gotten a $#@! ton better over the years. im refering to synths that for whatever reason just can't ever get close like acoustic guitar nuances (fingers sliding from chord to chord), saxaphone nuances. the thump and slide of upright bass. don't get me wrong, synths add the dynamic feel on both ends, but real instruments and samples of which add that abstract texture of reality. even dubstep relies heavily on uber square saw samples, right? thats that ol school analog grime baby!
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dreikraft Click here to enlarge
        piano synths have been around for a while.and they've gotten a $#@! ton better over the years. im refering to synths that for whatever reason just can't ever get close like acoustic guitar nuances (fingers sliding from chord to chord), saxaphone nuances. the thump and slide of upright bass. don't get me wrong, synths add the dynamic feel on both ends, but real instruments and samples of which add that abstract texture of reality. even dubstep relies heavily on uber square saw samples, right? thats that ol school analog grime baby!
        Saxophone this $#@!:

        Click here to enlarge