They still exist, the good, classic ones Dub- quality work. Hand-played, melodic basslines, cleanly produced, inspired mixed - no experiments, no steppers, no "bass farts". Just neater Dub according to the gold standard. Felix Wolter makes it possible: ”Dubvisionist Meets Dr. Markuse in Studio M7“ (TimeTools). "We had recorded a few backings for my label 11-7 Records," explains Felix, "we added new keyboard melodies and Dubs mixed from it". So very simple. Felix is known to be a purist of the old school. Sound wizard, which he (also) is, he dispenses with technical frills, grand gestures and spectacular effects. He prefers to stick with the old school Dub Faithful to craftsmanship based on good sound and classic mixing. That could also be boring if it weren't for these superb recordings that he, Markus Dassmann (Dr. Markuse) and Marco Baresi made so lovingly and masterfully by hand. Felix points to the originals that it natural also there. Where would we be if just here Dubs would arise without the original version! Finally needs a good Dub always a good original! You'll have to search the 11-7 catalog to find them, though. Clever Marketing!
By the way, the cover and title are obvious references to “Jah Shaka Meets Aswad in Addis Ababa Studio” – one of the best (in my opinion). Dub-Albums of all time. Clever Marketing! But even if the comparison is perhaps a bit exaggerated: I like ”Dubvisionist Meets Dr. Markuse in Studio M7” exceptionally well. Dub, as it says in the textbook. Nice to hear that there is still such beautiful music to be elicited from this classic concept.