Re: I wanna do dubstep
I don't blame lebeaux for being pissed off with topics like these. The OP is valid in his statements however it can just be frustrating sometimes because it would be great if all the inspired energy of newer producers could go toward something more innovative. When I began as a producer, I was really interested in creating these bass heavy songs. What I've found with the passing of time though is that you can listen to only so many bass blasts. Bass is a useful tool, but balance is far more valuable, and balance is what brostep lacks, which will lead to it's quick extinction imho. Rhythm and musicality will trump boring dubstep no matter how heavy it may be.
In order to make your dubstep interesting and true music I'd really focus on your sound design and resampling, your percussion and rhythms, chord progressions, and the like. Ask questions, watch videos, whatever it takes to build your skills but know that it's a solitary job and in the end you've got to figure it all out yourself. Best of luck.