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The word to describe dubstep where there is double time going on within the double time nature of the track (ie. for a 160BPM track, it sounds like 80BPM and 40BPM simultaneously)

Also lends itself to quatrestep and cinqstep where in cinqstep, successive 2 time patterns of musical features give rise to a '4 beat 16 bar' pattern. This will fuse with Jazz and Blues in the early 2020s to form a genre known as 'Cinqstep blue.'
Man this dubstep is heavy, its like there is an extra layer of drum pattern, its like tribstep man!
by mids28 November 08, 2009

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