January 2012 releases from LuckyMe, Omar-S, Metroplex, Echospace, Crow Castle Cuts, Modeselektor & More.

2012 cometh….

Here is a sneak preview of whats due to come next month (Jan 2012) at Rubadub. Highlights include the Machine Drum and Ango releases on LuckyMe and the new FXHE by Omar-S and OB Ignitt. The 5 Years of Echospace compilation is also expected and the uber-limited hand printed Kimyon twelve on Metroplex.

Check them all out at our Forthcoming section.


Serato Scratch Live 2.3.3

Serato have just released Scratch Live 2.3.3. It’s a free download and is available from the Serato Site now.

You can get more info and purchase Serato Scratch Live from our goodselves at Rubadub either in the store or on the site. Also feel free to contact us with any questions. 


Here is a list of some of 2.3.3’s main features

Cue Point Labels

64-bit drivers for Mac

Better software THRU mode indication for the SL 2, SL 3 and SL 4

Core Audio/ASIO drivers for the SL 3 and Sixty-Eight

Improved Scratch Live user interface layout for minimum screen resolutions

Added native support for the Pioneer CDJ-350

Added native support for the Pioneer CDJ-850

Support for all current Rane Scratch Live hardware (SL 1, SL 2, SL 3, SL 4, TTM 57SL, Sixty-Eight)

Teenage Engineering OP-1, Shipping Now.

The Teenage Engineering OP-1 has finally arrived at Rubadub just in time for Christmas. We’ve been drooling over the OP-1 since we saw it previewed at the Frankfurt Musikmesse way back in 2009.

Not only does it look amazing, The OP-1 is a Sampler, Synthesizer and Controller rolled into one. It will work with you DAW of choice and also features a 4-Track Tape Recorder which allows you to record anything you want or go crazy with the overdubbing.

The OP-1 is now available to buy from our online store or in the shop. It’s free shipping for all UK customers and if you are from outside the EU then please mail info@rubadub.co.uk and we will work out the best shipping rate for you.

Use this link for more info and to purchase the OP-1


Altering Illusions (5 Years of Echospace)

Echospace [Detroit] are celebrating their first five years of releasing records by dropping a mammoth 4×12" compilation titled ‘Altering Illusions’ in early January 2012. 

The label are treating fans to whole slew of unreleased material from Deepchord, cv313 Intrusion and Variant, all beautifully mastered and spread across 4 x 160g coloured 12" vinyl. 

We’re currently accepting pre-orders for this on the site and all customers will be notified as soon as the record lands in Glasgow. 

Use the link below to pre-order and preview the release.


Behold! The Eowave Ribbon! This thing is magnificent. It’s a monosynth, USB/MIDI and CV ribbon controller that is definitely eyecatching. I know some of you will be thinking, ‘yeah, we hear it looks cool but what practical use will it be to me?’ and I suppose the practical applications might be a little limited but that’s hardly the point. This is a controller that makes you think creatively. It works in an entirely different way to the vast majority of controllers available right now and you’ll instantly find yourself inspired as soon as you get your hands on it. On another note, it’s worthwhile considering the impact that this controller would have to the visual aspect of a live performance. Let’s face it, the usual electronic performance setup of one guy crouched behind a laptop possibly checking Facebook is the least visually inspiring liveshow going. Can you imagine how much better it would be if you could be cutting about the stage brandishing the Ribbon like a lightsaber? Well, we can and it is pretty sweet. If you fancy standing out from the crowd both musically and visually then you should seriously have a look at one of these. We absolutely love it.

To purchase or to find out more info on the Eowave Ribbon then please click on the link below.