Originally Posted by AndreasMergner
If I listen to Swagga, I can't get it out of my head for a while. Snake Eater probably has more bass, but Swagga isn't as repetitive and is so dirty sounding. I think it hits a bit lower too.
You probably have already heard of Bassnectar. The song is really good, but isn't in the same league as far as bass as the two mentioned before.
All of Luda
's latest album hit really low. How Low is one I use to demo, but it is a little annoying waiting for the bass to finally come in IMO. Otherwise, I love all of Luda's stuff.
That Rusko one is growing on me.
How low has a certain frequency.
That is the song I demo for people who want to hear the bass in my front yard.
It shakes right through my living room when it hits.
is exactly that.
Sawtooth versus Sine wave plus COMPRESSION! (In a fantastic way)Bassnectar - Magical World (Remix)
This makes me want to have subs in my car soooooo bad.
I might have to call up Fi one of these days...Benny Benassi
Here is a present to all of the GUYS out there who enjoy powertools, DIY, and bass.
It isn't super low, but I always joke that I would love to have what I call a "Benassi-Button"
When pressed it would add 500% compression and 1000% volume, the disco ball would drop, smoke machines would fill up the place and lasers would be everywhere. Trust me, you will know what I am talking about. 0:30 in the video.
In the third verse, after the breakdown, he uses a synth that hits the same time as the snare does and makes the snare sound like there is a bunch of awesomely nasty reverb and it goes for ages. 1:49/1:53
The album version is a little longer with a way better/longer breakdown.Benny Benassi - Satisfaction