Sub-bass


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Sub´-bass`


n.1.(Mus.) The deepest pedal stop, or the lowest tones of an organ; the fundamental or ground bass.
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Tracks like Drongo and Wouldn't Wanna Be Ya were irresistible blasts of frantic punk rock, sludgy metal riffs and juddering, almost-dubstep sub-bass rumble, topped by frontwoman Teresa Jarvis' jawdropping mix of Siouxsie and Karen O style vocals.
Drum 'n' bass, also known as jungle music, is characterized by fast breakbeats with heavy bass and sub-bass lines, usually created with sampled sources or synthesizers.
Sony engineers and music artists identified the critical 30-40Hz sub-bass region that is signature of today's music styles and developed an enhanced Beat Response Control design for the new MDR-1 headphones, featuring a closed back for maximum isolation and exceptional bass response.
Sub-bass performance, like a rumble, can be clearly heard, but that does tend to hide away at lower volume levels.
The virtual surround sound is excellent but not a lot of low-bass and sub-bass sounds without a subwoofer.
Sony engineers and Sony Music artists identified the critical 30-40Hz sub-bass region that is the signature of today s music styles and developed an enhanced Beat Response Control design for the new MDR-10 headphones, featuring a closed back for maximum isolation and exceptional bass response.
Night mixes," produced by Spike Bourne (Doctor When's producer), is heavier and made for a system with sub-bass.
Autopilot was built around a heavy sub-bass line and clanking rhythms, but with an almost-ethereal vocal trailing a twisted melody.
From dubstep--a popular British-rooted style based on pitch-shifting sub-bass lines far below normal frequencies and syncopated rhythms--to the drug-tinged Southern US cacophony of "trap," and Reggae-inspired "moombahton" genre, ATCR spans the techno spectrum.
The Leeds musicians are looking forward to bringing their blissful tones and weighty sub-bass, interwoven with tight rhythmic tunes, to Eric's.
Their tracks were tight and well-constructed, peppered with technical rhythmic breakdowns and skin-tingling sub-bass drops, evoking A Day To Remember and early Four Year Strong.
Already filled and churning with lightlywarmed Linden Village cider, the rumbling of super sub-bass could have had any number of malign effects upon our plucky young gig guide's stomach.