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post #121 of 174

"Evil Dub" by Trentemøller is currently my go-to track for deep bass.

post #122 of 174

Not sure about deep but 'Prodigy - Thunder' is incredibly bassy.


Edited by TheJesusGuy - 1/15/13 at 12:01pm
post #123 of 174

Bassotronics - Sub Bass Excursion

post #124 of 174

Get on the old atmospheric drum & bass tip.  All of it has crazy deep (and VERY clean) sub-bass.  Here's an example:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qJ3ppztCbFM

post #125 of 174

Bass Mekanik has some pretty deep bass, and frequency indications per song on the album covers as this stuff is meant for car audio competitions.

Juno Reactor has some tracks with nice bass... Tracks that come to mind are Insects, Mutant Message & Tokyo Dub, but there are many more...

post #126 of 174
tsunami bros. enter the temple
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Edited by rock&rollfrenchfries - 1/27/13 at 1:45am
post #127 of 174
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Are you saying that the V-Moda M-100, Ultrasone Signature Pro/ DJ/ Edition 8 could not, or were they not included in your auditions?

 

Lol, those headphones certainly couldn't handle what LLF is talking about

post #128 of 174

i really liked save the world by swedish house mafia. but not the original song though

post #129 of 174
listen to the song bass head by bassnectar while watching the spectrum analyzer in foobar for a good laugh.
post #130 of 174
3:32 into Lucky Man by ELP and again at the end of the song has a synth. dancing around 32~.

I also read that My Heart Will Go On has some very low sub bass.
post #131 of 174

I have to admit Bob Marley ripped in FLAC has some lovely Sub bass. not too deep though, perhaps 30-40hz

post #132 of 174
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I have to admit Bob Marley ripped in FLAC has some lovely Sub bass. not too deep though, perhaps 30-40hz

 

Agreed. There's some pretty heavy bass on a lot of Marley's records. I know Aston "Family Man" Barrett played bass on most of them and also co-produced. He also played on a lot of Burning Spear and Peter Tosh records which have some nice deep bass as well.

post #133 of 174

Ruffneck (Full Flex) - Skrillex has some quick changes in bass frequencies that sounds deep and amazing. Datsik though I believe generally has consistently deeper bass than most other artists in alot of his tracks.

post #134 of 174

Barefoot - Murmurs has crazy bass. 

post #135 of 174
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Here's my nomination - "Boomin' Granny" by the Beastie Boys. Man that's a trunk rattler.

you've got to be joking right!? I've got XB500s and I hear no bass. The 808 kicks are the only form of low-end bass in the song. That g-funk moog type bass has got like no low-end. This bass in the following song is fairly deep and is well played

 


Edited by KElyas - 2/21/13 at 3:12pm
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