Deepest Bassline?

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Ian C
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Deepest Bassline?

Post by Ian C »

I wonder who knows/has a tune that has the Deepest Bassline or Note on it?.

Recently bought 'Rhythmatic - Wind Me Up' and the track 'Ded Lo' has a very deep Bass Note.

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Post by Rodders »

i remember eric cartman finding the "brown note" in an episode of south park once :D

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Post by Ancodia »

Maybe not the lowest, but an absolute classic:

Innerzone Orchestra's 'Bug in the Bassbin'

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Post by markus »

Didn't LFO's LFO use to be considered the reference track for boom cars?

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Post by 'Steve' »

Yeah LFO is the only track which actually makes my car shake. :) I'm sure there are a few others that would but LFO definitely springs to mind.

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Post by Ian C »

Hi all,

LFO was the one until I came across this Rhythmatic tune, i'll try and find a sample of it.

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Post by dee3 »

Yeah, LFO could probably be measured on the Richter Scale back in the day;
but try for example also Dillinja's "The Angels Fell", Alex Reece's "Pulp Fiction"
or Tronikhouse's (that's Kevin Sanderson of "Inner City"-fame, BTW) "Straight Outta Hell" for woofer VC-bottoming action...
Could mention a load of others, but I'll stop here...


P.S. How could anyone forget Altern8's "Infiltrate 202", BTW?
Especially in this forum... :wink:

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Post by 808state's Tartan Army »

LFO was too much for the speakers in my car. They always cut out! lol. Pacific 909 was quite punishing on them as well.

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