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A very low-pitched bass sound of a non-cyclic nature. The sound is sample-accurate looped. It might sound like clicks on ...

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A 1-shot sample taken of an 18-inch diameter, 16-inch deep floor tom, recorded with an Equitek E100 close-mic, a Shure ...

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A 1-shot sample taken of an 18-inch diameter, 16-inch deep floor tom, recorded with an Equitek E100 close-mic, a Shure ...

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A 1-shot sample taken of an 18-inch diameter, 16-inch deep floor tom, recorded with an Equitek E100 close-mic, a Shure ...

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Huge three second bass drop made in Audacity. Sounds great through a sub!

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Ultra Subs were created by Rob Deatherage of the band STRIP for their music production. Processed for the ultimate sub ...

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A 1-shot sample taken of an 18-inch diameter, 16-inch deep floor tom, recorded with an Equitek E100 close-mic, a Shure ...

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Tone generated by Audacity, original sine wave rendered at 600 cycles per second.

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A 1-shot sample taken of an 18-inch diameter, 16-inch deep floor tom, recorded with an Equitek E100 close-mic, a Shure ...

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machinelike Bass Sound... machinelike rythmic bass with a little breath-like flavour or somewhat like a ventialtion very far away 100% ...

l00per99
February 4th, 2012
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generated with free synts edited with soundforge 4.0xp, (pack/session name "next box")

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Some kind of a subbass sound, generated with Adobe Audition. This is the A1 (55,000 Hz).