Acid Rub Sound From Drop Bass Network And Analog Recordings. Label: Avex Trax – AVCD-11386. Format: CD, Compilation.
Various - Drop Bass Network. Various - Hi Speed Techno Groove Vol. 6. Various - Subvoice Vs Analog. com All rights reserved.
Singer: Various Album's name: Drop Bass Network Label: Rhythm Republic – RRCD-36 Type: CD, Compilation Country: Japan Date of released: 1996 Category: Electronic Style: Hardcore, Techno, Gabber, Experimental, Acid. Various - Drop Bass Network MP3 version. 1322 downloads at 15 mb/s. Various - Drop Bass Network FLAC version. 1915 downloads at 11 mb/s.
school acid techno bass. Time Machine : Drop Bass Network, The Hard Side P.
bass drop sounds (32). Most recent Oldest Shortest duration Longest duration. Any Length < 2 sec 2 sec - 5 sec 5 sec - 20 sec 20 sec - 1 min 1 min. All libraries Fred Weinberg BLASTWAVE FX ModeAudio Soundmorph SoundBits Sound FX Charlie Atanasyan. mp3 wav. Bass drop, medium. STFX Bass Drop medium. Category: Other Ambiances.
Arts and entertainment. At the time I thought Drop Bass Network was doing badass revolutionary events, but I realized the ogs were the Merry Pranksters. Yourself sound system crews go all out to give Midwest talent a place to play and everyone else a place to gather in smaller groups and connect. We didn’t want their hard work lost in the Main Stage announcement so today is about them. All eight of the DIYss event pages are live now. Go and show some love.
All Tracks are Vinyls from Drop Bass Network mixed by Clemens Acidus at 28. Feb. 2015. 05. dbn033 - b1 - lausen - anti static . acid inhaler 06. dbn031 - b2 - sonic tourism - phorsfor 07. dbn032 - a2 - goio - commands . basic needs 08. dbn042 - a3 - formalities - incontinent . direction or error 09. dbn017 - a1 - dj hyperactive - don't fuck with. off keel 10. dbn032 - b1 - goio - commands. strike 11. dbn039 - b2 - beverly hills 808303 - greatest shit - south pacific +. 12. dbn048 - b1 - joe natoli - blood-suck - xxx 13. dbn039 - a2 - beverly hills 808303 - greatest shit - signals.
Sound degradation: Analog recordings degrade each time they are played. When you press the Play button, physical contact is made between the recording and the player. As when you rub sandpaper against wood, some of the detail on the recording wears away. Before long, you start to hear the cracks and pops associated with old recordings. Lack of portability: Vinyl records are hard to carry around and listen to wherever you want. Portability: You can take digital sound anywhere on a variety of devices, and you can transfer it from network to computer very easily. Durability: Digital audio doesn’t degrade like analog audio sources.
|3||–Nick East||Rodox Training||5:47|
|4||–Fanon The Big Kid||Groov Explosion||8:11|
|6||–Delta 9||War 196||5:13|
|7||–Loco Puertoriqueno||Buggin' Electro||4:45|
|11||–Out Of Key||Were, There, Here||4:03|
- Coordinator [Int Biz Coordinator] – Akiko Ihara
- Coordinator [Special Coordinator] – Tom Yoda
- Design – Head Laboratory
- Directed By [A&r Director] – Toru Aeba
- Executive Producer – Masato "Max" Matsuura
- Mastered By [Engineer] – Tetsuya Yamamoto
- Other [Overseer] – Miwako Matsumori
- Producer [General Producer] – Shinji Hayashi
NotesTrack 3 listed as Rodox Trading
Track 4 listed as Groovy Explosion