Computer Music Magazine
" this collection of low-end rumbles, wobbly subs, and skanking bass lines, will have your trousers flapping like mad" Issue 280
The warehouse is dark and rammed up, the sub-bass pushes air so thick your chest rattles and the crushing heat so intense condensation drips off the walls - this is Bass Culture.
Bass Culture delves into the heavier side of dub and reggae bringing with it rampaging drum grooves, wobbly-wide-subs and rolling reggae basslines, glitchy fx textures and delay-mashed vocal hits, saturated rambling reverb spiralling skanks, feedback deranged horns, space-travelling tripped out synths mixed with a hefty dose of tribal percussion.
All created to incorporate weight into your productions that evoke those hypnotic late-night trance-inducing dances.
Created using a combination of live instruments, softsynths, analog outboard gear and in-the-box top-quality plugins - Bass Culture provides a broad sonic spectrum of carefully crafted, highly usable & flexible loops and one-shots that will be right at home in a variety of musical genres: From traditional heavy dub to roots reggae, UK Steppers to deep downtempo, hip-hop to breakbeat, as well as spicing up your EDM & House tracks.
Dub / Reggae / Roots / Electro / Dancehall / Hiphop / Breakbeat
BASS CULTURE REVIEWS:
Future Dub Orchestra 10/10
Computer Music Magazine 8/10
BREAKDOWN (WAV FORMAT)
|TOTAL LOOPS 345|
|TOTAL ONESHOTS 372|
* Keyboard Loops include: (Wurli, Organ, Piano, Clavinet, Rhodes, Farisa)
TEMPO RANGE: From 67BPM - 157BPM
Roland RE150 Space Echo, Roland RE-20 Space Echo, Roland Chorus SRE-555 Echo, Korg Minilogue, MoogerFooger, Traynor TR-2 Spring Reverb, BOSS Digital Reverb, Yamaha MOTIF, Warwick & Fender P Bass, 1986 Stratocaster, Gretsch, Epiphone Guitars + Various 60s Japanese guitar oddities, Ibanez Harmonics HD1000, Neuman U87, Yamaha Gro-112 II Tube Guitar Amp, Gretsch Jazz Drum Kit and Ludwig Breakbeat Drum Kit.