Get the classic sound of the 808 along with a whole world of sound tweaking tools and features with this new bass softsynth, which is discounted for a limited time only.
Genelec will be introducing the new F Series subwoofers in mid-May 2019. In the meantime you can find out what design and performance features make them "no compromise" units.
The new Bass Master synth plugin features dual layers and choices from 217 waveforms per layer for some classic and experimental bass sounds.
Use this quick technique in any software or hardware synth to create a deep sub bass that can lend weight to the bottom end of your productions.
A longtime studio favorite among producers of all manner of electronic styles – from hip hop to techno and everything in between – Rob Papen’s Subboombass gets a much-anticipated refresh.
Watch iZotope’s Neutron in action. This AskAudio Mixing & Mastering MasterClass features Lead Product Specialist Evan Allen mixing a Track with Neutron.
Output’s instruments are known for being unique, and now they've focused their attention on bass. But will the earth move?
The SubPac M2 has been getting lots of attention and with good reason. Forget the concept of listening to weak bass in your headphones, The SubPac M2 let's you experience deep bass in your body.
We often talk about being "immersed" in music, and now SubPac have a new wearable version of their tactile system which literally lets you feel the bass and the music in your body.
With a little knowledge of FM synthesis you can create sounds you may not have imagined possible. Noah Pred shows how to make huge bass tones, textured pads, rises and more in Ableton Live's Operator.
Looking for an instrument to give you that satisfying low-end your tracks are begging for? Hollin Jones checks out SubBoomBass and gets more than he bargained for.
Is your bass a bit muddy? Spreading over the left and right channels in an unwanted way? Mo Volans comes to your rescue in this tip on how to reduce the stereo width of that untamed bass in your mixes
In Part 2 of this Extra Bass series Mike Watkinson demonstrates how to use a simple sine wave generated by the EXS24 to add sub-harmonic content in a controllable way.
If a kick drum has no bottom end then it is a reasonably straightforward process to add more using a sine tone generator and noise gate. For a pitched bass part such as bass guitar, where the recorded
Occasionally you might want to use a sound in a mix that just lacks some low end punch. In some cases traditional equalization will do the trick and adding a small amount of low end will get the job d