billybusa
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I'm making a deathcore song and I really want this in the breakdown

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4U9xeUJY_Yo

beginning at 2:37, they use it a couple of times
it's like BOOM *breakdown*

how do I get that, and what is it called?
also, anyone know more sick breakdowns with these things?
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yeah I thought that too but some people say a bass drop is just a slide on the bass
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Quote by billybusa
yeah I thought that too but some people say a bass drop is just a slide on the bass

It isn't. It is a sample. There has to be some sort of sampling thing to do it live. A lot of bands have their drummer have a little electronic pad hooked up to some sort of brain. The hitting of it triggers the sample.
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ok, anyone happen to have that sample?
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#6
Google 808 sample.
It's a bass drum sample commonly referred to as a bass drop. There's tons of variations of the 808 sample. I had a package of em a while back, you might be able to find that.
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ok thanks
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these guys aren't really all that bad. It's nice listening to deathcore very very rarely ha.

I've found myself getting more and more into it the more I listen to it. I still hate pig squeals and stuff, but I guess I just just pay more attention to the instruments than the singing, although I do like the not-so-deep vocals some bands have, reminds me of Converge.

I was listening to Elysia's deathcore stuff in my friends car the other day, and every time there was a bass boom his speakers would just shit out and make sounds like the fireworks at the end of the levels in Mario Bros. for NES.

So I cranked it.
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My favorite bass drop is in Hey John Whats Your Name Again. The only song I like by The Devil Wears Prada.
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Quote by IlikeTheSKA

I was listening to Elysia's deathcore stuff in my friends car the other day, and every time there was a bass boom his speakers would just shit out and make sounds like the fireworks at the end of the levels in Mario Bros. for NES.

So I cranked it.


nice x), thats going in my signature
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Originally Posted by IlikeTheSKA
So was listening to Elysia's deathcore stuff in my car. and every time there was a bass boom my speakers would just make sounds like the fireworks at the end of levels in Mario Bros. So I cranked it.
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My favorite bass drop is in Hey John Whats Your Name Again. The only song I like by The Devil Wears Prada.


at what time is that?

I haven't heard a bass drop in that song

at least not a big one
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#13
Don't over use bass drops though as more than a couple in one song will sound pretty bad.
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Bass drops are awesome, The Red Shore had their pad set up on their IKTPQ/BMTH tour, and seriously, you could feel the air coming out of the speakers.
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I've yet to find a live performance with bass drops on youtube :/

anyone got any?
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Quote by billybusa
I've yet to find a live performance with bass drops on youtube :/

anyone got any?



i know suicide silence uses them live. when they were doing sound check the drummer hit the pad like a million times

edit: heres a video fro, the show. im pretty sure at 1:33 he uses it. i could be wrong
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vFjCFbYrrPQ
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Quote by billybusa
I've yet to find a live performance with bass drops on youtube :/

anyone got any?

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Quote by Internal Chaos
Bass drops are awesome, The Red Shore had their pad set up on their IKTPQ/BMTH tour, and seriously, you could feel the air coming out of the speakers.



Yes! The soundcheck for their drums was mad. He did like 10 in a row.