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Synonyms for bass

Synonyms for bass

being a sound produced by a relatively small frequency of vibrations

Synonyms for bass

the lowest part of the musical range

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the lowest part in polyphonic music

an adult male singer with the lowest voice

the lean flesh of a saltwater fish of the family Serranidae

any of various North American freshwater fish with lean flesh (especially of the genus Micropterus)

the lowest adult male singing voice

nontechnical name for any of numerous edible marine and freshwater spiny-finned fishes

having or denoting a low vocal or instrumental range


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Dub reggae rhythms and grime-reminiscent synth melodies meander in and out of earshot alongside screeching drones and the sounds of industrial production, frequently coalescing into a deep, bassy groove, but always seeming to do so at random.
By the late sixties, Blue Cheer was turning Eddie Cochran's "Summertime Blues" into a soup of bassy grunge, the Beatles were splicing and re-splicing tape clips for "Revolution 9," and Jimi Hendrix was coaxing feedback from his guitar amp for a screaming "Star-Spangled Banner." Music to the postmodern ear.
To bet ter assist Danish companies on the Pakistani market, the Em bassy of Denmark in Islam abad will open a commercial section later this year." He said that Denmark could provide state-of-the-art technology to Pakistan for En ergy conservation, Water Con servation, Water Pumping and Water Purification to help it overcome challenges in these areas.
"Then Don created this whole trend of the booming, omniscient, bassy, sexy, powerful, authoritative male voice," says Bell, who adds that an even newer "everyman" trend has replaced it--"no longer the voice of God, but the voice of your next-door neighbor."
Unfortunately, muddy sound turned opener Brick By Boring Brick into a mess of bassy noise, but from then on in it was one hi-octane number after another.
New music, like that of singer and songwriter Blick Bassy, will also please.
On his new album Leman, the singer, songwriter, guitarist and percussionist Blick Bassy connects the music of Central and West Africa with bossa nova, jazz and soul.
The bassy, swinging title cut (one of six led by Spanish vocalist Minerva Diaz Perez) begins the set's alternation between live instrumentation ("Float" and "Saxomat") and more sample-based tracks (NYC-based emcee Chevy's rap turn on the crackling, thumping "More Pepper") with Perez switching between a breathy whisper and a forceful contralto as the song's texture requires.
Anne-Marie Bassy's essay on the inventor of Monsieur Prudhomme, Henry Monnier, is very thorough and informative, presenting its many repercussions on narrative, style, and the notion of the 'sketch' in literature.
On the opening track, "Love Letter From a Dead Man," her vocals are low-tension and low in range, matching the growling, bassy rift that underlies the song.
Sound: The speaker system, after some first-quarter jitters, was deep, bassy and loud without being obnoxious.
`WE HAVE a big bassy, hard-driving rock, the lyrics are introspective and it's also backed u p by lead guitar,drums and keyboards.
I stepped into the Zen-meets-industrial-and-has-a-baby-style lobby and was greeted by a thump of deep bassy electronic trance music.