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Hyperbass - Terminal Velocity EP download album

  • Performer: Hyperbass
  • Album: Terminal Velocity EP
  • FLAC: 1761 mb | MP3: 1858 mb
  • Released: 1996
  • Country: UK
  • Style: Happy Hardcore
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 294
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Hyperbass - Terminal Velocity EP download album

Terminal Velocity EP ‎(12", EP, Promo, W/Lbl). DJ PURSUIT & MC DOMER + RESIDENT MC'S LIVE @ TERMINAL VELOCITY (12-02-10) by krspursuit. DJ PURSUIT - DJ BRISK VINYL TRIBUTE MEGA MIX (1992-1998) by krspursuit.

Michael Manring demystifies the Zon Hyperbass at our home in December of 2007. This is the lead in to the song "The Enormous Room" already posted on YouTube.

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The hyperbass flute is an extremely rare and the largest and lowest pitched instrument in the flute family, with tubing reaching over 15 metres (49 ft) in length. It is pitched in C, four octaves below the concert flute (three octaves below the bass flute, two octaves below the contrabass flute, and one octave below the double contrabass flute), with its lowest note being C0, one octave below the lowest C on a standard piano.

On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Photo of Hyperbass - Terminal Velocity EP. More albums of Hyperbass: We're Droppin' This. Generator, Bass Invasion. This album was released on the label Evolution Gold (catalog number EVG 020). This album was released in 1996 year.

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Album · 2011 · 2 Songs. Terminal Velocity EP - Single Steve Haines.

Terminal Velocity Intro. Walking With Angels Featuring Cyrus Malachi. Listen to Terminal Velocity EP in full in the this site app. Play on this site. 2011 Cuttin It Fine Music, Higher Heights Music.

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The Hyperbass is the first instrument of its kind, designed specifically for altered tuning. One year in the making, the Hyperbass is Michael Manring's signature instrument, developed in conjunction with and for this virtuoso bassist. The Hyperbass offers limitless altered tunings and an extended range of playability and sounds for the player interested in exploring new directions in bass. Each version features a three-octave fretless neck and heel-less extended cutaway. A bookmatched curly maple top laminated to a poplar body core gives this bass a full, rich, transparent sound.


Terminal Velocity 4:09
Hardcore Domain 3:56
Hyperbass Anthem 4:01


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EVG 020 Hyperbass Terminal Velocity EP ‎(12", EP) Evolution Gold EVG 020 UK 1996
EVG 020 Hyperbass Terminal Velocity EP ‎(12", EP, Promo, W/Lbl) Evolution Gold EVG 020 UK 1996

For me personally, 1996 was the last year of quality Happy Hardcore (Bouncy Techno for the UK punters), there was a number of good releases in 1996, this is one of them. The Hyperbass Anthem is the track most people would know (although Hixxy is the only one I know who played it), starting off like a piano house track, it literally explodes into an uptempo Happy Hardcore track. I spoke to David "Copey" Copeland in 2000-ish through the old Evolution Records website about it, he said he tried to make it sound like Jiiieehaaaa by Diss Reaction. He also mentioned that the track took only a few hours to complete. Based on this information, I have a better appreciation of the Hyperbass Anthem.My favourite track, however, is Hardcore Domain. Similar to the Hyperbass Anthem, its clocking in at 180-190 bpm. I particularly like the synth riffs in this track. The kick is slightly more harder but uniquely Scottish and works well with the synth riffs. The track rolls along quite nicely and doesn't get boring. Most Evolution Gold releases had a "Scott Brown Remix", it would have been nice to see Hardcore Domain get the Scott Brown treatment.Terminal Velocity is a similar track to Hardcore Domain, but its riffs aren't as good and borders on generic Bouncy Techno. The other thing I don't like about it is the weak kick, its noticeable compared to the other two tracks, its almost irritating. Although the EG with its "hypnotic" arrows, almost make up for those minor issues!Several years later, it was nice to see David finally work with Scott Brown. David mentioned that Stuart McNiven had very little to do with the production of this record. Although Scott Brown and Davie Forbes get the credit for good Happy Hardcore, I felt Hyperbass deserved a mention as well.
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