Bass Theory Tutorial (Analog Sub Included)
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Bass Theory Tutorial (Analog Sub Included)

Hey guys, made a tutorial on replacing your lowend with a dedicated sub, and some methodology behind that. I've also included a free download of a sub I made with all analog equipment. Cheers!

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