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bassy

[′bās·ē]
(engineering acoustics)
Pertaining to sound reproduction that overemphasizes low-frequency notes.
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Silvana Arbia & Giovanni Bassy, "Proactive Complementarity: A Registrar's Perspective and Plans," in Carsten Stahn & Mohamed M El Zeidy, eds.
com The Swedish 18-year-old's track is a breezy summer sounding jam with a big bassy backbeat and is bound to be a sure-fire pop hit.
Overhead speakers coaxed us in with bassy electronica.
Une ouverture qui a ete poetisee musicalement par le chanteur Blick Bassy venu tout droit du Cameroun pour charmer le public present et faire decouvrir son art aux professionnels de la filiere.
If you're finding that the room mix is a little bassy, you can correct for that as well.
A slightly smaller round horn he can't identify clings tighter around his arm and shoulder but delivers a bassy, trombonish sound.
Mr Loverboy and their cover of Cameo's Word Up, there was a smooth, bassy ballad like Boy.
Based on Bassy presence of Nummulites along with Assilina proposed the deposition in the mid and proximal outer ramp.
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.
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.
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.