| I wonder how people invented the digital bass in most english songs back in the 80`s?

I wonder how people invented the digital bass in most english songs back in the 80`s?

Krish K asked:


Creating sounds without any digital appliance in it`s operation has a very different, more sort-of natural feel to the sound produced than that of the one we her in most english songs in the 80`s and 90`s. The sound for that period must have been a break-through for the music industry.

But one thing, I wonder is, how could they do that? What must they have done to make the music as clear and mass-appealing, to such an extent, that songs 20 years ago are still popular with their music????!!!!

-Thankz!

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One Response to “I wonder how people invented the digital bass in most english songs back in the 80`s?”

  1. Faerie on July 28th, 2009 8:58 am

    Because the sound modules used in the 80’s were more analog then digital.

    But I disagree with ‘it sounds more natural’ today. Having studied music and practically lived in a recording studio for years it most definitely sounded more natural back in the 80’s; today it sounds crisper. There is a difference.