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Hit the Bass is a studio engineer at Grey Studios in Athens, Greece.

In 2019 Hit The Bass continues to release his tracks under Armada Music, AVA Recordings (Black Hole) & being supported from the biggest Trance DJs such as: Armin Van Buuren, MaRLo, JES, Eximinds, Natalie Gioia & more. Got featured from the best YouTube promo channels such as, xKito, AirwaveMusicTV, Kyra Promotions, NighTCoreFC, Wave Music etc.

In the beginning of his musical trip, in 2014 in the official remix competition for Tritonal’s ‘Colors’, he finished in 2nd place with a very impressive showing indeed. After that, in the official remix competition for Arno Cost’s & Norman Doray’s “Rising Love”, he finished 1st in voting phase & 2nd in final results. In 2016 he became an Electronic Music Production lecturer at Grey Studios (Athens) in order to spread this art in his country.

In 2017 Trance Legend, Ferry Corsten, announce another remix contest for his track “Reanimate”. Ferry Corsten chose Hit The Bass’s remix as the 2nd Place Winning Remi. Developing his production skills, 2018 was a memorable year for him as he gets his first radio support from Armin Van Buuren and signing on MaRLo’s label Reaching Altitude (Armada Music).

Since then, he has been steady escalating with his students signing to Don Diablo’s label (Hexagon Recordings), Hardwell’s label (Revealed Recordings), and a slew of nonstop releases of his own on Armada Music.

This sound bank for Spire contains only quality, modern sounds ready for global sound systems. Suitable for any genre — but most beneficial to those producing anthem trance, psytrance, progressive house, or big room.


Dancefloor-Ready Presets for RevealSound Spire VST (Version 1.1.12 or higher)
No filler – only quality, high performance sounds
100% royalty free for your productions
Clearly labeled and categorized by type (Acid, Bass, Lead, Synth, & Pad)
Plug-and-Play: Simply load in the preset bank, and you’re ready to rock

Armin van Buuren
Gareth Emery
Ben Gold
Andrew Rayel

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