Hey Joey, I am a HUGE fan of your work and what you've did with the TDWP albums. I've been trying to figure this out on my own for a very long time, but I just couldn't - decided to ask you this time. I like the bass drops (that's what you call it right?) you added in the TDWP mixes and I was wondering how did you get it to sound so huge and loud, but NOT drown the mix. I generate the bass drop wave in Sony Soundforge; Tools -> Synthesis -> Simple. I generate a sine wave with a start frequency of 120 and an end frequency of around 60 or so. Do you generate your own bass drop, or are you sampling it from somewhere? With a "mastered" mix (that means with master bus compression and limiting, around 10 db on VU/PPM), everytime the bass drop comes in, the entire song's level seems to get "sucked" by the amount of energy coming from the bomb and the song loses volume for a while before slowly going back up. I'm prepared to accept the fact that my individual tracks are also the ones to blame, so if this is the case - I would appreciate any tips on mixing the other tracks to accomodate this huge bass bomb. Thanks for your time. If anyone else has anything to share, please do.