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Lets not talk metal-lets talk hardcore dance.a secret passion

 

 

hardstyle, right on.  i much prefer breakbeats myself, lately i've been guiltily enjoying dubstep / trap music.  i have a pretty decent electronic collection, although i usually prefer it on the big hi-fi than headphones, as nothing can substitute for real earth shaking bass LOL.  same with slam / brutal death, those big bass lines just sound better on a big ol system

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hardstyle, right on.  i much prefer breakbeats myself, lately i've been guiltily enjoying dubstep / trap music.  i have a pretty decent electronic collection, although i usually prefer it on the big hi-fi than headphones, as nothing can substitute for real earth shaking bass LOL.  same with slam / brutal death, those big bass lines just sound better on a big ol system


Ya, but that song had some great bass it in. Very rarely do I feel the headphones actually shake like they did in the bass parts of that song. You Tube sounds great at times!smily_headphones1.gif
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since we're talking electronic ha ha

 

here's one that i find eminently "metal"...a collab between venetian snares and hecate, all of the beats were entirely sampled from field recordings of the two artists having sex...if that's not metal nothing is

 

 

and here's some lustmord, from ex-Throbbing Gristle members.  this stuff is field recordings from crypts and slaughterhouses...also pretty metal if you ask me

 

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I dig lots of techno, Detroit techno, and industrial techno.
 

https://perctrax.bandcamp.com/album/flaws

 

https://polegroup.bandcamp.com/album/internal-conversion-polegroup24

 

Also, some electro is pretty 'metal':

 

https://weaponsofbassdestruction.bandcamp.com/album/son-of-a-bit

 

https://pripyatrecordings.bandcamp.com/album/departure

 

https://drivecom.bandcamp.com/album/la-hora-de-las-maquinas-dcom007

 

It was pretty surprising to me when I realized how many metal heads are into electronic music too.

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The only kind of electronic music I can stand ♥
http://www.klassikradio.de/liveplayer.php?channel=lounge

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Guys, guys, please...

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My Dad was an Outward Bound instructor in charge of raft tours down the Snake River then we moved to Northern California and the Kayaking ended up being something I had to do at 13. I enjoyed it but I guess anything your told to do till your like 17 years old gets viewed as work?

Must be a great way to make money. We have rafting about 20 min from my house now, I only go twice a year and just to show visitors. Still fun.


I started sea kayaking on the Chesapeake Bay about 10 years ago, and then when I began enjoying playing in rougher water (I'm about 2-3 hours from Ocean City) it dawned on me. I live and work near Potomac MD. River-U.S. Olympic Whitewater team trains near here. Duh! Got a certification and teach for the company I took lessons for. Just for fun really. No real money. But, I get a great discount on gear.

 

And, I can shove a little extra $ for whatever audio gear I'm dreaming about. Currently thinking about the Music Fidelity M1Transport and DAC which will seriously upgrade my source. So-I would have a separate DAC and transport for CDs rather than one CDP unit. Then, I can also use the DAC for my computer, Sonos....feels pretty versatile.

 

http://www.musicalfidelity.com/m1cdt/

 

http://www.musicalfidelity.com/m1dac/

 

I know it's  old school-but I've got enough CDs to warrant better playback of CDs methinks.

 

 

 Or upgrade my shelf to tower speakers. But, I listen in a small spare bedroom/office space-10 x 12. I'm thinking full towers might be to much.

 

 

On the electronic thing, I've been listening to Ben Frost. His current album Aurora. One of my fav 2014 non metal pick ups.

 

I was intrigued by a review that compared his style to black metal. It's electronic, but he goes for these big epic sounds interspersed with chaotic, unsettling sounds. Lots of percussion. Some is minimalistic a la Brian Eno or maybe Swans.No guitars here. It's not metal-but it's pretty cool if you like interesting, abrassive sounds/noise.

 

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:eek:

http://www.pozible.com/project/183510

My chance to finally see them live!
NeO, take all my money!

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Guys, guys, please...




Just posted that 5 pages or so back. Right on!
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Originally Posted by Redcarmoose View Post

Just posted that 5 pages or so back. Right on!

My apologies. Point goes to RCM.
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My apologies. Point goes to RCM.


No I don't care about that, I just like when good talent gets some recognition. I wonder how mainstream most electronic music is outside of Daft Punk?
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I started sea kayaking on the Chesapeake Bay about 10 years ago, and then when I began enjoying playing in rougher water (I'm about 2-3 hours from Ocean City) it dawned on me. I live and work near Potomac MD. River-U.S. Olympic Whitewater team trains near here. Duh! Got a certification and teach for the company I took lessons for. Just for fun really. No real money. But, I get a great discount on gear.

And, I can shove a little extra $ for whatever audio gear I'm dreaming about. Currently thinking about the Music Fidelity M1Transport and DAC which will seriously upgrade my source. So-I would have a separate DAC and transport for CDs rather than one CDP unit. Then, I can also use the DAC for my computer, Sonos....feels pretty versatile.

http://www.musicalfidelity.com/m1cdt/

http://www.musicalfidelity.com/m1dac/

I know it's  old school-but I've got enough CDs to warrant better playback of CDs methinks.


 Or upgrade my shelf to tower speakers. But, I listen in a small spare bedroom/office space-10 x 12. I'm thinking full towers might be to much.


On the electronic thing, I've been listening to Ben Frost. His current album Aurora. One of my fav 2014 non metal pick ups.

I was intrigued by a review that compared his style to black metal. It's electronic, but he goes for these big epic sounds interspersed with chaotic, unsettling sounds. Lots of percussion. Some is minimalistic a la Brian Eno or maybe Swans.No guitars here. It's not metal-but it's pretty cool if you like interesting, abrassive sounds/noise.









The river can be a dangerous place for humans. I remember when my folks found a body of a person who has been held under in an eddy current then finally surfaced days later. We always did big rapids like class 4 with that ultimate reality in mind.



I like the part that you like stand alone transports. It is cool when you go to meets and see the CD systems. If you have read Head-Fi for the last 4 years there has been a total USB sound quality reunderstanding that CD guys were able to bypass. Still I'm listening to computer USB system now as my CD is in the shop. I call the shop this repair guy down the street. cool.gif


There is something about having a stand alone player that is so simple.
Edited by Redcarmoose - 6/29/14 at 5:43pm
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Originally Posted by Redcarmoose View Post


The river can be a dangerous place for humans. I remember when my folks found a body of a person who has been held under in an eddy current then finally surfaced days later. We always did big rapids like class 4 with that ultimate reality in mind.



I like the part that you like stand alone transports. It is cool when you go to meets and see the CD systems. If you have read Head-Fi for the last 4 years there has been a total USB sound quality reunderstanding that CD guys were able to bypass. Still I'm listening to computer USB system now as my CD is in the shop. I call the shop this repair guy down the street. cool.gif


There is something about having a stand alone player that is so simple.


I've been on Headfi since 2012 and probably don't pay as much attention to computer audio posts as I should since my set up is a dedicated stereo based system. But, since I have my dedicated rig adjacent to my PC, I'm hoping to be able to add listening to my PC via headphones w/ the same DAC I use with the CDT. I know from the Schiit threads that those guys do not seem to be fans of USB.

 

Cheers

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Originally Posted by markm1 View Post


I've been on Headfi since 2012 and probably don't pay as much attention to computer audio posts as I should since my set up is a dedicated stereo based system. But, since I have my dedicated rig adjacent to my PC, I'm hoping to be able to add listening to my PC via headphones w/ the same DAC I use with the CDT. I know from the Schiit threads that those guys do not seem to be fans of USB.

Cheers

Since they came out with the v2 USB boards though, they have a lot less bad things to say about it.
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Desecration just came out with a new album. I purchased the 2003 rerecording of the pulled/destroyed 1995 Gore and Perversion. The first release of Gore and Perversion was incinerated by police for being offensive. They rerecorded it in 2001 and in 2003 we could finally purchase a CD. There was a tape too of the 2001 rerecording of the 1995 album. The 1995 album is the rarest Death Metal album in existence and there are only a few original albums around.

 

They are not to be confused with Discreation who had a new album out in 2013 called The Silence Of The Gods.

 

 

 

 

 


Edited by Redcarmoose - 6/30/14 at 6:03am
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