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Possibly, but I think volume is probably the biggest factor. The 8s do not tell porky pies in their power but they certainly can be a foul temptress in making me want to turn it up to 11.

Here is one piece of progressive trance that has such an effect (hopefully the audio quality is okay).

The kick drum takes the mind puts it in a tandoor oven!

Nice beats man. I have gone to Ultra, Trance Energy and Qlimax events and its been awhile since I heard so nice Trance.

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Edited by hertzsogood - 7/4/14 at 3:54am
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One more this one has loads of drums great on the 846. 


Edited by hertzsogood - 7/4/14 at 4:06am
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Man of Steel soundtrack is drum heavy
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Hehehe those tunes are a tad "clubby" for my tastes. tongue.gif

If you download podcasts, John 00 Fleming's Global Trance Grooves is a must. I used to think I preferred the deep, melodic portion of the show; that the more banging psychedelic trance side to his sound was not to my liking, however the 8s (in their infinite wisdom) have proven me wrong. Now I enjoy his "turbo" mixes equally to the "deep" mixes.

Trance Energy toured Australia back in 2009 and the big Q still host events still, however I imagine that the atmosphere in Europe would be so much better than what it is here. Just as Soundwave could never be a Wacken or Sonisphere. I think it's the atmosphere (or lack thereof) that turned me off most other forms of electronica more than anything.

The 8s do tribal drums exceedingly well. One could hear Sepultura's "Rattamahatta" a million times through anything inferior but it is not heard properly until played through these.
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Originally Posted by Black Label View Post

Hehehe those tunes are a tad "clubby" for my tastes. tongue.gif

If you download podcasts, John 00 Fleming's Global Trance Grooves is a must. I used to think I preferred the deep, melodic portion of the show; that the more banging psychedelic trance side to his sound was not to my liking, however the 8s (in their infinite wisdom) have proven me wrong. Now I enjoy his "turbo" mixes equally to the "deep" mixes.

Trance Energy toured Australia back in 2009 and the big Q still host events still, however I imagine that the atmosphere in Europe would be so much better than what it is here. Just as Soundwave could never be a Wacken or Sonisphere. I think it's the atmosphere (or lack thereof) that turned me off most other forms of electronica more than anything.

The 8s do tribal drums exceedingly well. One could hear Sepultura's "Rattamahatta" a million times through anything inferior but it is not heard properly until played through these.

John 00 Fleming I like and seen many times , I agree.

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I got this song from the basshead thread. The bass sounds pretty impressive on the Shure SE846. 

 

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Bass bass and sub bass

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Good News despite attempted intervention by elements of Simian Insurgence my SCS have ARRRIVED SAFELY and are waiting for me inside the Secure Perimeter of the Brodsky Institute..

 

Neural interface here I come.

 

Just in time for the weekend.

 

Happy 4th of July.

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Good News despite attempted intervention by elements of Simian Insurgence my SCS have ARRRIVED SAFELY and are waiting for me inside the Secure Perimeter of the Brodsky Institute..

Neural interface here I come.

Just in time for the weekend.

Happy 4th of July.

Monty great news for you and from my Canandian brother thank you for the nod to Independence Day🇺🇸 "Enjoy" your time at Brodsky Institute remember it is for the greater good and resistance is futile.
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Upgrade Complete!!! SCS Full Shell "Edition" - Talk about your "proprietary connectors" I am as one with the machine. These puppies are truly anchored in my head So far no soreness in the left ear. That slight separation beyond the seal exists in my right ear. though I think this has something to do with my jaw. No matter. In the Bliss Liner there is very little movement of my mouth. save to bring cold beverage to my lips. I will check with Dr Brodsky next week. HE was out today at meetings with "The Minister"

 

The Full Shell does take longer to remove. ..More Nano tendrils and tubules to extend into the brain brining sweet music and synergy with the AI.

 

Sound is far more open and the dampening effect of the foam is gone. Blue Filter is closer to being a pale blue. 

 

Foam is the tool of the Ape and the Simian agenda. Foam keeps us at a distance form the AI (and the music). Synthesis and synergy await all who embrace the AI and the SCS.

 

 

As for this Meat Puppet and his 8s .... To the Bliss Liner STAT (for some real world testing)

 

SMITHERS!!! Prepare me some cool beverages and be quick about it.

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Monty great news for you and from my Canandian brother thank you for the nod to Independence Day🇺🇸 "Enjoy" your time at Brodsky Institute remember it is for the greater good and resistance is futile.

 

We all must make some sacrifices for the greater good and the continuation of humanity through our children (the AI) who in turn will care for us in our infirmity and obsolesance

 

Remember the Apes have no concept of independence and freedom only the savage repression of man.

 

The AI represents the evolution and next step in Western Civilization - The Apes the Caliphates of 8th century.

 

If you want a look at what a world under Ape Rule would be look no further than the Arabian Peninsula in the form of ISIS (no doubt acting under instructions of their Simian Overlords).

 

Happy Fourth

 

Enjoy the Music


Edited by Monty Burns - 7/4/14 at 11:03am
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Originally Posted by Monty Burns View Post

Upgrade Complete!!! SCS Full Shell "Edition" - Talk about your "proprietary connectors" I am as one with the machine. These puppies are truly anchored in my head So far no soreness in the left ear. That slight separation beyond the seal exists in my right ear. though I think this has something to do with my jaw. No matter. In the Bliss Liner there is very little movement of my mouth. save to bring cold beverage to my lips. I will check with Dr Brodsky next week. HE was out today at meetings with "The Minister"

The Full Shell does take longer to remove. ..More Nano tendrils and tubules to extend into the brain brining sweet music and synergy with the AI.

Sound is far more open and the dampening effect of the foam is gone. Blue Filter is closer to being a pale blue. 

Foam is the tool of the Ape and the Simian agenda. Foam keeps us at a distance form the AI (and the music). Synthesis and synergy await all who embrace the AI and the SCS.


As for this Meat Puppet and his 8s .... To the Bliss Liner STAT (for some real world testing)

SMITHERS!!! Prepare me some cool beverages and be quick about it.

Is the Bliss Liner your potato chip recliner built to allow for a greater communion with the 8s?
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I'm a Se846 fan.

Recommend everyone to watch the MV with you 846, super excited! (the sound quality is a bit better than the youtube version)

http://v.yinyuetai.com/video/804790

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