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essential music for demoing system at a meet

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I'm going to be attending meets in the future, with my system, and I want to have a wide range of music to demonstrate it. I'm into classical and a bit of jazz, so it doesn't give much of a range. I was thinking of buying some tracks that represent a wide range of genres. Could I get some suggestions as to genres that should be included?

 

For instance, I'm thinking "rock", "pop", "electronica", etc.

 

Dennis

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"Palace"- Clams Casino\A$AP Rocky (Clams Casino made the beat for A$AP Rocky and then released it online for free. LOADS of bass, hi-hat track will expose overly bright headphones, and the backing choir adds some cool soundstage.)

 

"Gold Watch"- Lupe Fiasco  (Nice pace, fairly open sound nice mid-range too, can reveal Sibilance and any harshness)

 

"Good to you" Talib Kweli feat Kanye West (Very technical beat, the drum track and backing guitar line compliment each other in a beautiful way)

 

"My world is Empty without you"- Lee Fields & the Expressions (Beautifully arranged, watch and see if your headphones will lose the congo's and shakers)

 

"Vancouver"- Martyn (Very low bass, lots of space but with a backing track that provides excellent movement)

 

"Alicia"- Mala (Revolves around an Alicia Keys sample, but the focus is on the bass and the sporadic drumline. Beautiful late night song imo)

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