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post #46 of 63
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Originally Posted by Hapster View Post

Basically all Dubstep.
You should listen to Skream at some point. He's considered to be one of the pioneers of "real" dubstep (not brostep). His album "Skream!" is one of my favorite albums of all time.
post #47 of 63
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Basically all Dubstep.

Here, give this a try (don't mind the picture please, was too lazy to search another one on youtube, yes I am aware that youtube has really poor quality)

post #48 of 63

Oh I just had an heart attack.. Thought my 112 bucks Canare cable just died on me, which I only have like 2 or 3 weeks now. But it's just my laptop plug being damaged and the plug being too heavy, so I have to adjust it sometimes..

Anyone had one of these heart attack moments before?

post #49 of 63
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Ugh... My friend bought sol republic tracks, and he honestly thinks they are the best headphones ever made... Lol... The reason I'm posting this is because of the fact that he doesn't listen to any bass heavy genres of music. Only 70-80's rock and pop. I think I'll have him try the k240's once I get them and show him the light.
post #50 of 63
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I spilled pop(soda, coke, soda pop, whatever you call it) on my e11, and I went to see if it worked... It didn't, but then it turned out it was just the cord! Replaced it and it worked just fine.
post #51 of 63
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Originally Posted by deciBel23 View Post

You should listen to Skream at some point. He's considered to be one of the pioneers of "real" dubstep (not brostep). His album "Skream!" is one of my favorite albums of all time.
... Brostep is a sub-genre of dubstep lol. Dubstep can be categorized into many different sub-categories.
post #52 of 63
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Originally Posted by DisCHORDDubstep View Post

... Brostep is a sub-genre of dubstep lol. Dubstep can be categorized into many different sub-categories.
Brostep is related to dubstep by name only at this point.
post #53 of 63
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Dubstep is just a consolidation of the various sub-genres it contains... Brostep is definitely one of them. Try to listen to this brostep song, and then tell me that it shares nothing with dubstep other than name. This artist INVENTED BROSTEP. HE IS THE ORIGINAL!!! http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=9oVmSyN6Fdw
post #54 of 63
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Originally Posted by DisCHORDDubstep View Post

Dubstep is just a consolidation of the various sub-genres it contains... Brostep is definitely one of them. Try to listen to this brostep song, and then tell me that it shares nothing with dubstep other than name. This artist INVENTED BROSTEP. HE IS THE ORIGINAL!!! http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=9oVmSyN6Fdw

The only thing it shares is the occasional "wub" that sounds like it came from dubstep in between the breaks of the main synth, if you get what I'm saying. The format is quite different still. Don't get me wrong, I do love brostep despite the fact that I insist on separating it from dubstep. In fact, I just finished listening to Skrillex's latest album. I give it a 8.75/10, if anyone cares.


Edited by deciBel23 - 3/31/14 at 7:09pm
post #55 of 63
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Originally Posted by kilspeed111 View Post
 

So wait, v-moda's aren't overpriced? Some kid in my class (the only one that actually care's about audio quality) asked me what to buy, he loves bass, so I said "Get an ultrasone, can't go wrong with that, just stay off beats/sms audio/pioneer (he has one of these right now, the HDJ500 and hates it, so do I)/Bose/V-moda

 

He said he was looking into a V-moda, a crossfade M80 if I recall right. But I told him it was overpriced (that's what I thought I read on this forum) and he shouldn't get it. But if they aren't overpriced I'll tell him right away tomorrow.

 

Edit: I forgot to say, he will be using these cans to mix and listen to music (house music, like hardwell).

Hmm, I don't think the V-Moda's are going to be good for studio use. They have quite a bit of a low end, thats for sure. They're more of a fun set of cans (m-80, m-100) to listen to. 

If he really wants to create music, and keep it cheap, stylish and good sounding, tell him about the Audio Technica ATH-M50. It should be cheap now that they made a revised version of them.

post #56 of 63
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Originally Posted by kilspeed111 View Post
 

Oh I just had an heart attack.. Thought my 112 bucks Canare cable just died on me, which I only have like 2 or 3 weeks now. But it's just my laptop plug being damaged and the plug being too heavy, so I have to adjust it sometimes..

Anyone had one of these heart attack moments before?

Yep. Just yesterday I was in my car and wanted to put on some tunes through my watch (iPod in a lunatik case - do not do this if you are driving) and the screen wouldn't turn on. I frantically tried everything for 5 minutes. No music would play either, I then realized that the volume was too make a sound and the brightness was so low that the albido affect of the snow around us made it seem like the screen was off. Man that was scary. My grad gift almost didn't work haha. 

I'm good with tech, but sometimes man, sometimes lol.

post #57 of 63
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Originally Posted by DisCHORDDubstep View Post

I spilled pop(soda, coke, soda pop, whatever you call it) on my e11, and I went to see if it worked... It didn't, but then it turned out it was just the cord! Replaced it and it worked just fine.

Pfft, I have spilled milk and juice onto my laptop many times. Even had to open it up once because a lot had spilled (damn you fruitopia and your awesome taste!) but it still works. Though, the milk (first thing ever spilled on it - by my brother no less) did cause damage to my old hard drive which failed not long after. I replaced it though. With a faster one haha :beerchug:.

My friend also spilled chocolate milk on my charger. She thought the lid was closed (after removing the seal under the cap) and decided to give the bottle the ole "shake well before serve". It wasn't lol. My other friends shirt got soaked as well (we were in school... on the other side of the city - roughly an hour from where he live and an hour and a half from my place). I thought we would both have to rush home to fix my laptop and his shirt issue lol. Thankfully, we got through it. He dried it using a hand drier in a washroom and my charger worked (gave it a good wiping). I still never let her live that moment of sheer stupidity down lol.

 

Wow, that was longer than expected...... (that's what she said)

post #58 of 63
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Originally Posted by deciBel23 View Post

The only thing it shares is the occasional "wub" that sounds like it came from dubstep in between the breaks of the main synth, if you get what I'm saying. The format is quite different still. Don't get me wrong, I do love brostep despite the fact that I insist on separating it from dubstep. In fact, I just finished listening to Skrillex's latest album. I give it a 8.75/10, if anyone cares.
... His last album absolutely sucked. Don't know what you are talking about. I give it a 5.5/10.
post #59 of 63
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Did you not listen to rage? That songs entire beginning was ALL WUBS.
post #60 of 63

Here's my contribution to the big bass discussion. Enjoy ;)

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