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Unchained Melody - Sarah Mclachlan on Rarities, B-Sides and Other Stuff
 

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The track "Why So Serious?" by Hans Zimmer and James Newton Howard (from TDK soundtrack) includes a sequence that is almost exclusively sub-bass.  The bass is almost completely felt and without capable audio gear it can sound like a period of (near) silence in the track. eek.gif

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The track "Why So Serious?" by Hans Zimmer and James Newton Howard (from TDK soundtrack) includes a sequence that is almost exclusively sub-bass.  The bass is almost completely felt and without capable audio gear it can sound like a period of (near) silence in the track. eek.gif


The part that starts around 3.25? biggrin.gif

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Twiztid Mans Myth CD is very deep in bass.  With the AK100 I can finally appreciate it.

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Meshell Ndegeocello - Thankful

There are multiple types of bass in this track, including sub bass.

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Meshell Ndegeocello - Thankful

There are multiple types of bass in this track, including sub bass.

Thanks for the tip I like.

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The Dirty Heads - Lay Me Down

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Thanks for the tip I like.


It's a pleasure to share this gem. She is a bassist before being a singer, so you can check her discography

including :

-Elliptical.  The EP (Article 3) version, not the album one that was dramatically devoided of its magic bass
-Evolution

 

Plus the Comfort Woman album.

From other artists :

Method man - Biscuits
company flow - Funcrush Scratch (not very deep but still beautiful)
Kool Keith - Border Patrol

Timide et sans complexe :

-Demoniac
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2BaysAbh_xA
-Kiff sur la musique
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzqNLRovWUA

DJ Zirk - Looking for Tha Chewin  (album)

London Elektricity - Just One Second (Apex Remix)

The Cure (All what i know is that these two tracks sound deep in my heart) :

-prayers for rain
-39 (the bass progression sounds deeper than it really is because of the lyrics)

Cocteau Twins - Mizake the Mizan

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Young Jeezy Put On drops really low to like 28HZ!

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If you can give it enough volume and if your speakers can handle the lows, "rhythm and stealth" album by leftfield. or Mezzanine by Massive Attack. Many a time a few years back I would play "Karmacoma" very loud in my room. Had a great pair of Tannoys that could handle the bass. The room was a bass temple, could hear the bass down the road. 

 

Leftfield live almost literally made me sick. I wasn't entirely sober or straight but that was a tent full of vibrating flesh and an entire county moving slowly to "Dusted".

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Originally Posted by new reformation View Post

The track "Why So Serious?" by Hans Zimmer and James Newton Howard (from TDK soundtrack) includes a sequence that is almost exclusively sub-bass.  The bass is almost completely felt and without capable audio gear it can sound like a period of (near) silence in the track. eek.gif

The great part about that sub-bass sequence is that if you got a transparent-enough setup, you can hear all the drum-play in the background throughout that bass sequence (especially between 3:26-3:37, before the clicking starts). I could not hear anything other than the sub-bass previously when running my HE500 out of the E17, but now that part is incredibly clear.

 

So in a way it's a good track to evaluate the transparency of your setup and the speed of your headphones.


Edited by jerg - 7/26/13 at 1:04pm
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The great part about that sub-bass sequence is that if you got a transparent-enough setup, you can hear all the drum-play in the background throughout that bass sequence (especially between 3:26-3:37, before the clicking starts). I could not hear anything other than the sub-bass previously when running my HE500 out of the E17, but now that part is incredibly clear.

 

So in a way it's a good track to evaluate the transparency of your setup and the speed of your headphones.

 

Is this the one we're using ? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jL5CaafNdZY

 

Oh yea, thanks, now I have to watch the dark knight.


Edited by TheJesusGuy - 7/27/13 at 2:44pm
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Speaking of Dark Knight, "Bombers Over Ibiza" off of The Dark Knight Rises soundtrack has got some pretty ridiculous bass.  Sounds insane on my D7000s.  I definitely recommend it for someone looking to rattle their skull L3000.gif


Edited by Opethian10 - 7/27/13 at 4:17pm
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Speaking of Dark Knight, "Bombers Over Ibiza" off of The Dark Knight Rises soundtrack has got some pretty ridiculous bass.  Sounds insane on my D7000s.  I definitely recommend it for someone looking to rattle their skull L3000.gif

Are you on about the JunkieXL remix? I can't find the original anywhere.

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