What song drops the deepest bass?

Discussion in 'Music' started by jahn, Jan 2, 2005.
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  1. Jahn Contributor
  2. Kirosia
    Not sure about deepest, but Dru Hill's How is your love is quite bassy (good kind).
     
  3. DanT
    Well according to this http://www.smr-home-theatre.org/Sub-...How-Low-2.html

    The deepest bass in "Beethoven: Wellington's Victory/Liszt: Battle of the Huns" by telac.

    Base on the time ~3min to ~8min it seem to be in the Beethoven: Wellington's Victory track, so I would guess those recorded canons shot goes as low as 5hz. [​IMG]
     
  4. kramer5150
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    Originally Posted by DanT
    Well according to this http://www.smr-home-theatre.org/Sub-...How-Low-2.html

    The deepest bass in "Beethoven: Wellington's Victory/Liszt: Battle of the Huns" by telac.

    Base on the time ~3min to ~8min it seem to be in the Beethoven: Wellington's Victory track, so I would guess those recorded canons shot goes as low as 5hz. [​IMG]




    Some of those telarc recordings are insane... I think it was the Jurasic park theme. My brother was showing off his Velodyne 18"

    Garrett
     
  5. Silver
    The first track of Massive Attack's Mezzanine(corect spelling?) produces incredibly deep bass.
     
  6. GuineaMcPig
    I don't think 5 hz can even be called bass, considering most people can't hear the frequency as a "tone" until 15-20 hz.
     
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  7. pne
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    Originally Posted by kramer5150
    Some of those telarc recordings are insane... I think it was the Jurasic park theme. My brother was showing off his Velodyne 18"

    Garrett




    if you're refering to the one with the t-rex steps. It is pretty scary! I couldn't hear a lot of it, but i could feel my face getting fanned from the air coming out of my woofer port. [​IMG]
     
  8. Erik S.
    The intro of Outkast's ATLiens has some good deep bass.
    Also Stand Inside Your Love by Smashing Pumpkins is bassy, don't know how deep but it makes the walls shake, the pictures on the walls to vibrate and my mom to complain [​IMG]
     
  9. AdamWill
    I was listening to PJ Harvey's 'Is This Desire?' yesterday, and thinking it makes my crappy Logitech speakers sound fantastic, especially on a couple of songs - it's very bass and vocal heavy, which is where these speakers live. Particularly 'My Beautiful Leah'. Don't know how deep the bass goes in absolute terms, but it's definitely a bassy-feeling album.
     
  10. john_jcb
    Holly Cole's CD Temptation has some fairly low and sustained bass lines.
     
  11. DLeeWebb Contributor
    I don't know if sonically it has the deepest bass, but the soundtrack to "Swordfish" [Paul Oakenfold] destroyed the woofers in my Audi A4. They had to be replaced. I was playing the disc at a volume that was at the same setting as it had been for many other discs. I replaced the speakers and sold the disc... [​IMG]
     
  12. pne
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    Originally Posted by DLeeWebb
    and sold the disc... [​IMG]



    [​IMG] then it appears that cd has bested you! [​IMG]
     
  13. timo_nyc
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    Originally Posted by Silver
    The first track of Massive Attack's Mezzanine(corect spelling?) produces incredibly deep bass.



    I think Massive Attack gets even deeper with "Protection."
     
  14. DLeeWebb Contributor
    Yeah, that one got me. It just refused to be tamed. I didn't like it that much anyway! [​IMG]
     
  15. D-EJ915
    Download Sonique2 (alpha, it didn't work with beta for me X_X)
    use the PITCH adjustor, crank it down to something like 50%, play a song...loooooooooooow.

    lol, "Lying from You" by Linkin Park goes pretty low.
    "Sleepwalking" by Blindside is also good, not really low, but a great song none-the-less.
     
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