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Gotcha, thanks. I do remember there being a great moment or two in that scene, but could not remember the details.

Hey, have you or anyone else had a chance to check that scene from Last Exorcism 2 out again? I'm very curious what a waterfall would look like. I told my brother about this scene and he reported the same "the entire world is rattling!" think I did. But his living room has plaster wall and he almost never hears rattling!
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Hey, have you or anyone else had a chance to check that scene from Last Exorcism 2 out again? I'm very curious what a waterfall would look like. I told my brother about this scene and he reported the same "the entire world is rattling!" think I did. But his living room has plaster wall and he almost never hears rattling!

I would like to revisit that scene, but I don't own the disc. My viewing was with a rental. I would be curious to see a graph as well.

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[Rec] (2007)

 

 

 

 

[Rec] 2 (2009)

 

 

 

 

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[Rec] (2007)






[Rec] 2 (2009)








Finally! Been waiting to see the graphs for Rec 2. Much appreciated!
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Hey, have you or anyone else had a chance to check that scene from Last Exorcism 2 out again? I'm very curious what a waterfall would look like. I told my brother about this scene and he reported the same "the entire world is rattling!" think I did. But his living room has plaster wall and he almost never hears rattling!

Finally got around to 'Last Exorcism Part II' and although it doesn't dig deep, it has some fun bass to it.
The most impressive scene is, of course, the syringe into the UV drip, which is the last graph.

00.18.35 - 00.18.55 (Mardi Gras scene)


01.15.36 - 01.16.03 (Beginning of Exorcism)


01.16.50 - 01.17.10 (intense sweep when syringe goes into the UV drip)
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Yeah, at the beginning when the two nurses come out of their bedrooms and hear someone knocking at the front door.

Thanks for the graphs! The Conjuring is a room pounder and digs deep! This may be a wrap for 5star movie of the year ( not 5 star moment or scene) cool.gif
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^I think thats a bit of a stretch! While Conjuring did have some great LFE content, there was quite a bit of dead time in the movie...I guess thats to be expected being the type of flick it is. I give it a 4 star
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The content in the Conjuring when present ( more than enough for me) made itself known in a very forceful manner and in more than a few varieties bass frequencies , I must also note that some of which dug just deep enough to give that ULF atmosphere. A good dynamic mix overall and a great blind buy!
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Finally got around to 'Last Exorcism Part II' and although it doesn't dig deep, it has some fun bass to it.
The most impressive scene is, of course, the syringe into the UV drip, which is the last graph.

00.18.35 - 00.18.55 (Mardi Gras scene)


01.15.36 - 01.16.03 (Beginning of Exorcism)


01.16.50 - 01.17.10 (intense sweep when syringe goes into the UV drip)


That intense syringe sweep reminds me of the WWZ grenade sweep. I have to say that WWZ grenade is my go to demo at the moment. Anyone else agree? I mean I ran through FOTP and WOTW and BHD(I fall at 7-8hz so that was expected). Running dual submersives optimally placed, mini dsp, Audyssey, then low shelf dsp(30-80hz shelf with 8db difference). I know I have at least 109db at 7hz but I didn't want to go any higher for the sake of damaging anything. I do get a generous solid 8db room gain as logged when I changed my room config. But I'm not on a dedicated big HT circuit either and nothing has tripped so far, so there must have been more right? My noise floor is 46db as nearly identical with other UMM-6 cross spectrum lab mic with REW users so I don't think my REW spl calibration is off. Could I possibly get reference level single digits with only two submersives? Room is 15ft 8 inches wide and 23ft 8 inches longs with an hall opening two times. But I do sit 9ft from the front wall and I am in a generous little bubble of nice bass from MLP. Rambling thoughts over.

Is WWZ grenade scene now your go to demo scene?
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^I think thats a bit of a stretch! While Conjuring did have some great LFE content, there was quite a bit of dead time in the movie...I guess thats to be expected being the type of flick it is. I give it a 4 star

Agreed. Great overall track and great LFE when called upon, but 4 star all things considered seems fair from my perspective.

Jlpowell84, not for me. That WWZ sweep is great no doubt, but for demo material I prefer something a bit longer. If I was going to use a newer recent release shorter type demo scene, I would personally probably go for OHF Wash Mon scene. I always go for a longer scene though assuming my guests have time.
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eNoize, the bass that you have graphed in The Conjuring from 2:50-2:54, is this the knock on the door?

I wonder how this one compares to the ultimate door knocking scene in horror cinema history: The Haunting (38:10 - 40:48).
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I wonder how this one compares to the ultimate door knocking scene in horror cinema history: The Haunting (38:10 - 40:48).

No contest, The Haunting wins.

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No contest, The Haunting wins.

I thought so, thanks for the confirmation.

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Finally got around to 'Last Exorcism Part II' and although it doesn't dig deep, it has some fun bass to it.
The most impressive scene is, of course, the syringe into the UV drip, which is the last graph.

00.18.35 - 00.18.55 (Mardi Gras scene)


01.15.36 - 01.16.03 (Beginning of Exorcism)


01.16.50 - 01.17.10 (intense sweep when syringe goes into the UV drip)

Thanks for this. Always good to see a visual representation of what you hear/feel. It's a lot like the WWZ grenade scene, but a slightly more complex sound, digs deeper, but not quite as hot. Although I don't know if the comparison is apples to apples because I don't know if the same settings for scale, color gradient, etc were used.
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It'd be apples to apples if you compare what I graphed for both:

LE, p2
01.16.50 - 01.17.10 (intense sweep, syringe into UV drip)


WWZ


Personally, WWZ wins because it has bit more oomph and used more effectively.
And as another point of reference for WWZ sweep:

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I want to chronicle all the best & most well-known bass sweeps in movies. I mean real bass sweeps, not just big bass moments or changes in frequency - sweeps are recognizable by their distinctive sound & shape in a spectrograph.

Here is the first batch, with links to the overall measurements of each movie:

Transformers - Ironhide Flip (1:56:01 - 1:56:15)



War of the Worlds - Pods Emerge (0:24:56 - 0:25:00)



Oblivion - Rappelling Rope Breaks (0:19:00 - 0:19:13)



World War Z - First Grenade (1:05:30 - 1:05:35)



Tron:Legacy - Entering The Grid (0:23:07 - 0:23.17)



The Great Gatsby - Drunken Harlem Debauchery (0:21:30 - 0:22:30)



The Man with the Iron Fists - Beginning (00:00:06 - 00:00:21)



Transformers 2 - Revenge of the Fallen - Warehouse Firefight (before OP dies) (0:58:35 - 0:58:44)



Monsters, Inc - Boo's Laugh (0:30:34 - 0:30:40)



The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring - Sauron is Defeated (0:04:10 - 0:04:20)



Live Free or Die Hard - Tunnel Chase - (0:42:45 - 0:42:53)



Pulse - Server Room (1:13:04 - 1:14:20)



The Incredible Hulk - Sonic Cannons (0:54:50 - 0:54:57)



I can't remember them all. If you want to see others, reply with the exact timestamp & movie name, and I'll add them to this post as time goes on.

Updated the list with The Incredible Hulk - Sonic Cannons sweep. Good stuff!
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Bourne Legacy 1:39:40 Shutting down the pill factory.
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Agreed. Great overall track and great LFE when called upon, but 4 star all things considered seems fair from my perspective.

Jlpowell84, not for me. That WWZ sweep is great no doubt, but for demo material I prefer something a bit longer. If I was going to use a newer recent release shorter type demo scene, I would personally probably go for OHF Wash Mon scene. I always go for a longer scene though assuming my guests have time.

I hear you on that point. It is freakin intense though. I was going through HTTYD on the demo disc today and did enjoy the longevity
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Bourne Legacy 1:39:40 Shutting down the pill factory.

I will have to check that out. I really like that movie. I will buy the Blu ray. I do have a downloaded file but I don't think it's the same audio quality
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Just watched The Conjuring. LFE scenes was enjoyable. So was the movie. Probably one of the best horror flicks I've seen lately.
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Rhed, how long now is it?
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Rhed, how long now is it?


Hey bro.. The movie or the quads..
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Hey bro.. The movie or the quads..

The quads of course! You did get some dedicated circuits right? Maybe upgrade the house to a 400amp panel?
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The quads of course! You did get some dedicated circuits right? Maybe upgrade the house to a 400amp panel?

Yea bro.. my whole house is already built with 20 amp circuits. Wired all 12 gauge. In my ht area I have only 4 dedicated circuits. So unless I'm going to run a extention cord for one of the subs to power which is not going to happen due to WAF. One of the subs will have to share a circuit with my AVR. But I ask this question here at AVS. And I replies was don't worry about it. I'll be fine..
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Just checked out The Conjuring, OHF, and Oblivion.

The Conjuring: real horror without cheap gross-outs.

OHF: like Rambo times Die Hard with a post 9/11 sensibility. A modern crowd-pleaser for sure.

Oblivion: Exactly the tour-de-force you guys promised. Still not a Cruise fan but you guys were so right about this movie. Thank you for helping me get over myself biggrin.gif

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Just checked out The Conjuring, OHF, and Oblivion.

The Conjuring: real horror without cheap gross-outs.

OHF: like Rambo times Die Hard with a post 9/11 sensibility. A modern crowd-pleaser for sure.

Oblivion: Exactly the tour-de-force you guys promised. Still not a Cruise fan but you guys were so right about this movie. Thank you for helping me get over myself biggrin.gif


Yea.. The Conjuring was surprisingly good. Not over done to much like some others. And those door knocks and slams are good LFE chest hitters. Dam.. Can't wait till my new subs arrive.. Will definitely put this on my re-watch list the new subs.
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Take Shelter (2011)



This film has terrific use of ULF both to generate great storm scenes, and to build tension. Good find. Definitely not an action film, though.

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^^^

Great soundtrack and bass and the movie itself was well done! Not to get off topic but same director has two more films I can only recall one at the moment and as a movie its well casted and a fantastic music soundtrack "Mud" it delivers and is a must see wink.gif
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