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post #1 of 10 Old 03-30-2012, 06:40 PM - Thread Starter
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Just want to start by saying I do not like rap, however this one song has caught my attention for its' subwoofer pushing track.
I was hoping someone could help me with getting a waterfall for this song. It would also help with future EQ'ing for in-room response.
It is "Rack City" by Tyga.
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post #2 of 10 Old 03-30-2012, 08:25 PM
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What is a waterfall? More like, what do you mean by waterfall? I can edit music but dont know if that is what you mean.

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You need this and an spl meter . http://www.hometheatershack.com/roomeq/
Each room will have a different waterfall.
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You need this and an spl meter . http://www.hometheatershack.com/roomeq/
Each room will have a different waterfall.

Thanks! Already have the meter.
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Originally Posted by E-A-G-L-E-S View Post

Just want to start by saying I do not like rap, however this one song has caught my attention for its' subwoofer pushing track.
I was hoping someone could help me with getting a waterfall for this song. It would also help with future EQ'ing for in-room response.
It is "Rack City" by Tyga.
TIA!

Same here. I could only understand 80% of the lyrics I need to switching George Lucas THX to make sense of the rest of it.

This is the version I used as I don’t know if you was listening on CD, FM stereo radio youtube bitch, or subboomer bitch radio 98.RapFM? So I used this, and you have the full 4mins plus of it from 0Hz to 200Hz to drool over for the rest of the year.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHbY3blOGwc

Part1


Part2


Part3


Part4


Part5


I hope this, helps not much to worry about that low you're noticing as you can clearly see is between 20Hz and 45Hz, I;d sooner listening to Jerry Goldsmith Star Trek the motion picture CD now. after listening and seeing the same repeated computer looping the drum beat over and over, I'd sooner watch wet paint on wall drying for 3 hours.
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Duhhh-duh-duh. Duhhh-duh-duh. Rack city bitch rack rack city bitch. Repeat ad nauseum.
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Duhhh-duh-duh. Duhhh-duh-duh. Rack city bitch rack rack city bitch. Repeat ad nauseum.

Sounds a lot alike Morse Code. Dit da, da dit, dit, dit da,da,da,da.dit. Talk about one note bass.
I can not listening to music with lyrics that are not in Queens English.

It reminds me of the end credits score by Eric Serra for "The Fifth Element" repeating the same thing over and over boring almost 6mins!
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Sounds a lot alike Morse Code. Dit da, da dit, dit, dit da,da,da,da.dit. Talk about one note bass.
I can not listening to music with lyrics that are not in Queens English.

It reminds me of the end credits score by Eric Serra for "The Fifth Element" repeating the same thing over and over boring almost 6mins!

I haven't seen the "waterfall" for this song but I'm pretty sure it's just a pattern repeating itself about a hundred times.
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Thank you so much!
I know, it is some awful music, haha.
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I can not listening to music with lyrics that are not in Queens English.

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