Originally Posted by lfe man
It was still very good, just good examble that ulf bass are not always mandatory, though ulf bass was quite fun in x-men first class.
Doesn't seem to be completely filtered...
Originally Posted by saprano
Sorry. How do i read this chart? Im used to the regular waterfalls.
The green graph are the peaks, the red graph is the average bass level throughout the entire movie. The frequency ruler is at the...
Originally Posted by tony123
I just finished Thor. On my personal scale, I have to give it a 5 star! Even though it does not dig below 20hz, it is a VERY potent as an overall soundtrack. The use of LFE was often and hard...
Originally Posted by DLS_222
Wow I wish my subs could reach that low.. I enjoyed this movie as well both the story and the audio. Does anyone know what the freq range is on the part where Eric grabs his helmet for the first time....
Originally Posted by pinktri
I see it the other way:
Xmen was a terrible movie, but had some serious LFE. Thor was a better movie, but didn't have as much LFE.
Most people liked the X-Men movie better, and many say it's...
Originally Posted by Test123455
Can anyone explain what waterfalls are in relation to bass?
It's a graph that makes it easier to see how often, how hard, and what frequencies of bass a certain scene is. Each waterfall shows...