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post #61 of 95
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Originally Posted by ecox View Post

My favorite is an unofficial release called the soundhound organ CD, and it has some of the finest low bass I've ever heard.

Can anyone offer some thoughts on where to get a copy of the Soundhound disc? I've seen it mentioned a number of times, but most posts referencing a download have long been edited.

Keith
post #62 of 95
Any of the albums by the Gorillaz will give you excellent bass, for really good extension try Clint Eastwood from the G-Sides album.

Another one is O Fortuna by Carl Orff. You have to get the right performance, and i can't figure out which one it is that i have. I have long lost the album artwork. There is a TREMENDOUSLY powerful bass drum that will astound you.

For more bass, you can also look at the rap group Nemesis.

I too would be interested in acquiring this Soundhound Organ album
post #63 of 95
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Originally Posted by adio View Post

yes, it does.......... but its the only place your gonna find songs ppl are recommending without dl'ing them

Give Grooveshark a try; not audiophile, but better than YouTube by a longshot.
post #64 of 95
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Originally Posted by HornsKeith View Post

Can anyone offer some thoughts on where to get a copy of the Soundhound disc? I've seen it mentioned a number of times, but most posts referencing a download have long been edited.

Keith

I too am looking for this CD NO LUCK anywhere ??
post #65 of 95
Sharm- Hazem Beltagui

Longest road- Morgan Page Feat Lissie

Kaskade-Dynasty (Hazem Beltagui Remix)

Lifehouse- Halfway gone (Morgan Page Remix)

The Ian Carey Project Get Shakey
post #66 of 95
Keep them coming guys
post #67 of 95
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Originally Posted by BWDinc View Post

stay away from mp3's. if you have to then go with variable bit rate, or 256kbps. If possible go with the cd version. Mp3s lose low end clarity. Pretty much any pop dance club music is fine, just dont gain it to death with too much bass.

i dont even listen to MP3 anymore unless at LEAST 320K - i have ripped everything i have to FLAC, but am curious to try ripping to monkey's audio - supposedly lossless and you can uncompress to WAV so its an exact copy of the original track.

for the OP, the only thing i can think of off the top of my head for crazy bass is lady gaga - 'just dance' and LL cool J - 'around the way girl' - and of course ANYTHING by techmaster PEB
post #68 of 95
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Originally Posted by Bone215 View Post

Suprisingly enough, one of the most unexpected sources of very low bass is the Fifth Element sound track, very well recorded with some very low stuff.

the one track that i've noticed that had the most awesome bass was called 'Five Millenia Later'

easliy a 30HZ or below unforgiving kick drum
post #69 of 95
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Originally Posted by Erik Tracy View Post

The Japanese taiko drum group, Kodo, has a 25th Anniversary CD that has content that reaches down to 20hz content.

Warning though - your sub may be too scared to handle this, and if it can then, it may turn your brain to mush if turned up too high

Speaking of Taiko, the closing song on Battlestar Galactica is my favorite Taiko - awesome
post #70 of 95
Underworld-River of bass-is good material to get your shirt sleeves/pant legs blowing.
post #71 of 95
Try the rap group Three Six Mafia, the song Late Nite Tip has really good bass on that track. Another song that I like for low bass is the band Lacuna Coil and the song is called Cold Heritage has some really low bass on it as well. Lil Wayne album Tha Carter III and the song called A-Milli is great as well. Tons of great bass songs out there you just have to find them.
post #72 of 95
Dungeon Family - Excalibur, Forever Pimpin

Method Man - Biscuits

Daz Dillenger - My System

Young Jeezy - Air Forces, Trap or Die
post #73 of 95
Patrick O'Hearns "A Windham Hill Retrospective" has nice bass. Considering he's a bass player!

Jeff
post #74 of 95
Bass, I love you - Basstronics

Look up DJ Magic Mike. All of his stuff hits really hard.

And my personal favorite for insane bass is the beginning of Candy Shop. Hits hard.
post #75 of 95
There's enough here to shut down your sub amp(s) (play at your own risk, I have owned this disc for years and killed many subs that just could not handle it)...

http://www.amazon.com/Quad-Maximus-B...t_mus_ep_dpi_1

No ultra low sub-sonics here but very visceral at reference levels.

Jason
post #76 of 95
I just remembered a CD that came out in the 90's (?) The Great Fantasy Adventure Album from Telarc. Killer bass!

Jeff
post #77 of 95
Datranz,

If you PM me your email address I will send you those songs if you have not already got them.

I have the bassotronics album which is 1000 kbs and wicked quality.

I prefer FLAC files now as they offer a much better sound quality than 320 kbs track. Alot more detail in them and much clearer.

cheers

Graham
post #78 of 95
the man's too strong - brothers in arms
it has some bass notes that will shake the room.
post #79 of 95
Great low extension plus test tones starting at 20htz in 5 htz intervals, best cd I have found.

Andrew
post #80 of 95
post #81 of 95
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Originally Posted by andrewdamato View Post

Great low extension plus test tones starting at 20htz in 5 htz intervals, best cd I have found.

Andrew

Those are just test tones, not music.
post #82 of 95
Croseiv,
Not just test tones, there are about 17 songs on the disc. Look it up on iTunes...
post #83 of 95
Here is one very good bass example, good music too:

Artist: Klaus Schulze
Album: Ballett 4
Title: Soft 'n' Groovy
Frequency: 13.75 Hz (note A-) Yes!

You'll need a GOOD subwoofer and >> 1kW bass power to hear (=feel) it.

Another suitable artist for powerfull bass is Infected Mushroom. Their album B.P. Empire has very strong bass, but there's almost nothing under 30 Hz.
post #84 of 95
you want bass?

here you go....hehe

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0WlX...ayer_embedded#!

same track but with a nice intro

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8HlwYIo020
post #85 of 95
50 cent - "In Da Club" has a really low nice beat to it

also DMX/50 cent "Shot Down" also has a real low beat to it
post #86 of 95
Can anyone recommend some good bass songs that are NOT rap or hip hop? I'm a middle-aged white guy that likes good old rock and roll. Playing actual instruments are a plus.

NIN are ok sometimes, but not definitely my favorite. I like the Fear Factory remix album - Remanufacture, but I think my room is too big for a single PC13-Ultra.
post #87 of 95
Wow that is quite a classist statement to make..... Why do you consider the music ghetto?
post #88 of 95
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Originally Posted by Kimwyn View Post

Wow that is quite a classist statement to make..... Why do you consider the music ghetto?

Why do you consider it not ghetto?
post #89 of 95
The dubstep genre has some pretty hard-hitting bass. There are some good songs here: http://salacioussound.com/2010/07/th...racks-of-2010/
post #90 of 95
Album: Noisia - Split the Atom

top notch production from these guys. More known for their dnb but made an absolute classic album that spans the different electronic genres.

if your objective is to test the tightness and oomph of your subs, try this album...

couple woofer twisting material:
square feet
leakage
alpha centari
shellshock

any tune on this album really.


if you need additional validation try:
noisia: machine gun (16bit remix)
foreign beggars - typhoon (chasing shadows remix)
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