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post #211 of 613
Pink Floyd - Echoes

Specifically this section: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...d3S9rmA#t=834s
post #212 of 613
Thread Starter 
Here's a playthrough list of the songs we demoed at the recent KC Blind Subwoofer Meet linked in my sig.

http://kiwi6.com/file/vo80ks3b34

Here is the streaming link
http://k004.kiwi6.com/hotlink/vo80ks3b34

Unfortunately the tracks have gone through some conversions in the above link. We actually just played the originals using only MPTrim to shorten them. For the link above the original MP3's have been trimmed using MPTrim -> those same multiple clips combined using winamp nullsoft diskwriter to output a single wav file -> that single wave file converted to a single mp3 file using winamps 3rd party official lame mp3 writer plugin. Despite the conversions - with this link you can listen to all the tracks we auditioned to get an idea of the music. It still work okay to get a feel for the tracks. There is a large variety of bass heavy music representing most every genre -- hopefully with the list we got a bit of everything to appeal to everyone for subwoofer demo purposes.
post #213 of 613
aRCHAEA,

Link much be overloaded as it wont go for me. Have a direct DL site for the entire MP3?
post #214 of 613
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by shocker View Post

aRCHAEA,

Link much be overloaded as it wont go for me. Have a direct DL site for the entire MP3?

I don't.

Just click the play button in the top left corner. Or click the streaming link below it. It's working for me right now. If you still can't get it to work I can e-mail you the tracks if you send me a e-mail address through PM.
post #215 of 613
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Originally Posted by Archaea View Post

I don't.

Just click the play button in the top left corner. Or click the streaming link below it. It's working for me right now. If you still can't get it to work I can e-mail you the tracks if you send me a e-mail address through PM.

Got it to work. WOW, that's pretty insane, esp the 100hz to 20hz sweep. First time I seen my 120" screen shake like that. Some of the other tracks make for some pretty good mid to low bass bass slam as well.
post #216 of 613
Nothing too low, but quite a bit of drum

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ld_tF1AXqs
post #217 of 613
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Originally Posted by loft View Post

I have different moods. Lately I've been in the mood for rap/R&B -- but also listen to rock frequently. What do you listen to/prefer?

I posted this, I cant name the genre's other than alternative or soundtrack...not a big rap, metal, or R&B fan, but there are some good ones, but I dont listen to it enough to name.

This was pretty sweet from another poster: la guitarra by orjan nilson

Here are some from soundhound in my iphone, some are bass monsters, some have killer overall sound...I know theres a word for it but cant think of it

Feel like a ghost - EI-P
Tron legacy soundtrack - recognizer by daft punk
Federico baltimore - the 12th string
Federico baltimore - beleza
Doves - firesuite
Magic sound fabric - fire within
DJ team - sexy chick
the engine room - A perfect lie
the Decemberists - This is why we fight
Freedom fighters - Two steps from hell
E.J. Posthumus - unstoppable
Franz ferdinand - take me out

This is what I would mainly listen to



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Originally Posted by dunan View Post

Have to add some for those that like soundtrack music, off the top of my head:

'Klendathu Drop' - Starship Troopers Soundtrack

'Time' from the movie Inception

'Bioluminescence of the night' from the movie Avatar

'Making of a Cyborg' from the movie Ghost in the Shell


If anyone knows of anymore music like this, let me know please. I'll go through what i have and try to add more.
post #218 of 613
Couple of metal songs: Korn - Blind a lot of Korns songs have pretty deep bass. Also Metallica - Anesthesia (off of Kill em All). Song doesn't go very deep but amazing to hear what Cliff Burton can do with a bass. Sadly missed.
post #219 of 613
For a change of pace (and to make up for that OTHER song I recently posted), how about some Slightly Stoopid:
Wicked Rebel
Digital
post #220 of 613
Sublime- Mic Control
post #221 of 613
Quote:
Originally Posted by cel4145 View Post

For a change of pace (and to make up for that OTHER song I recently posted), how about some Slightly Stoopid:
Wicked Rebel
Digital

Good contributions but you're never going to get away from that Barney song, Cel!
post #222 of 613
The Flaming Lips- A Spoonful Weighs a Ton
A Perfect Circle- The Package
post #223 of 613
This thread has been a little quiet.

I don't have a song to offer, but rather a place to get obscure house/dubstep/trance/techno in .wav. Turns out that Discogs has lots of obscure digital content. It's a little pricey for single tracks--$2.75 for individual wav files (there is album pricing)--but lots of stuff that Amazon only carries as mp3s. I'm guessing it has turned into a major market for DJs to buy lossless audio. I found a lot of tracks that I only had mp3s for. Add stuff to your cart; it inserts mp3s by default, but you can change that in the cart itself to a wav version.

And if you have visited Discog, great resource for finding out what albums/cds a song was released on, sometimes even including promo cds. I've also used them to track down used cds of obscure stuff that's not available digitally or anywhere else.
post #224 of 613
Yup, Discogs is great. You can also try boomkat.com for techno/house/dubstep/grime/etc type music from independent artists. Most of it is available in download form. I got the album Triangulation (Interpretations) by Scuba there, and I think it's pretty good.
post #225 of 613
That's nice. They have flacs. Saves a step over having to convert wavs
post #226 of 613
Another site with lots of mostly independent music and all available in FLAC is Bandcamp. I found some Bassnectar stuff there.

I see that music label 4AD is offering FLAC downloads of much of their artists' material.

And if you find an artist whose web site is "powered by Topspin Media" then chances are that it will offer FLAC. Unfortunately Topspin doesn't make it easy to search their artists for genre, and in exploring their site in general is just annoying.
post #227 of 613
Thread Starter 
Gorillaz - Dare
post #228 of 613
You guys have to listen to the song Rack City by Tyga!! Great bass!! Song is hilarious. Lol
post #229 of 613
Skrillex bangarang has my ears right now. This stuff is just amazing with good subs.
post #230 of 613
Yello -The Eye(CD) - first track "Planet Dada" and last track "Planet Dada(Flamboyant)". This is a great sounding and well recorded CD. I'd recommend both or one of these tracks for a music selection in the subwoofer GTGs too. The "Flamboyant" remix version has much harder hitting higher amplitude bass to it. There are other good selections on this disc too.
post #231 of 613
Go here and enter your email (they will not spam you) to get a sampler album. Then try out track 11, Danny Barnes - Fun on your subwoofer.
post #232 of 613
Danity Kane - Showstopper
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post #234 of 613
Just got a wav version of this off discog. Great bass in this Tocadisco remix of Bob Sinclar's Ultimate Funk. Be prepared for a little sub workout.

post #235 of 613
Ha I can't make it more than 3 seconds with that stupid tyga song . Same bass line as 90% of that kind of music.
post #236 of 613
Sick ass bass... If you have a system with balls, these two tracks will impress whether you're a Floyd fan or not:

Pink Floyd Dark Side Of The Moon SACD

Volume Output 80db

Track 8 - Any Colour You Like
Track 9 - Brain Damage

For you U2 fans, I suggest the song Numb
post #237 of 613
I hope you guys can appreciate this song as much as i do

The Dream- Love vs Money (RnB)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bXSud3zdT-U
this song has a killer low end in the chorus... about 1:30 into the song
post #238 of 613
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Originally Posted by bezlar View Post

Skrillex bangarang has my ears right now. This stuff is just amazing with good subs.

yes it is...

post #239 of 613
I had not heard Skrillex before, so I went to YouTube. I really enjoyed the Google ad strange pairing of Skirllex and the Mormon church for Easter Sunday (lol).
LL
post #240 of 613
Not sure if this dub step video has been posted before, but it's got some good variety of bass, including a couple sweeps...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G1bVyWjnhtM
(Plus the stage entertainers are, um, entertaining!)
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