What is some good mucic..?

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  1. ErnieGplus

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    Whats some good music to test out a sub.
    So far I have:


    Jurassic Lunch....


    Its not really music but but oh well anyways what else is there? I dont care what kind of music it is classical, rock rap, country, movie sound effects whatever....
     
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    Blue Man Group, Audio DVD-Audio
     
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    Try the the soundtrack from master and commander ..excellant music and good use of the sub ..

    Also check out the soundtrack from Braveheart ..great music and awesome bass !
     
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    Almost any of the Telarc albums with Erich Kunzel & the pops. (fantasy adventure, chiller, round-up etc etc).
     
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    A great track for how well a sub renders detail is “Drunk on Love” from Basia’s Sweetest Illusion CD. Check the link for the subwoofer face-off in my signature for info on how it should sound, as well as a few other tracks for testing subtly and detail. I like to turn off the mains for this test so I can hear only the sub, 'cause often what you're looking for from the sub can be reproduced by the mains as well (since information from bass intstuments typically spans both).

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    If you like a modern Big Jazz Band, add Big Phat Band - by three time Emmy Award winner and a multi-Grammy nominee Gordon Goodwin! (sample clips @ his website & CDNow)

    His 1st DVD, "Swinging' For The Fences", ...

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    ... supports all three six-channel formats; Dolby Digital, DTS and DVD Audio. Now DualDisc, the other side is PCM CD layer.

    Phil
     
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    This CD has a lot of tight, fast, musical bass, not 10 Hz., but it will get you pant cuffs moving. The recording itself is very, very clean.

    Massive Attack - Protection:

    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg...glance&s=music

    The cool thing is EVERY track offers something different bass-wise, from almost constant 'grumbling' or tight, fast, loud slaps. EDIT: EVERY track has cool bass, 4, 5, 6, etc.

    Just get the CD.

    I have about 150 other CD's of electronic, dance, trance, techno, IDM, etc. with vast amounts of bass.
     
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    Oh,
    Almost forgot ..
    For amazing bass play, try any Bella Fleck cd
     
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    Peter Gabriel's UP SACD should give your sub a workout. Even the Redbook CD will provide plenty of punch.
     

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