View Full Version : Give your subwoofer a workout....
Comments/constructive criticism always appreciated.
3rd July 2003, 00:16
And my Atmo music folder gets even bigger. Nice sound, although the bass could be a bit lower(I was expecting my house to shake:p ). Once again, I don't like how slowly your songs start. I like techno that immediately kicks in and is only 4-5 minutes long, more than the kind that takes 5 minutes to really get started. Thats just my opinion. Good song though, once it gets started - I love the fading.
If you want really low, try this: http://www.atmodigitaldesign.com/music/bass.ogg
It's just a 20 second (364kb) clip of something i'm working on at the moment. Not sure if i'll leave the bassline like that though.
Just be careful with the volume knob, my woofers are in ported enclosures tuned to 32hz, and this causes them to unload and behave erratically at high volumes.
11th August 2003, 04:05
New track, just finished :)
11th August 2003, 10:05
Thank you Atmo. The firs one is really good. Downloading the 2nd one now.
11th August 2003, 11:48
Good music Atmo!
11th August 2003, 12:45
Downloaded the first one. I like it but i think a bit more lower frequencies would be better, but its still very good. I havent looked at the second one yet. My bed time has come up.
[Edit] Ok it didnt take that long to download so i thought id spare a few mins to write a reveiw. Ok well, i think if you created something like a bass tester that would be wicked! With constant bass frequencies to make things shake alot, but they change every few seconds to make it sound good, you know what i mean. But overall i think they are very good i like them. I had it running full vol and no distortion which is good.:up: :up: :) ;)
Ill look a the third tomorrow.;)
[Edit] Ok so i stayed up past my bed time. Third: Well anyway this one is good aswell, i like this one better han the first, i dont know why, i just do.:D
BTW, what do you use to create these?
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