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Realistically, how low is  bass in music?
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Old 17th August 2018, 11:09 PM   #281
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Realistically, how low is  bass in music?
At least, it would flash a red LED that I would see and adjust, if the level is way above what I've estimated. And actually fast acting of a digital limiter does not sound as harsh as digital clipping. It is not a theory, it is how it sounds.

And of course, the clip that I posted was not the only sound that I recorded. It was much longer during July-4. This clip was selected, cut, normalized, and converted to mp3.

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There looks to be to more LF in the fireworks than in the thunder I've recorded. Thunder tends to peak around 150 Hz with a 6dB/octave roll off at the top.
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There looks to be to more LF in the fireworks than in the thunder I've recorded.
some japanese analysis:
Noise and low-frequency sound levels due to aerial fireworks and prediction of the occupational exposure of pyrotechnicians to noise
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Realistically, how low is  bass in music?
Some big peaks at 35 Hz in that study. Lots of midrange too.
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