Ahh fuck all this talk of systems reminds me of how long it’s been since I’ve gone to a night where I’ve genuinely been abused by a sound system
Has anybody heard the Tsunami Bass in Brooklyn? My sister lives in Boston and I’m trying to decide if it’s worth it to plan a trip to visit her and Tsunami
It’s probably worth it if it’s a big stack of subs
Think they’ve been used at dubwar & reconstrvct, so probably quite a decent system
Seriously do it - that thing is a beast. I’ve seen LAS, Quest, and N-Type play and the system has always been really on point.
definitely looks like it’s worth it
Somehow makes me think of Area 51 and alien abductions… like ‘this a photo from the scene’ kind of thing
That’s less than ½ of the current system, which now includes a 24’x32’ vibrating dance floor capable of generating frequencies as low as 5 Hz
Images from the Brown Note in Brooklyn, NY. Home to the Tsunami Bass Sound System. Four point setup with a 24’x32’ vibrating dance floor capable of generating frequencies as low as 5 Hz.
for the dubtopia in the small room we work together with justice rivah soundsystem. (soon also a record label):
and for the bigger dubtopia sessions we work with collynization soundsystem. (we split up the whole system into 3 stacks and place them basically around the booth & crowd)
need to visit NYC sometime
Aba Shanti - I
Some of the best in the game IMO
What does it actually sound like? Seems to be a slight imbalance between bass and… everything else lol
For my consumer packaging class this semester one of our projects is going to be designing and building a POP (Point of Purchase) display out of corrugated cardboard. I’m trying to think of a way to make one that is some hog scoop bass bins. Any ideas for what kind of product those would advertise best?
I’d say tunes. Makes sense considering that’s what is coming out of the display at the same time, init?