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    • Welcome to Boom Time's new-old forum.
    • HI, Anyone try these newer booms ?
      although i am set for booms right now...i wonder how they feel, 
      and if it is something to consider when i need to replace my current ones down the road. Any help will be apprecited. I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.  References:
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    • HI, I've got this problem with a bass guitar part which is so boomy it's driving me nuts trying to get it work in the mix. From 20HZ to 125HZ it's fairly consistent db wise and then there is a drop off (I did a spectral analysis of it). Now I've tried reducing the boom by cutting at 110/115 wide Q and also hi pass at 50. The problem with that though is that there is still boom on the very bottom notes and the upper notes just get lost volume wise because there is quite a drop off after 125 as I said. If I take off too much of the bottom end it sounds tinny, so I don't want to do that - but if I increase it bottom end wise at say 80ish I still get the bottom note/hi note difference.
      Any thoughts? Any help will be apprecited. I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.  References:
      https://www.soundonsound.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=138622
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