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Frankfurt 2007: very loud (i like this), phantastic show!!!

At 36, I'm starting to take my health more seriously. I am quite concerned about the jubilations regarding the extreme loudness of the last TD concert. Great music does not need to be deafeningly loud. I would like to think that I'll still be able to hear, and not get tinnitus for the rest of my life, if I can go to the next one.... so that I can continue to enjoy quiet to moderately loud music afterwards. :wink:

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intercorni wrote:
Frankfurt 2007: very loud (i like this), phantastic show!!!

At 36, I'm starting to take my health more seriously. I am quite concerned about the jubilations regarding the extreme loudness of the last TD concert. Great music does not need to be deafeningly loud. I would like to think that I'll still be able to hear and not get tinnitus for the rest of my life if I can go to the next one.... so that I can continue to enjoy quiet to moderately loud music afterwards. :wink:


try these:

http://www.hearingprotection.co.uk/musi ... ection.htm

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intercorni wrote:
Frankfurt 2007: very loud (i like this), phantastic show!!!

At 36, I'm starting to take my health more seriously. I am quite concerned about the jubilations regarding the extreme loudness of the last TD concert. Great music does not need to be deafeningly loud. I would like to think that I'll still be able to hear and not get tinnitus for the rest of my life if I can go to the next one.... so that I can continue to enjoy quiet to moderately loud music afterwards. :wink:


try these:

http://www.hearingprotection.co.uk/musi ... ection.htm


These are the mutts nutts in earplugs, expensive they might be, but hey only cut out the bad frequencies. Our drummer uses a pair all the time when playing as his job is remastering and his ears are his trade.

Personally through years of personal hi - fi's, playing in bands, going to unhealthly load gigs during my teens and twenties my hearing is shot.
I now have to endure distorted concerts if the sounds is either too bright or too loud.


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intercorni wrote:
Frankfurt 2007: very loud (i like this), phantastic show!!!

At 36, I'm starting to take my health more seriously. I am quite concerned about the jubilations regarding the extreme loudness of the last TD concert. Great music does not need to be deafeningly loud. I would like to think that I'll still be able to hear and not get tinnitus for the rest of my life if I can go to the next one.... so that I can continue to enjoy quiet to moderately loud music afterwards. :wink:


try these:

http://www.hearingprotection.co.uk/musi ... ection.htm


These are the mutts nutts in earplugs, expensive they might be, but hey only cut out the bad frequencies. Our drummer uses a pair all the time when playing as his job is remastering and his ears are his trade.

Personally through years of personal hi - fi's, playing in bands, going to unhealthly load gigs during my teens and twenties my hearing is shot.
I now have to endure distorted concerts if the sounds is either too bright or too loud.


I ****** my hearing through listening to about 60,000 drum samples (cutting off the dead air etc)...hence I got tinnitus, sod all to do with loud gigs. Luckily I got my hearing fixed

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intercorni wrote:
Frankfurt 2007: very loud (i like this), phantastic show!!!

At 36, I'm starting to take my health more seriously. I am quite concerned about the jubilations regarding the extreme loudness of the last TD concert. Great music does not need to be deafeningly loud. I would like to think that I'll still be able to hear and not get tinnitus for the rest of my life if I can go to the next one.... so that I can continue to enjoy quiet to moderately loud music afterwards. :wink:


try these:

http://www.hearingprotection.co.uk/musi ... ection.htm


These are the mutts nutts in earplugs, expensive they might be, but hey only cut out the bad frequencies. Our drummer uses a pair all the time when playing as his job is remastering and his ears are his trade.

Personally through years of personal hi - fi's, playing in bands, going to unhealthly load gigs during my teens and twenties my hearing is shot.
I now have to endure distorted concerts if the sounds is either too bright or too loud.


I ****** my hearing through listening to about 60,000 drum samples (cutting off the dead air etc)...hence I got tinnitus, sod all to do with loud gigs. Luckily I got my hearing fixed

I don't think that there is a cure for tinnitus or deafness, is there?

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Desert_Voyager wrote:
24db wrote:
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24db wrote:
Desert_Voyager wrote:
intercorni wrote:
Frankfurt 2007: very loud (i like this), phantastic show!!!

At 36, I'm starting to take my health more seriously. I am quite concerned about the jubilations regarding the extreme loudness of the last TD concert. Great music does not need to be deafeningly loud. I would like to think that I'll still be able to hear and not get tinnitus for the rest of my life if I can go to the next one.... so that I can continue to enjoy quiet to moderately loud music afterwards. :wink:


try these:

http://www.hearingprotection.co.uk/musi ... ection.htm


These are the mutts nutts in earplugs, expensive they might be, but hey only cut out the bad frequencies. Our drummer uses a pair all the time when playing as his job is remastering and his ears are his trade.

Personally through years of personal hi - fi's, playing in bands, going to unhealthly load gigs during my teens and twenties my hearing is shot.
I now have to endure distorted concerts if the sounds is either too bright or too loud.


I ****** my hearing through listening to about 60,000 drum samples (cutting off the dead air etc)...hence I got tinnitus, sod all to do with loud gigs. Luckily I got my hearing fixed

I don't think that there is a cure for tinnitus or deafness, is there?


Tinnitus can be treated with 'noise re-training'...it's not that widely known, and works against the 'tinnitus can't be treated BS' view of some doctors in the NHS, luckily I saw one of the top audiological surgeons in the UK and was totally ok within 18 months

Tinnitus - not a disease, just the ability to hear sounds generated by the auditory (hearing) system, evidence of compensatory mechanisms that are part of its normal function. The problem is the distress created - not the type of sound.

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timer wrote:
24db wrote:
Desert_Voyager wrote:
intercorni wrote:
Frankfurt 2007: very loud (i like this), phantastic show!!!

At 36, I'm starting to take my health more seriously. I am quite concerned about the jubilations regarding the extreme loudness of the last TD concert. Great music does not need to be deafeningly loud. I would like to think that I'll still be able to hear and not get tinnitus for the rest of my life if I can go to the next one.... so that I can continue to enjoy quiet to moderately loud music afterwards. :wink:


try these:

http://www.hearingprotection.co.uk/musi ... ection.htm


These are the mutts nutts in earplugs, expensive they might be, but hey only cut out the bad frequencies. Our drummer uses a pair all the time when playing as his job is remastering and his ears are his trade.

Personally through years of personal hi - fi's, playing in bands, going to unhealthly load gigs during my teens and twenties my hearing is shot.
I now have to endure distorted concerts if the sounds is either too bright or too loud.


the cheap ones are quite good I hear

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intercorni wrote:
Frankfurt 2007: very loud (i like this), phantastic show!!!


excellent show

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easily the best (for me) TD concert in at least 10 years...maybe since 87 :shock: :wink:

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24db wrote:
intercorni wrote:
Frankfurt 2007: very loud (i like this), phantastic show!!!


excellent show



Incredible show................super loud and super quality 8) :D

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intercorni wrote:
Frankfurt 2007: very loud (i like this), phantastic show!!!


excellent show



Incredible show................super loud and super quality 8) :D


eh? oh yeah...loud ;)

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I measured 110db at the balkon...128db during teetering scales...but that may have been my eyes rattling in me head

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I measured 110db at the balkon...128db during teetering scales...but that may have been my eyes rattling in me head


they were like that before Linda wound her music box up! ;)

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Im in awe of Linda's box :shock: :wink:


awesome intro to a gig....mystified me...but hey.... :arrow:

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I measured 110db at the balkon...128db during teetering scales...but that may have been my eyes rattling in me head


they were like that before Linda wound her music box up! ;)


Teetering scales got me all damp and over excited............. 8)

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