What do you audio experts think about this audio vest? With music listening or even with mixing, as they say in their website "the ultimate studio tool".
"Subpac M2X, Mobile tactile bass system, SubPac adds real depth, connection and enjoyment to whatever you play through it - your music and media comes to life with the added dimension of physical bass. Frequency Response: 1hz-200hz".
I think this is kinda something new happening in the audio field.
Heres the link for their website, check yourself...
Post by Michael Lawrence on Jun 15, 2018 1:20:50 GMT
Generally you see the "tactile transducers" mounted under the seats in "immersive" movie theaters, etc. We mount them under drum thrones live for drummers to feel what the kick is doing without a gigantic subwoofer bleeding all over the stage. thebuttkicker.com/ This is more or less an extension of the same idea. When you have a musician on In Ear Monitors, they might be hearing the same exact thing that they would be hearing from a stage monitor wedge, but it doesn't feel the same to them because of the absence of the sound waves literally vibrating their bodies. It's important to note that this is not just a basic vibrator, like the one on your cell phone or xbox controller. It is driven by a power amp which is driven by the signal itself, so if the bass is at 30Hz, then it vibrates at 30Hz too.
I bought a cheap ($15) "bass shaker" and attached it to the side of my pinball machine. It did nothing, not even a little. So if you get a bass shaker, get a good one. Though I prefer a real subwoofer.