Heads Up Deluxe

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Heads Up Deluxe


All the Heads Up mixes and the hugely popular Bassnectar remix of Beats Antique's "Roustabout".

Deluxe includes: your choice of white or black Bass Head Tee, Heads Up CD, instant download of 320kbps MP3 or WAV , and a free sticker pack.

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Heads Up CD

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  • http://www.facebook.com/Mustakrish Matthew Clegg

    can these be got on vinyl as well?

    • http://www.bassnectar.net Lorin

      heads up….yah california style would be SICK on wax eh?
      som1 would have to press them.

      im workin on an update remix of that one, maybe it'll happen.
      its a lot of work to get them on vinyl….digital is so clean and easy
      :)

      • LateBlmr2011

        Some of the quality is lost on digital. I just saw an article on vinyl v. cd. If I can find it I will post. It's more expensive but a special edition would be SICK. Especially for us sound therapy vibrational ecstasy hounds and houndettes. Have a friend with a sound chamber and she uses some of your music (along with others) in a room with over 2000 brass nails to amplify the sound.for sound therapy. Imagine what would happen with wax! :)~ Btw you ROCK.

        • Yorick

          The “How Stuff Works” article is full of technical errors. There are limitations of CDs, and Vinyl has limitations, too. These are decent articles exploring the technicalities: http://www.audioholics.com/edu

          http://www.audioholics.com/edu

          What I take away from this is: Vinyl doesn't quite have the dynamic range of CD. It may be able to reproduce high frequencies better than CDs. Higher sampling rates (96 or even 192) may help with reproduction of sawtooth and square waves.

          For the stuff that Bassnectar make, digital is very likely a more accurate representation.

          Accuracy's not the be-all end-all, though. I can see people wanting Vinyl because they prefer the resulting sound, and have the high-end equipment needed to play Vinyl well.

          I'll leave you with these words of wisdom from a recording engineer. The question was “what do I need to look out for when mastering a WAV to Vinyl, as opposed to CD?”

          A couple of quick items:

          1. avoid sibilance and too much high end. It distorts more in a vinyl media than CD and can damage the cutter head.

          2. Watch levels, with CD you can get a hotter level than vinyl as vinyl will skip. I wouldn't go beyond maybe -10 dBFS average for vinyl, where many CDs are now averaging around -6 or less.

          3. Watch bass levels, again CD can handle more than vinyl.

          4. Watch phase especially in the bass frequencies. Out of phase material can again cause vinyl to skip.

          5. Have a reasonable length for the album. With shorter lengths, the more room will be available to cut the grooves and the less likely skips will occur. As a result, you can get levels hotter, use more bass. That's a major reason why dance/club singles are cut on 12″ and are usually only a few minutes in length.

          If you are after the bass that Bassnectar delivers, stay with CD. :)

  • shadow

    play all of them at the same time and it sounds SICK

  • Inommassage

    nice an wobbley…yah Malente!

  • nelsongirl

    so who did the original Roustabout then?? always makes me wanna run off an join the circus!

    • HarbingerofBass

      Beats Antique

  • TJ. B

    Malente….. f***in good stuff

  • Kelserelse

    LAUREN    IF U SEE THIS I NEED A DECENT SIZED LOGO SO I CAN GET A HYPHY-ASS TATOO   I LOVE YOUR DESIGN AND WHAT IT STANDS FOR   YOUR MUSIC HAS AND WILL CONTINUE TO CREATE A POSITIVE REVELUTION   PLEASE WITH ALL YOUR LOVE HOOK A BROTHER UP. CALI LOVE808

    • http://www.facebook.com/hzaidi Hasan Zaidi

      *Lorin

      Also check out the beneath link, which will take you to the “Press” section. Underneath the two rows of pictures are High-Res logos that you can use.

      http://www.bassnectar.net/press/

      Good luck with the tat, post a picture after and you might just get added to the tattoo collection!

    • http://www.bassnectar.net LORIN

      yeah, it is in the press section on this site, hi res logo
      :)

    • guest

      learn to spell

  • http://twitter.com/xLevesque Mike Levesque

    it will be an honor meeting you again at CB10. Please tell me you have a VIP set or at least can attend the surf and turf dinner!?