- The Physical Dimension of Sound.
SubPac is a start up bringing the Physical dimension of Sound to the world via our seated and wearable tactile Bass systems.
The Subpac promo video definitely creates an aura of excellence around the product, especially with the world class testimonials supporting it from internationally well known artists all across the board. The intro was great ("I'm tearing up") for bringing viewers in. The only suggestions that we would make would be to describe the product more for viewers. What is it exactly? Is it for producers and musicians only or the general public? Cost? As an awareness promo piece this video is top notch, but you could lose viewers who won't search further to find out if the Subpac is for them. Overall, we're psyched on it and will do further research, but will your typical viewer be so inclined?
Sorry for the delay! I was out of the country. As a mastering engineer specializing in electronic music, I've been really curious about the SubPac S2! I always check sub levels in my car, where I've got the subwoofer totally dialed in. The SubPac could very well be a handy shortcut! I'm not sure if it would fit my Aeron chair, but if you want to send me one, I'd be happy to review it at passivepromotion.com! My blog is mostly music promotion related, but I have several articles on mixing that I refer my clients to all the time. Regardless, I'm happy to help spread the word to my followers on Twitter! Thanks for selecting me!
This video made me want to understand more about Subpac, but it would be helpful to get a better explanation of what exactly it is sooner. Also - who is it for? IS it just for producers / DJs etc. in the studio, or is this going to be great in movie theater seats one day? I think there are broader implications here that are worth talking about too. Can't wait to try it out - thanks for sending!
I found this video very interesting. Basically, The SubPac is the ultimate solution for monitoring low frequencies. Music is often played very loudly and it can cause significant hearing damage and hearing loss for the performers. Many musicians often experience a painful ringing in their ears and they are forced to retire. The SubPac provides accurate frequency response ranges of 5hz to 130hz and you’ll get the deepest lows possible, it's portable and you can us it anywhere, anytime. TheSubPac is ideal for music, films and games. Sounds great, doesn't it? Musican are faced with some of the most common studio problems like small and cuboid rooms which have the biggest acoustical problems. With TheSubPac the room you are in and how it effects the bass response is no longer an issue. Your level of inspiration will be increased and it even creates a higher state of relaxation. Thanks for sharing!
I have a ton of questions about for Team SubPac. What's your plan and method of customer acquisition ? Any event activation plans? Where can I purchase or demo SubPac? I am very interested in collaborating with SubPac. Send me a message via Fluence.io so I can 1) get specifics on the feedback your wanting, and 2) so we can talk more about product promotions.
This is an awesome video. I LOVE the w ay it opens up. I feel like the video and audio go really well together. It rumbles and rocks in a deep serious way and moves me into action. It's just the right length and is feels bad-ass. More people need to see this video. Well done.
WHOA bass! As mentioned by Hank Shocklee, I can't help but be skeptical, but if this product produces an accurate low-end response, this could be a boon for home-studio musicians. I like that he addresses the skepticism right off the bat, I think that does a good job of stoking my curiosity and adding validity to this product. The price point seems right, as it's just a hair under what I paid for my KRK10S... which continually pisses off my neighbors. If I could feel the bass without making anyone angry, I'd be happier. That said, I'd want to try this first. A few things the video misses: 1. A final call to action. You list the URL, but there's no reason to do go there. "See more demos", "on sale at", etc might help. Would be cool to show thumbnails of videos and allow the user to click through to some demos or more informational (less advertise-y) videos. 2. Any sort of product specs to appeal to the nerds and pros: Frequency response specs, connections, crossover, etc. Also, it brings up some questions, like is it wireless or how does it connect to my monitor setup? All in all, an interesting idea. I like it.
Wow, this looks absolutely amazing. I wish I had paid more attention to kickstarter in 2013 as I would've loved to be backer of this product. I recently went to a LAN party with a friend and there were three players who used the Subpac and I just had to give it a try. I asked and they were generous enough, so I strapped it on. It's everything you guys says it is... not just for music, but entertainment as a whole. You mention how much of a game changer it'll be for producers, djs and musicians.... think about the gamers, especially those who play FPS's, it's a whole new world for them. Keep up the good work, I love seeing promo and hearing about this product and can't wait to see what you bring to the table in the future. Keep up the good work. - Greg Savage
I've heard only good things about the SubPac, Freq Nasty was quite vocal about how much he digs it. I will be considering adding this to my studio, as sub frequencies in smaller project studios like my own can get unruly fairly easily.
Not sure what I am evaluating here...the quality of the commercial or the idea of the product. Doesn't matter, I LOVE both. The commercial is incredibly compelling, well shot, great subject...truly intrigues me to learn more about the subpac. The subpac itself looks SICK. Can I haz one? :)
This seems really cool. I'm currently testing a device that is similar, but it's a cube thing you clip on your clothes. It's pretty uncomfortable. I like that this is catered to producers and has a non-intrusive design. This video definitely caught my attention, although I'd recommend keeping the text up with his name for a little longer. I had to replay the video to read it all. I'm really interested in learning more if you want to email me at nina @ digitalmusicnews
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