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30th Apr '16 7:00:06 AM MacronNotes
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* A growing problem with widespread adoption of [[ThreeDMovie 3-D films]] and TV sets is that they have a tendency to cause eye strain and even motion sickness in a large minority of viewers.

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* A growing problem with widespread adoption of [[ThreeDMovie [[UsefulNotes/ThreeDMovie 3-D films]] and TV sets is that they have a tendency to cause eye strain and even motion sickness in a large minority of viewers.
10th Mar '16 6:32:29 PM FekketCantenel
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* The audiobook version of ''Literature/EdenGreen'' contains a grating scratch sound at the moment when [[spoiler:Eden is infected with]] the alien needle symbiote.
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15th Feb '16 9:58:17 PM Heartlesswithaheart
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* Shows up twice in ''CorpseParty Blood Drive'', where the game plays music so loud that it actually sounds distorted in the gym and once while wandering Heavenly Host. Considering that it's recommended that you play with headphones to give it a more eerie atmosphere, it will ''destroy'' the ear drums of anyone unfortunate enough to actually use them during that moment.
5th Feb '16 11:58:54 AM FromtheWordsofBR
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* The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OaWIR0J-KNw logo for 3-G Home Video]] is infamous for its ''extremely'' loud whooshing sound.



* The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OaWIR0J-KNw logo for 3-G Home Video]] is infamous for its ''extremely'' loud whooshing sound.
* In a similar vein is UAV Corporation's VanityPlate, which isn't nearly as sudden but still ear-shatteringly loud.



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* Most [[VanityPlate production logos]] from the 1970s and early 1980s, particularly those by Viacom ("[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=10LDTLjEPDM The V of Doom]]"), Columbia/Screen Gems ("[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQ7zZRud1B0 The S From Hell]]"), and Paramount ("[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5fVJwc8hiE The Closet Killer]]" or "The Peak of Fear"). The combination of bombastic synthesized jingles and symbols that seem to charge toward the screen caused no end of distress for young children, who still grit their teeth through the logos as adults. Fortunately, these logos were retired in favor of less frightening ones in the late 1980s. Paramount went one step further by replacing the Peak of Fear in its legacy series, first with a full color, computer-rendered mountain, then with the CBS Syndication logo. You actually have to hunt for a scary Paramount logo on television these days, and frankly, who would want to do that to themselves?
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* Most [[VanityPlate production logos]] from the 1970s and early 1980s, particularly those by Viacom ("[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=10LDTLjEPDM The V of Doom]]"), Columbia/Screen Gems ("[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQ7zZRud1B0 The S From Hell]]"), and Paramount ("[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5fVJwc8hiE The Closet Killer]]" or "The Peak of Fear"). The combination of bombastic synthesized jingles and symbols that seem to charge toward the screen caused no end of distress for young children.
5th Jan '16 9:04:11 PM JewelSparkles
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* Music/DirEnGrey are no strangers to this trope, both in the visual department and in the actual music as well. Particular notorious audio examples include Kyo's ear-piercing screams in "Agitated Screams of Maggots" (the entire song), "Kodou" (right after a brief pause), and "Pink Killer" (Kyo sounds like he's being brutally tortured during the last 30 seconds or so as the music fades and what remains is his very loud shriek.
6th Dec '15 11:45:02 AM CassandraLeo
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* Funeral doom is a different take on this trope from most DeathMetal and BlackMetal. It's played at a glacially slow pace with pretty much the gloomiest instrumentation possible, and the only vocals are [[HarshVocals incomprehensibly low growls]]. It's a good example showing that music doesn't have to be fast to be heavy. Take a listen to the song "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v2ecOWvif9g The March and the Stream]]" from pioneering funeral doom band Music/{{Skepticism}}.

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* [[Music/DoomMetal Funeral doom doom]] is a different take on this trope from most DeathMetal and BlackMetal. It's played at a glacially slow pace with pretty much the gloomiest instrumentation possible, and the only vocals are [[HarshVocals incomprehensibly low growls]]. It's a good example showing that music doesn't have to be fast to be heavy. Take a listen to the song "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v2ecOWvif9g The March and the Stream]]" from pioneering funeral doom band Music/{{Skepticism}}.
6th Dec '15 11:44:37 AM CassandraLeo
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* Funeral doom is a different take on this trope from most DeathMetal and BlackMetal. It's played at a glacially slow pace with pretty much the gloomiest instrumentation possible, and the only vocals are [[HarshVocals incomprehensibly low growls]]. It's a good example showing that music doesn't have to be fast to be heavy. Take a listen to the song "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v2ecOWvif9g The March and the Stream]]" from pioneering funeral doom band Music/{{Skepticism}}.
6th Dec '15 11:41:22 AM CassandraLeo
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** Music/{{Gorguts}}, Music/TheAxisOfPerdition, Music/DeathspellOmega, Music/BlutAusNord, and Gnaw Their Tongues also deserve mention here.



* Most of their music is pretty melodic, but Music/MyBloodyValentine have a habit of inserting a ten-plus-minute segment of pure noise into their song "You Made Me Realise", which is according to WordOfGod meant to induce hallucinations in listeners, during live performances. The band refer to the segment as "the holocaust", which is a pretty good indicator of what it sounds like.

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* Most of their music is pretty melodic, but Music/MyBloodyValentine have a habit of inserting a ten-plus-minute segment of pure noise noise, which according to WordOfGod is meant to [[BrownNote induce hallucinations in listeners]], into their song "You Made Me Realise", which is according to WordOfGod meant to induce hallucinations in listeners, Realise" during live performances. The band refer to the segment as "the holocaust", which is a pretty good indicator of what it sounds like.
6th Dec '15 11:37:44 AM CassandraLeo
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* Most of their music is pretty melodic, but Music/MyBloodyValentine have a habit of inserting a ten-plus-minute segment of pure noise into their song "You Made Me Realise", which is according to WordOfGod meant to induce hallucinations in listeners, during live performances. The band refer to the segment as "the holocaust", which is a pretty good indicator of what it sounds like.
15th Nov '15 1:27:06 PM BlueGuy
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* The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OaWIR0J-KNw logo for 3-G Home Video]] is infamous for its ''extremely'' loud whooshing sound.
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