Click the link to test it out. Personally, I can hear up to 19 kHz (although it starts to get a little faint). 20 kHz just gives me a headache, and 21 and 22 are completely inaudible.
One of my techs posted this link on Facebook. He already can’t hear above 15 kHz, and he’s only 25. After spending so many years around DCI and WGI groups, I’m starting to get tinnitus more and more often lately, and it’s pretty unnerving. A lot of you are way younger than me (young’uns, get off my lawn, etc), and the earlier you can head off hearing loss, the better. Take this seriously.
woa. last time i took this i was in my high school music theory class and i remember hearing all of them just fine, but at 21 i can just barely hear 19 kHz. feels weird.
at first i thought i was bad, i couldnt hear the 14 or higher, but then i turned up my headphones and i can hear up to 17, tho it starts to hurt even when i can barely hear it…soo interesting since i am constantly around loud music
although i have been in relatively good spirits lately, i’m starting to get sick of getting my hopes up for certain things that do not happen. i’m waiting for at least SOMETHING to pan out for once…it would be nice. i hate complaining about my life but hey, what else are blogs for? :p
watching 90’s music videos on youtube makes me wish i could go back. metal might have been dead besides metallica, megadeth, pantera, and slayer, but the radio was alive with originality and attitude…and i miss that
alice in chains, soundgarden, smashing pumpkins, bush, nirvana, silverchair, sponge, pearl jam, stabbing westward, goo goo dolls, green day, the offspring, rancid, local h, nine inch nails, weezer, presidents of the USA, red hot chili peppers, Live, foo fighters, stone temple pilots, radiohead, everclear, candlebox, primus, collective soul, placebo…i could keep going…
If you come in to our store on December 26th, and get pissy at THE EMPLOYEES for the store being busy because you and the rest of the fucking city couldn’t wait a couple of days to buy your extra shit,