what volume do you like your music?

@jhl930 (3605)
United States
September 15, 2008 4:34pm CST
with me it depends on what kind of mood i am in and what the music is about and what type of music it is...like if it is really fast musci i will turn it up as loud as it will go and if it is slow music i usually just turn it down because who really wants to listen to slow music loud...of course that is just me i guess that we all like to listen to different kinds of music at different levels and i was just wondering about all of you..what volume do you usually like your music at? thanks for taking the time out of your day to read and review my discussion and hopefully answer...i hope that everyone had a great day today and will continue to have a great day and have a great night as well, again thanks for taking the time to read my discussion!
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• United States
16 Sep 08
i only have one volume for music and that's LOUD!!! slow, fast, whatever it is i always have it blasting. it's the one time that i feel i can do whatever i want and not have to worry about anyone judging me. i can sing however i want and no one will hear me!
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@carmela0210 (1591)
• Philippines
16 Sep 08
for me it will always just soft, cause for me too loud music is not a music anymore, its already a noise,
• Singapore
15 Sep 08
It depends actually. For me, I do not really listen to loud music, so it is usually at a moderate volume. Of course when you are having fun with your friends screaming and shouting and such, the volume should be blasting! Haha! Have a wonderful day as well! :)
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@illfavors (592)
• United States
15 Sep 08
I like it to be low. Well high enough to hear it of course, but I like it when it's at a reasonable volume. I don't really like having music up really loud. There are the occasions when the song I am listening to is really awesome, that it warrants listening to it loud to rock out to. For the most part, I have it at a medium volume.
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• United States
15 Sep 08
Well right now my cousin and her five kids are living with us. And I'm getting annoyed a lot at two of them who are so annoying you don't even know. So now most of the time I'm listening to music I'm listening to it really loud because I don't want to listen to them. I'm actually listening to music right now and it's really loud. I listen to loud music too when I am mad and angry or there are other times when I just like to listen to it loud just because I want to obsorb it and it makes me feel good.
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• India
15 Sep 08
well its totally depends on my mood but one thing is for sure you can find that my speakers are buzzing whole day. i love to listen music. no life without music. i usually listen slow and romantic ones so i keep volume low. but sometime when i am in mood and listening hard rock or metal then i increase volume of my speakers. sometime i start dancing around with my friends on such a high volume.
@arjai_12 (40)
• Philippines
16 Sep 08
all kind of music.. except rock.. i cant understand the lyrics. its like noise to my ears..lol
@welawai (102)
• Mali
16 Sep 08
you mean really rock music? or heavy metal or something like that where they are screaming not singing? because I think good rock music has a lot of energy but they are singing, propably more clear than in rap music and there also some slow rock songs or I say wrong ...
@sameroad (3180)
• United States
15 Sep 08
for me it also depends on what kind of mood i am and what kind of music i am listening too. I usually like my music kind of loud though, like most people my age it's gotta be loud to enjoy it, so you can feel it through your body and sing the words to the song without hearing yourself lol I will listen to it at lower volumes at night or if i have just woken up. and sometimes i will have it lower to give my ears a break an so i don't go deaf at an early age. and while i am in the car, it depends on if i am driving or not and how busy the road is/what area i'm driving around in.. but i usually don't have it too loud while i'm in the car to be safe but sometimes i just gotta have it loud so i can rock out
@jhl930 (3605)
• United States
15 Sep 08
i am the same way it just depends on the kind of mood i am in and what is going on around me, i really dont even pay attention most of the time i just do it, thanks for taking the time to reply!
@kun2349 (23464)
• Singapore
17 Sep 08
I will never blast my music because it sounds awful, and it spoils my speakers too.. haha =D If i really want it loud, i will at most turn up the volume to 3/4 full, and that's good enough for me.. Anything louder than that, will be considered as noise to me.. haha =D I will prefer soft music, and thus i always like love songs.. haha
• Sweden
16 Sep 08
I like many kinds of music like britney spears,the calling and many more.And also my music is depend on my mood,I try to avoid lonely music cause that makes my cry really i dont know why,why i am like that.I really love music so much!
@modstar (9608)
• Philippines
16 Sep 08
i crank it up at around 75%. i don't the sound to be distorted so i'm giving enough allowance for the music to flow smoothly.
@Cubus93 (96)
• Poland
16 Sep 08
I don't like to listen loud music. I usually listen at half of scale. If I listen fast, loud song, I listen it quietly, but if I listen slow song, I listen it little loudlier.
• Philippines
16 Sep 08
It depends as well on what type of song genre that I am listening and if the melody was quite upbeat or relaxing or it's my favorite song. Like when I am listening to ballad/love song, rock song, or jolly and upbeat music, I most likely turn the volume slightly - moderately high, . While if it is alternative rock or songs that have a very loud sounds and may be uncomfortable to others and my neighbors might disturb, I turn the volume moderately low, just enough to still hear the music.
@eveeee (659)
16 Sep 08
It doesn't really depend with me on the type of music but on what I am doing at the time. If I am studying or playing games then I like to have the music on as background music only, but if I am doing my housework and am likely to be in a different room to the music then I will turn it up. If it is a specific track I love then yes sometimes I will wack it up loud for the track, but normally turn it down to a sensible level again after.
@welawai (102)
• Mali
16 Sep 08
it's like you said, depends either you bad or good mood, what kind of music is it ..I prefer really energetic, powerful music, music what makes you dance I have in my car a "little" subwoofer and 4 speakers, it's a little car(Opel Corsa) so it's just terrific to turn the music up hehe, the car shakes and people around just look at my car hehe I like to listen music in my headphones too so I feel it really close :) but as you said when the music is kind a soul music, slow music then it's better to turn it a little bit down and it will touch you. Cheers !
• Philippines
16 Sep 08
i like my music in a 1/4 of its final volume.. i dont want loud music and it can destroy/affect our eardrums..
@insulin (2480)
• Philippines
16 Sep 08
Well it really depends on the mood,,just right now,my mood is for classical and jazz because I love hearing smooth jazz while working here in mylot.:-0 I just love it.:-0 It makes me relax and concentrate to my work.:-0 God bless and have a nice day.:-0
@rekcart83 (149)
• Philippines
16 Sep 08
For me it also depends. My family doesn't like listening to loud musics so I always have it down to the level where It's just me hearing it. But whenever I'm alone it's always at max. I only have a subwoofer set to listen to and it's good enough for me. At night before I sleep then it's at a level where I can barely here the music. Like it's just whispering in my ears.
@Darkdevil (109)
• Bangladesh
16 Sep 08
I prefer medium volume to my music because in medium volume it gives the correct result.Do you want to download with rapidshare premium? if yes then reply me.I hope i can help you.
• China
16 Sep 08
same here,it depend on several aspects.one thing is true that i dont want to make my ears suffer from the noise.