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    sometimes after ive listened to music i get a kinda air pulsation in my right ear, lasts maybe 1 minute. its hard to describe what it is, its not ringing or anythin liek that but its something.
    i listen to alot of music but use a dock as i thought itd be better for me but im not sure if it is. i listen to my ear phones in car journeys and walking around also.
    do you get any weird effects?
    i know after going to a club you get ringing, but just by your own music? i remember a couple years ago i used to get a bit of pain in m ear
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    Nope, I just feel relaxed.
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    Yeah turn the volume down.
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    Do you listen to bassy stuff? Cause that's like the bass equivalent of ear ringing.
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    I thought this would be about how music conveys many emotions. How disappointing.
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    (Original post by BJack)
    I thought this would be about how music conveys many emotions. How disappointing.
    Same here
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    (Original post by _Hayko)
    Same here
    And here too
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    (Original post by Meekle72)
    And here too
    :sadnod:
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    Sometimes when I listen to certain music before going to sleep it feels as if there's an earthquake, so much so that I have to pull the earphones out to make sure there isn't one o.O
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    (Original post by boredyay)
    sometimes after ive listened to music i get a kinda air pulsation in my right ear, lasts maybe 1 minute. its hard to describe what it is, its not ringing or anythin liek that but its something.
    i listen to alot of music but use a dock as i thought itd be better for me but im not sure if it is. i listen to my ear phones in car journeys and walking around also.
    do you get any weird effects?
    i know after going to a club you get ringing, but just by your own music? i remember a couple years ago i used to get a bit of pain in m ear
    Do you listen to music loudly? Could be tinnitus, or at least a very mild form of it. I know I should buy earplugs because I can definitely notice the difference after standing in front of a sound system every weekend for the past year, innit. Tinnitus sounds like a horrible thing to have to endure daily, no pun intended. Actually, **** it, pun's now intended.
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    Turn the music down.

    +1 to disappointment that this isn't an emotions/experience listening to music thread
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    (Original post by Loz17)
    :sadnod:
    :ditto:

    Nevermind eh?
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    (Original post by freecom2)
    Turn the music down.

    +1 to disappointment that this isn't an emotions/experience listening to music thread
    we tried to derail it but alas it didn't work...
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    My ex got tinnitus and I do get ringing sometimes.
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    (Original post by BJack)
    I thought this would be about how music conveys many emotions. How disappointing.
    Then let's make the thread about that :woo:

    Music gives me motivation most of the time :p:
 
 
 
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