Much has to be said about heavy metal music. For one, some people on the quieter end of the spectrum don’t want to stress themselves with loud sounds and aggressive chord patterns. If you really get to the bottom of it, it’s less on music and more on sound.
Most of the time, the musical genius within most aggressive music is lost in the cloud of really explosive guitar and drum excursions. How to solve this problem? When your kid tries to turn up the volume of his Slipknot album while you are in the middle of your Yoga session, these are the things to do:
1.Check the equalizer. Most of rock music combination falls on the V shape. The extreme left is the bass part and the extreme right or treble deals with high-pitched sounds which gets scratchy with guitars. Try to minimize these sides of the equalizer.
2. Ask him to turn the volume down. As I mentioned it is not really about the music but the sound. Tell him, the music is not the issue (insulting would not help) but it is the intensity that bothers you.
3.Try to make sure the speaker is not directly turned into an area where people are congregating. Have him turn it the other way to avoid the blast of noise.
5. Remember it’s all about the bass and the treble. Then everyone can work happily.