No mention of the sine-wave? and 808 drum machine?
Pig Destroyer use subdrops all over 38 Counts, what well known Guns N Roses song features them? I edited for accuracy.
The old 20Hz thing has long been regurgitated, about as long as it's been proven wrong. Not coincidentally, 16 Hz is a better and fairly accepted number, which is suspiciously close to "bottom" of music, C0 is within a rounding error of 16Hz. A solid source to 16Hz should be added, or more explanation given. Of course the title of this article is a recent phenomenon only existing due to subwoofers, for which 20Hz is usually a generously low bottom end. B137 (talk) 09:43, 31 December 2015 (UTC)
I would suggest that saying 16hz as a more "fairly accepted" number is asinine. Not only have you claimed that the standard 20hz "has long been regurgitated, [..] it's been proben wrong", without any references to backup your statement, but, you fail to understand the notion that 20hz - 20khz hearing range is a goal-post figure and it is that arguable that only babies and small children would have the ability to hear the frequencies at either end of the spectrum. 20hz - 20kHz is an industry-standard figure at this point in time. Suffice to say, it is not "dubious" unless one can actually provide evidence to the contrary. 22:27, 09 January, 2016 (UTC)