Does mu listen to free jazz like anthony braxton, ayler and brotzmann?
we guess how we are doing in life
things are going okay for you; not bad but could be better
you're not sure what you want to do to improve yet though
Does anyone like Relient K?
Deathbed is pretty cool. I lie the story aspect. Also, I liked Oasis and Savannah so much I combined them in one track years ago.
Hello! I'm trying to get to know classical. Can someon please post some essential albums? I know classical isn't really meant to be listened as albums, but I'm going to download the stuff on Soulseek and I guess it is better to know specific recordings, not just the names of the works.
I only listen to American rap/hip hop
Can you guys rec me some decent UK hip hop? Preferably stuff I can listen to in the gym
Listening to pic related atm
For fuck sake /mu/
I genuinely wanted to hate this album,
It's the type of hipsterish shit that I've made fun of people for liking,
but I can't hate it.
I love it.
>decide to listen to this album
>some boring, generic shit
>oh one nice track
>maybe rest of the album will be like this
>nope, it returns to being boring, generic shit
>later look this album on wiki, the only good track was written by someone outside of the band
I always played real instruments, but recently i started a project with fl studio.
Made a few beats, kinda learned the basics of the program
But i heard that FL is kinda lame compared to Ableton, and all the professional music makers use that
What's your opinion on this?
Should i start get into Ableton or stick with FL
(btw i'm making modern rap beats mostly)
What does /mu/ think of "Turn on the bright lights-Interpol" ?
What genre would you call it?
More stuff like this? Which other album by interpol do you think is better or worth checking out?
Interpol is a post-punk band based in New York City, United States, that took an important part in the post-punk revival of the 2000s. The band consists of Paul Banks (vocals and guitar), Sam Fogarino (drums), and Daniel Kessler (guitar and backing vocals).
The band's sound is generally a mix of staccato bass and rhythmic, harmonized guitar, with a snare heavy mix, drawing comparisons to post-punk bands such as Joy Division and The Chameleons.
For example U2, hugely successful but do you know anyone that actually likes their music? Same with Prince. They have sold many albums but no one can name anyone that is an actual fan.
I have a theory for this, these people have wealthy relatives that buy their albums in mass stock to make them look like popular artists.
I am correct aren't I /mu/?
been ages since i seen a 10x10 or lower thread
get in boys, i got a few to start with
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Anyone know of a good sequencer for logic? Like sequencer baby in reaper
The last rhythm roulette was really great if anybody didn't see it. He just keeps making beat after beat all from a daft punk remix album. Also the crosley turntable probably triggered a bunch of vinyl snobs lol
>He actually did something decent.
its a nice song to bump in the background, beat is pretty interesting, the sounds they used remind me of cloudrap beats but way tighter. Lyrics are typical mainstream rhymes though, not very attention grabbing.