ITT: Albums you listened to only because of the cover.
i'm crying. thank YOU, /mu/.
>somwhere in the world there are 22 million people who un-ironocally follow Pitbull on Twitter
I literally have no idea how that happens. I can understand how he gets radio/Spotify play, but I can't imagine someone actively saying "oh, I'm gonna' follow Pitbull, I really want to know what he's up to!". Like, who's ever asked themeselves what Pitbull's up to next?
Daft Punk's "Homework" is a cultural touchstone, but there were a lot of people involved in the scene that deserved more attention than they got. Post some of your favourite French House!
what is this genre called
>cha cha slide
>watch me whip
>teach me how to dougie
what's the meaning behind this?
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Check the catalog before making a new thread >>>/mu/catalog
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>If the Feels brought you here, search in the catalog before starting a new thread. If they aren't vaguely music related, go to >>>/r9k/
I'm in a great mood /mu/ and I want to buy an instrument. What's the most fun instrument to learn and play?
Money isn't much of an issue and I have a good knowledge of music theory.
So winter's coming up /mu/, what will you be listening to in bed with your gf on cold winter nights?
Y iz jazzmster da best giita??
So they're not cool only coz they're the most played? Doesn't make any sense.
What do you think? Do you like it?
Give it a few years. People will look back and recognize it for the masterpiece it is. It will be called "ahead of its time". It's incredible. The first time I heard Do it, I was like what the fuck is this shit... but then I found my self loving it and realizing this was some future post-music.
I'm answering engineering/recording/mixing questions. I'm a professional who works with major labels.
I will NOT listen to your mixes. And I'm not sharing the artists I work with.
I'm not a big fan of most home recordings because almost all home recordings are not done well. I think the ratty, worn down sounds usually don't come across appealingly. But sometimes the grungy, roomy sound works for bands in more punky-indie genres. I usually like those when it sounds like everything in the room is turned up really really loud.
Programmed genres can be done entirely from home successfully.