I've procrastinated for years. Just want to do it for myself. What else do I need to get? Best guides to learning about recording online?
Stuff I have:
Schecter Tempest Custom
A Venezuelan Cuatro
Traynor YCV40 amp
Sennheiser HD380 headphones
A bunch of guitar pedals
Casio CDP-120(can I use this as MIDI? Couldn't figure it out last I tried to hook it up)
EZDrummer 2 + some expansions
Bunch of Freeware
Virtual Amp Room
Stuff I'm considering or need to...
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You already have everything.
As long as you have a way to make the sound and a way to pick it up, you're set. You have that. You don't need anything else. Focusing on equipment isn't going to make you any more motivated. You have plenty of stuff already and have already procrastinated for years.
Just do it already instead of yelling yourself you won't because you 'need' more stuff.
You're definitely right. I've started recording some stuff recently on soundcloud. I'm sorta giving up on the "Hey can you listen to my stuff and give feedback?" since it doesn't really help.
I guess one thing I do need are ways to properly understand what I'm doing and make my workflow more efficient. Any good, extensive, preferably linear courses on working with DAWS, essential production stuff(compression, EQ, etc), or just handy tips for creating certain effects/soundscapes?
I personally don't have anything. I never really followed any tutorials. I just looked shit up as needed and learned stuff on my own testing shit out in ableton. Everyone kinda learns differently
Early Avril Lavigne Appretiation Thread
Be 11, don't speak English. Sk8ter Boi comes out. Actually like it and watch the video every time on MTV.
Be 24. Know enough English to understand the words. Decide to re-listen Sk8ter Boi. Turn it off in disgust. Sounds like the equivalent of teenage romance novels. Tween pop pretending to be punk.
She was still a qt, but now I can't help but feel nausea every time I remember her songs.
Miracles run this!
An article on Live Nation TV:
"Here Are Coachella's Most Annoying Scheduling Conflicts"
>"Sia (9:00 PM - 10:00 PM, Coachella Stage) vs Death Grips (9:30 PM - 10:20 PM, Gobi)
>Honestly, this is just cruel. Choosing between recently reunited Death Grips and Sia—who rarely performs live—won't be easy."
Please, tell me this is a joke.
His feature on Money Trees is fire.
I'm not really familiar with the rest of his discography though. Which songs of his have a similar style to it?
Name one good reason why you're not listening to this album right now
What is the most patrician Beach Boys album /mu/?
where were you when guitar music was reborn
>She was only one
>If you know what I mean
How did he get away with it, /mu/?
>Can you believe, God hates der jude
>I'm so glad he killed 6 million jews
Jesus Christ, ELP.
Do you believe in Miracles?
>He's a Moon & Antarctica kinda guy
Can somebody rec me something that is as aesthetically fresh and chill as R + 7? Something electronic, not necessarily progressive electronic but maybe