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I found this oldie sitting around, I'd forgotten about it. Lil' clavinet riff that never went nowhere.
Also this week I'm lusting over pic related.
Is there a reverb plugin or hardware device that gives you extremely detailed control over the sound? I find myself messing with parameter automation on Valhalla Room Verb all the time, and it never seems quite right.
Rec, rate and discuss music. Do whatever, you know the deal.
You're a cool guy and probably get a lot of women AND men.
Gonna have to approve of your taste. Nice guy I bet
Hercelot - Wakeup Fakepop
Pepe Deluxe - Queen of the Wave
Nobuko Hori - Xtomilkyourhair
Aoki Takamasa + Tujiko Noriko - 28
Zijnzijn Zijnzijn! - Wordwounder
any songs about suicide?
Albums to listen to on acid thread
These are the new albums that will be the center of every discussion. Let's welcome our new favorite records.
ITT: Our "Fuck you I liked it" albums
CHEEKY SLAP EDITION
A subgenre of noise, found sounds, and musique concrete. Super obscure, short, and/or low-quality youtube videos, eschewing traditional notions of musicality. Anything with more than 20 views is excluded by default.
So /mu/, i'm kinda looking for some new shit, pop, pop-rock and synthpop specially.
Is there actually another good really doom metal band besides sleep or electric wizard? I'm not talking about like, old school doom like trouble or witchfinder general or stuff like that. I'm not talking about black sabbath. I don't mean like sludge metal either. I just mean good doom metal that's not old school, not sludge, and not dude weed lmao
Damn son you knocked off a ton of great doom bands.