I feel it's time for a thread to save Rock & Roll. Get in here if you're not ready to see it die. Let's recall what went right/ where it went wrong, and chart a course for revival.
>some guy drunkposting about literally "saving rock & roll" with guitar and amp in hand
You're my favorite person on the entire board right now, but I'm still going to sage your shit thread
Post an album and genre, and person below posts reccomened album in that genre
This is not even me but damn.... can we talk about this single? Pretty damn amazing for something just pulled off of band camp.
What's your favorite genre?
How would you explain that genre to someone who only listens to mainstream music without sounding pretentious?
I like folk, but I can't seem to explain it to others without sounding whiny or elitist.
I am really beta and get really upset when I talk about folk, shoegaze, and dreampop and people start laughing at me like I'm emotionally stunted because I like sad sounding music. A lot of my classmates and co-workers mock me for the type of music I listen to. I like rap, rock, and pop music to, but when not much of the mainstream stuff and when I introduce them to my peers I get mocked again.
This album is actually really good
Prove me wrong
Albums that should be /mu/core
Isn't anybody going to check these trips?
Raphael - Canta...
What's the best Who album and why is it Sell Out?
I Can See For Miles is probably my favorite Who song but Who's Next has to be their best and most solid album. I mean, it's basically their greatest hits album.
Sell Out is still really good.
I'm just not feeling it
Hey /mu/, it's Ye. Ask me anything
How is Charli XCX viewed in the patrician scene?
“I tell my piano the things I used to tell you”
- Frédéric Chopin
previous thread: >>66114094
An experiment in a pen-and-paper composing general, made for all the theory autists
This differs from /prod/ in that it is more focused on the actual writing of music, not the production, and music theory. That is not to say /prod/'s electronic music is unwelcome, by all means, post here! But post with the intent on discussing composition. And remember, this is NOT /classical/. Any music, such as jazz, is acceptable
Post clyps and accompanying notation so we can accurately critique your composing from a theory perspective
>Teoria - Music Theory General Guides/Articles
>Arnold Schcoenberg's "Fundementals of Music Composition"
>Jazz harmony (from the course at Berklee)
>Free Notation Software
>Fake books for jazz and blues soloing
STUFF /COMP/ DOES
>the /comp/ YouTube channel
>the /comp/ weekly challenge
Other resources (full of lessons and books): http://pastebin.com/k3xddxwr
Let's talk equip and software for a moment.
What notation software do you use, have you used? Feel free to give a mini review.
What recording gear do you use to record your ideas or improvs?
used a DOS version way back, fairly clumsy back then.
>Score Perfect (not score!)
some german Software I used during high school, very very mouse based, but it had one thing going for itself: when you do multiple selects (ctrl select), and then copy paste, the notes...
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What's some non-entry level noise?
Who else likes the vapeywaves?
Violator Vaporwave Remixes when?
I do, unironically.
Disconscious, Lindsheaven Virtual Plaza, Infinity Frequencies, LensCorp, DARKPYRAMID and stuff like that is some of the greatest music I've ever heard.
It's like a cum induced fever dream and I am all about cum induced fever dreams.
I really like the 90s, drum machine, sorta alternative dance kinda sound like Primal Scream, Happy Mondays, 808 state, and certain Jesus & Mary Chain stuff. Anybody got any recs for me?