let's play a game
>shuffle your music
>post first 5 songs
>let others rate your taste
your opinion doesn't count if you don't post your songs or haven't already posted
>All Caps - Madvillain
>Big Pimpin' - Jay Z
>I'm So Tired - Fugazi
>Tamale - Tyler, the Creator
>Bonita Applebum - ATCQ
-tyler the creator
+Stevie Nicks, Deep Purple
Radiohead - Just
Taylor Swift - The Lucky One
Talking Heads - The Big Country
Pink Floyd - One of the Few
The Beach Boys - Girl Don't Tell Me
cat power was qt back in the day
and her music is actually great!!!
mia matsumiya plays super cool violin in kayo dot and she started a thing about creepers on the internet who take qt appreciation to the harassment level
she looks really old for 43 now :(
does she do drugs?
why cant we just go back to 1995 again
(aside: i mainly play the same guitar as she does. feels good man)
>I swallowed water right in front of her face, just to show that she had nothing to say
What did they mean by this?
>hanging on in quiet desperation is the English way
>Remember when you were young?
woke up from a nightmare and now i'm using my phone in bed edition
saw some people half making threads so here's a real one senpai
discuss emo and moe and screaming emoe
none. distant longing can do it.
and desu marietta died when they made that shitty second album to me B)
how long does it take to learn this fucking thing
how does anyone take this guy seriously again
Anyone using these machines still?
Post albums you wouldn't want anyone to know you like.
>Pitchfork drones will defend this
You there! Why aren't you creating music? There are only a few things stopping you from pirating a DAW. So what's stopping you?
How does /mu/ feel about the most underrated band in the Seattle Four?
Ask a music journalism insider anything. I don't work at p4k but I do have plenty of inside info regarding them and all major publications and their writers. I will answer any questions.
old one is nearing bump limit, so...
Proper Pasta Edition
>Pastebin - Links, books, videos, articles, tutorials and stuff
>/prod/ wiki - still looking for contributors (wink, wink, WINK)
There's a severe lack of DAW descriptions in the wiki. If you're good with your tool of choice, consider writing a paragraph about it.
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I somewhat finished the track i was working on in the past 2 threads
i feel i'll just overproduce it if i add anything more
i posted this in the last thread but since that one has just died i'll post it here too
i've been making music for a few years now but my drums always sound weak af. Anyone got any good tutorial videos I could watch to make better & stronger sounding drums? I use battery as my drum vst if that makes a difference.
I'll go first.