So I now have the time and money to finally get a decent record player and all that but I'm a newb and there's an overwhelming info about turntables and vinyl ripping.
So I'm going to be lazy and see if any /mu/tants here have any good setups I can just emulate and if others back it.
Help me out, brahs. I also might start taking some requests too once this is up and running.
Also, these worth getting?
Why is music a hobby/passion for you?
Hey I'm an artist
I should post here
ALTERNATIVE REPLY: Gregorio "not so" Allegri
Why don't producers get talked about more? Are vocals that important?
>tfw i'll never make a beat as good as antidote
I'm going to listen to this album again today
Why is digitally produced electronic dance music frequently distributed on vinyl?
FLAC sounds better and is more convenient overall. Digital virtual turntables exist and are both more accurate and versatile than vinyl turntables. Is there some sort of fetishization of outdated technology at play?
Was britpop better than grunge?
Is there anything like this album guys?
How do i sing like him
Rank your favorite bands discography
Sunny Day Real Estate
1.How It Feels To Be Something On
2.The Rising Tied
1. Kid A
3. The King of Limbs
4. OK computer
5. In Rainbows
6. The Bends
7. Hail to the Thief
8. Pablo Honey
1. Larks' Tongues in Aspic
2. In the Court of the Crimson King
5. The Power to Believe
8. Three of a Perfect Pair
9. In the Wake of Poseidon
11. Starless and Bible Black
13. The ConstruKction of Light
All of these are at least 7, which mean i like it a lot, none of them is 10 tho.
1. LP2 [2009 reissue]
3. How It Feels to Be Something On
4. The Rising Tide
>rich white people that think they're artists because they smoke a lot of weed and constantly call themselves artists and talk about their art even though they never made anything
>they make fun of people who aren't as rich as them for having jobs and "conforming"
Sadly everything is considered art. It kinda dilutes it all really. I like some musicians who keep things simple or kind of simple (Ramones, Bob Dylan, etc.) and paintors, sculptures, etc. who keep things simple (Andy Warhol, etc.). But what's the point when every fag can do it? It dilutes the market. I also like people who elaborate on their creativity and make impressive works. I can enjoy both sides of the spectrum in certain ways but it feels like art is getting stale.
Hiya /mu/, i've been reading up for the past couple months while I save up for a turntable, and have finally ordered this little beast just in time for Christmas. I have one problem though-I'm worried the speakers I ordered are crappy- will post pic in reply
>tl;dr recommend a noob some good cheap speakers, vinyl general
These are the speakers. Picked them up because of good price (around 100USD), plus they'll make some good surround sound for movie watching at my desk as well. Thoughts?
>"essential for vinyl" music
What the fuck does that even mean? Having it on vinyl doesn't magically make it sound like you're floating on clouds in heaven with 12 angels sucking you off that transcends your own tastes. Just buy stuff you like.
Does anyone find it harder to evaluate bad music? I keep trying to go through my 2.5 and 2.0 stuff and make up my mind on those albums.