Albums you purposely listen to rarely. To keep fresh.
Didn't see one in the catalog.
Tell me what's up in your production aspect of music. I just bought a mixer, hoping it will allow me to multitrack through usb. The guy at guitar center said that this would do the trick. If he lied, I'll return it.
Will someone tell me what I should do for plan b if this falls through?
Pic related is a Yamaha MG16XU
How are the compressors on that? I was thinking of coping one, but I've been torn between that and some old 70s mixer with a spring reverb. Also I don't think it does multitracks, just stereo.
This may sound really dumb but what's a simple set up for playing live?
I make electronic music on ableton but thinking of the possibility of playing those songs live.
Would just a lap top plugged into a PA system be ok as a rough/simple way of doing it?
hey op sorry but i dont know much at all about usb stuff sorry :/
should i have another synth if im currently using a tr-8 and a tb-3? i want to be able to make full length songs, not to post on bandcamp or some shit but just to be able to make songs a=on all hardware. thanks
How can one country be so devoid of musical talent?
Hi /mu/ i'd like some album recs to listen to on a bus ride to my school. I have to travel every day by bus for two hours back and forth, fml. Heres some shit i like
Rec me something and ill check and rec you back
Hey! Cool shit on here
Great bus music:
Dadamah - This is Not A Dream
Almost anything Elliott Smith
Brian Eno - Another Green World
David Bowie - Low/Station To Station
Faust - s/t and IV
Tell me if you need more
sibelius violin competition edition
the competition is organized by the Sibelius Foundation and Sibelius Academy and the important part of the format is to bribe young musicians into learning the Sibelius concerto so that they continue to perform it after the competition now that they put in the effort to learn the fucking thing
A L K A N
old bandcamp thread is incredibly slow
>experimental, vaporwave, ambient, noise
releasing a small run of cassettes for this soon:
shuffle your songs and post the first 10. Other people guess your personality.
Tom Waits - Satisfied
John Coltrane - Spiral
Fiona Apple - Anything We Want
Death Grips - Why a bitch gotta lie
Panda Bear - Benfica
Primal Scream - Movin' on up
Charles Mingus - Moon Indigo
Miguel - Adorn
Paul Simon - The boy in the bubble
Justin Timberlake - Medley: Summer Love/Set the Mood (prelude)
Peste Noire - Niquez Vos Villes
Caladan Brood - Book Of The Fallen
Lifelover - Nackskott
Marţolea - Nouă
Sólstafir - Miðaftann
Opeth - Serenity Painted Death
Saor - The Awakening
Harakiri For The Sky - 02:19 AM, Psychosis
At The Gates - Slaughter Of The Soul
Lifelover - Stockholm
Cheap Trick - Walk Away
The Jam - News of the World
Ennio Morricone - Once Upon a Time in the West (Finale)
Jeff Beck - Beck's Bolero
Tom Waits - Intro
The Pixies - Mr. Grieves
Faith No More - Arabian Disco
Dr. John - Gris-Gris Gumbo Ya Ya
Kate Bush - Feel It
Queens Of The Stone Age - No One Knows
Undiscovered and underrated edition
everybody's heard the AOTY contenders by now, so share your hidden gems!
Presents for Sally - Colors and Changes
Be Forest - Earthbeat
I started out playing bass guitar, then guitar in a band as one of the main songwriters, then formally studied music with upright bass as my principle instrument and trombone as my second. I spent 10 years approx in 5 different bands playing whatever was needed at the time, usually upright bass, samples and keyboards, bit of guitar, banjo, ukulele, trombone with pedals. Very much a supportive part of any ensemble, adding layers, interest, or just holding down the bass.
Recently after a short break I decided I wanted to get back into music again, but I felt like everything...
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Also very aware how niche live music in general, especially live acoustic drums are these days. Also torn by a feeling that if I can't say it with a snare, kick and hihat I'm missing out on something here.
Music at the moment is like psychedelic surf shoe gaze, endless build and release and then free improvised jazz sections. Sentient pedal boards, drones on interesting sounds and samples.
Thing is though, if I had to give an example of the kind of drumming that puts a smile on my face it is definitely something like The Flaming Lips or even Zappa.
Have you listened to King Crimson? Michael Giles is an incredible drummer. He often plays his own wierd lines, like some kind of rythmic counterpoint to the other band members. Tight as hell too.
>ITT: Christmas core
Let's go, /mu/
Has anyone on /mu/ ever had a sexual encounter with a famous musician?
What is the best and worst shows you've been to this year /mu/?
Reminder that he's still gone.
http://bit DOT ly/1OqTfSr
>130bpm, jungle, bass
Daily reminder that Sophie's music is better then 99% of the trash posted on bleep threads.
Ask an actual touring musician anything. By actual touring I mean actual venues, signed to a subsidiary, reviewed somewhat favorably (above a 7) on pitchfork.