This is probably a shitpost, but here:
Does it click eventually or am I just wasting my time?
Isn't this already out in some countries?
Producers of /mu/,
I'm having a complete mental block in making music, so thought I'd take a break to ask - what do you do to get back into making music after having a block?
I've had this for a week or 2 now, which is annoying because I've got good ideas, I just can't lay them out.
not get too high tho
wait some hours and then try making something, you will be too dumbed down to second guess your ideas and your block will be gone. at least thats what i do when im feeling blocked. if that doesnt work idk
Go do something else for a while, learn new methods, re-arrange your workflow. Listen to new music. Buy some samples, make some samples. Watch interviews. Realize that the chance of you getting anywhere in the music business is slim to none, it's the most competitive branch anywhere. Honestly, the next big thing is not going to be you. But then again the next big thing wouldn't be discouraged by this. Also use Ableton Live u dingdong
Not sure if you're a producer but I've always just tried to ignore it as much as I can and keep producing more. Most if not all will be shit but you'll just have to keep trashing stuff until you get out of it.
You can also try doing stuff that will help yuo in the future like setting up rythms for later or just studying other peoples work. Listen to their music, try copying it, anything to make you start making stuff again.
What would music be like without black people?
It's Selena Gomez taking her music for a walk. (this is a joke) lol
Which album is the cancer of music?
Not that one, since no one likes it and it did nothing to change or impact the music scene in any way. In order for something to be cancer, it needs to spread.
Opinions on their magnum opus, masterpiece, future classic etc
>tfw slowly becoming a decent guitarist
>tfw slowly becoming a worse guitarist because after 10 years nothing ever went any where, and you've not been able to keep a band together for the last 5.
>tfw just sticking loops in protools doesn't fill the void anymore
>Songs About Fucking
Don't judge me.
Have you heard Faust IV or White Light/White Heat?
ITT: post albums that /mu/ never talks about but you think they'd like
fucking pic related is a 10/10. i've heard man man mentioned, like, once on /mu/, and they're awesome. think frank zappa-tom waits, with all kinds of crazy instrumentation and great lyrics.
other bands i never see discussed: the growlers, foxy shazam, os mutantes, big star
all your djent are belong to us edition
i offer Bong's "Bethmoora" to the millianon.
Requesting any and all of Bongs other albums. this is all i've been able to find.
i also offer this hopefully bigger album art. it's all included whatever.
what does it mean when an album/song "doesn't/does age well"
can you guys explain that to a pleb like me?
if it didnt age well that means it sounds outdated. sounds from the past that sound out of place in present day.
this aged well https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=29MBGwzEhMc
this didnt age well https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=weMrzt6W8V8
/mu/ makes a collaborative playlist:
i started us off with basic mu core, let's see where it goes
rules are for fucks. here are the official suggestions:
>try not to add more than 20 songs
>don't remove a song you don't like
>don't add shitty music