FRESH Brand New SC Thread.
Hopefully this one survives.
Remember to review others work first.
I'll be reviewing! so share em!
Let me know what you think :)
Name will probably change real soon.
How old is the average /mu/tant? I have been seeing an influx of kids talking down to older users. I actually saw someone say how being over 20 and still posting on here is pathetic.
anyone have the /mu/ age strawpoll results ?
>I really liked our date anon! And you have a really nice place as well! Now just put on some music, so we can have some fun ;)
what do you do?
Do you guys still think there is practically no difference in the sound between analog and digital/software synths?
Pic related, i just got one recently
If yr using replications what's the difference
what electronic artists do you know that still use analog anyway? I know syro did and it sounded really dated
not trying to be a dick, just curious.
I cant literally find a reason to use analog. it makes production very slow and tedious.
Unless you're wiling to spend thousands of bucks on vintage synths dont even try.
Of course it might be fun to use an analog bass here and there but you shouldnt really make everything analog, it will sound dated and a bit cheesy now
For example a programmed drums in an analog drum computer wont have the same feel as something you put together in a DAW where you can actually put any notes at any length and any position with any velocity. Drum computers were a compromise,...
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Who is #dub here?
Who are some epic artists besides Mad Professor, Scientist, and Lee Scratch Perry?
bands with personality, underground, old or new, no brainwashing crap. minimalism and low fidelity
What good documentaries are there to watch that relate to music? I really enjoyed watching Breadcrumb Trail and want to watch others.
ITT: recommend and discuss documentaries of all kinds, examples: documentaries on specific artists or on music theory.
Post about how you're sitting in your room listening to music on thirsty thursday itt.
>tfw no one listens to your college radio station
>tfw no one will ever walk up to you and go "hey, you're the guy with that radio show! I love the music you play!"
>tfw no one will ever remember you
And remember friends, as always, keep it music related.
No one wants to feel tonight? I guess I can post another
>tfw not sure why she's mad at me
>tfw I'd tell her I'm sorry and fix it if I only knew what she was upset about
>tfw can't go to radio staff meetings without seeing her
Hey man, chin up.
I hosted a show in high school and met a qt years down the line who knew and liked my show, but I guess
>tfw we live in different cities and she's all I think about
/mu/ I've taken a real shine to music of the 80's. There's something about it that really creates a certain comfortable melancholy, coupled with an energy at the same time. It's very cozy. Attached to this post is a list of the most 80's-sounding music I know of. Some of them are not produced in the eighties, but create the similar feeling typically found in a 80's track.
I hope I'm not too much of a pleb and that you will help me fill up the list with all of your suggestions. Thanks!
What's the hardest genre to get into?
post atmospheric, ambient, smooth, melodic, jazzy, funky, sci fiy Drum & Bass
doesn't need to meet all the requirements of course
will search through collection possibly, had this on top of my mind
A friend made me listen to pic related, I didn't expect a Miku album to be actually good, now I'm genuinely curious, is there any other good Vocaloid album I should listen to ?
There are literally three people who ever come to /mu/ that can recommend Vocaloid music competently and you'll probably get shitposted on + yelled at + banned on /jp/. Your best bet is to wait until Monday around midnight EST and ask in a Miku monday thread like the one on /a/, or use google/archives.
Can someone explain to me why Aphex Twin is considered so influential? I mean, synth base music was popular before the late 80s/ early 90s when he came out, plus I feel like a lot of modern day electronica is based off of pop/hip-hop beats? So what is his real legacy in the genre?
Complex rhythms, unusual time signatures, polyrhythms but the distinguishing factor is artful SUBTLETY unlike most of breakcore for instance which is IN YOUR FACE more often than not.
these are usually fun
>shit tier versions of songs
>Numerous fuckups per song
>People singing along with lighters and shit
>implying a well produced hi quality studio recording will ever not be superior
>muh jam bands
Why /mu/, why?