Since there's no DAW thread up to annoy I'll make one. Basically for a couple years I've been dicking around in them but I've never been able to produce much that wasn't just four bars repeating plus a few fills, adding or subtracting a track here and there. My stuff sounds -okay- but rather formulaic and uninspired so I have a few questions.
1. How do I manipulate pitch, volume etc. I remember making wubwubs through LFO but not how to do it, just that it was clunky. I'm talking fade-ins, bends etc. I don't really remember how to manipulate...
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1. Use automation.
2. These days, I use this badboy : http://yaxu.org/tidal/. Because you can create music and modify stuff on the fly, and it's very easy to use compared to SuperCollider / Overtone, or even Pd.
3. Soundhack free plugins are great.
4. Pratice, watch tutorials on youtube, and read stuff.
>tfw the music you listen to with the scrobbler turned off is far more enjoyable than the one with the scrobbler on
SHARING IS CARING
Rules: You must share.
Boyd Raeburn - Boyd meets Stravinsky
>god tier, really overlooked big band jazz from the grand era, kinda like Stan Kenton meets Count Basie
Anthony Braxton - Quartet (Dortmund) 1976
>the Braxman at his best, more soulful and groovy than much of his other recordings without losing the avant garde touch, strongly recommended even to non-Braxton fans
Let's have a thread for albums that sound completely unlike anything else you've ever heard. I'm hoping that if we can find enough, we can make a chart of them.
Let's try to avoid unusual albums that are somewhat comparable to others, until we run out of really unique ones first.
PIVIXKI - Gravissima
Here's one that immediately comes to mind.
There are other artists that use retro-futuristic sounds, but none sound like OPN.
if the kpop fags can have their general
just let us have our Sky general and pin it pls
also sky general btw (you will never lose your virginity to an OD'ing qtpi 30 minutes befure shes supposed to go on stage: edition)
is this the thread where i dump my entire sky folder
>If punk is the ultimate anti-establishment scene, why is it still run by all these white men?
>But in reality, men run the scene, men are the scene, and men always have been and probably always will be at the center of the scene. As a trans woman, sometimes I just go through the motions: I do my work, I perform my best, I seek out my moments of joy.
What's your answer, /mu/?
The last two artists you listened to have formed a supergroup. How does it go? I'll start:
Sweet. I've wanted to hear blackened synthpop for a damn long while now.
/bleep/ is fucking dead.
ITT: Female musicians who seem to be total stuck-up, attention-whoring bitches in person.
pic related, although I'm using the term "musician" loosely here in this case.
nah that sounds like an awful idea for a thread
instead, let's talk about what the hell is going on this gif
just fags edition
If your music can't be performed live, it isn't real music.
And no, pressing play and tapping on novation pads doesn't count.
Itt: post five of your musical "fetishes", and people give you cool new music to try based on that.
Pic not related
2 > 1 > 5 > 3 > 4
ITT: Great musicians that seem like horrible people to be around