Let's make an essential drugscore chart.
Everyone gets to nominate one album for as many drugs as they like and those get put into a strawpoll where we decide what goes on the chart.
Weed- Chronic 2001
NBOMes- Floral Shoppe
aMT- You Think You Really Know Me
>When Vangelis got his first great analogue synthesiser he realised it could produce sounds at frequencies below human audible levels, with its sliding pitch ribbon controller. Such sub-sonic audio levels often stretched the limits of the mixing console. Initially the cones of the Tannoy HPD monitors got damaged and had to be replaced a number of times.
At least start the thread with some content OP.
Boddika - Warehouse
I heard BenUFO play this over a funktion 1 system a while back and it was heavy.
Sorry for doing this but can you rec me some techno with intentional vinyl crackle samples? I remember hearing that kind of techno months ago and recent Abdulla Rashim release reminded me of it so bad.
So my ipod, filled with 10 years of music, was swiped out of my truck the other day
I want to go torrenting again, but i hear theyre really cracking down lately..
am i just paranoid? and if they are cracking down alot, where can i get my music safely???
help a desperate /mu/tant out
i need my music back
More like this.
This fucking guy is in Brighton? I had no clue. Knew he was from Ann Arbor, but he is going to be in fucking BRIGHTON?
>mfw listening to this for the first time
it's like Boredoms never left us
Albums with god-tier percussion
>inb4 here we go
>No Share thread
unacceptable, post what you've got
Gazpacho - Demon
>Progressive rock, art rock
8th album from one of the most acclaimed Norwegian post-progressive bands, currently in RYM's top 30 for 2014
Here's a link for the rest of their discography excluding 2012's March of Ghosts
Dem. Socialist, Garry's Mod, Serial Experiments Lain
I don't watch much anime, but I liked Akira
ITT: deceptively complex pop songs
For example, This Town Ain't Big Enough for Both of Us by Sparks has some pretty unexpected chord changes and time signature changes practically every bar, yet it was a huge hit in the mainstream and practically everyone will have heard it at some point in their lives.
Yeah Kimono My House and Sparks in general are one of the better bands of the /mu/ essentials chart. I picked up Kimono My House nearly two years ago for a fiver at my local record store.
Radiohead - Just
The chord progression consists mostly of major chords whose root notes are almost entirely derived from the C diminished scale (a Bb and G break the pattern), which is practically unheard of in rock music aside from progressive stuff like some of King Crimson's albums. To hear something like that in an alternative rock song, especially one as catchy and popular as this is quite startling.
Blur - Coffee & TV
The vocal melody in the verses clearly implies a tonality of A major with only a couple of notes outside the scale, yet all but one of the accompanying chords are incongruous with this, up until the final resolution to A at the end of the verse leading into the modulation to C# minor in the chorus. Really great pop song, one of the best of the 90s.
Also, is it just me in this thread?
/mu/ is so shit now, no-one shares albums, at least not any new finds. It's filled with shitty fucking cutesy games like "if /mu/ was a ____", "if you get dubs say a genre you like" or some shit like that.
Let's get an actual album thread
>post your favourite album
>post your most recent purchase
>post an album which is generally unknown/needs recognition on /mu/
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>not valtari or kveiker
Well at least you have good taste.
Also, pic related.
>Blondie - Parallel Lines
>Boredoms - Vision Creation Newsun
I've been getting into dark ambient lately, any recommendations?
Have you tried all in this chart? (Ignore the ones blanked those are ones I've heard)
I have a shit casio just sitting here would be cool if I could hook it up to my computer how do I go about that it has midi in and out in the back what plugs do I need do I need an audio interface I run ableton live btw
i like keyboard as much as the next guy but i feel that in my work that i do alot better with a mouse and some alert pills. If i have a melody or input some trills or stacattos, ill use the keyboard but most of my workstation consists of just a laptop and mouse.
how are those monitors btw? what kind are they?
They're not monitors, they're Audio Engine A5+'s. I listen to music as much as I record it. I usually just demo my stuff on a bunch of speakers instead of doing it all on one pair.
The AN1x is my main keyboard and the other 3 are just cheap casios. I run them all through the MFC42 to make them half legitimate synths.