Anyone saw this?
Is it worth watching?
Also good Music Documentaries Thread.
pic related arrived in the post today. sounding good
ITT: Make up band names, others post what kind of music they would make
What is the most percussion based, metallic clangy industrial there is?
I would probably have said Einsturzende Neubaten if it wasn't in your picture. Some of Skinny Puppy's earlier stuff had a "clangy" period, before they started adopting hip hop beats and generally sounding like shit. I feel like I should be able to help you more, but I'm pretty tired and my memory doesn't seem to be helpful at the moment.
Test Dept. is precussion based, they basically copied early Einstürzende Neubauten, but they're all right. Ritual ambient is generally just precussion as well, but that's not really "metallic", or "clangy".
ITT: Post pics or art you think would make a good album cover and guess which genres they would be
I'm really fucking stumped with this one
Dark, ambient folk
Can't pin a genre to it, it does look very summery though. The first song would be in C major.
friday night coming lads
/bass/ nostalgia edition
idk if this is the right thread but fuck it
anyone know where i can get a cassette rip of Dean Blunt - Jill Scott Herring OST?
if someone can get it on a pirate, could you mirror it for me somwhere.
>just get it yourself
i can't explain.
is it 15?16?17?
Whatsoever, here we go.
also look what i fucking got in the mail today, working though it was claimed as broken/spare due to a missing plug
this thing is so awesome
The Volcas are pretty good, though the bass is a bit useless next to the keys. But I think, they rather a gadged after all, but they have potential, keep that in mind. Just buy a small mixer, like 5-12 channels, old 80ies/90ies ones can be good too, chances is to stump upon deals is high obv. Some new mixers have built in effects, otherwisely, old stuff off ebay or affordable guitar stompers.
Ameteur music production thread?
use swing, use dirty samples, bang shit with a condenser mic near what you're banging, google for some drum kits, quit being lazy. you can't find shit and you want to be a producer. i'm not saying making a beat is the hardest thing in the world but if you can't teach yourself how to fish it's going to seem like it for you.
One of these again?
Rate, judge each others' lifestyles, etc.
I'll start. Went /mu/core as hell this week.
started listening to death grips entire discgo. they're p. neat.
+exmiliary, the money store, aquemini
what are the jazz rap essentials?
ITT - post your three favorite albums of all time and get recs based on them
Beach House - Myth
Frank Ocean - Channel Orange
Gold Panda - Lucky Shiner
>mfw I'm the face of /bleep/
1910 - synths started 1920-50 - modular synths 1960-70 - golden age of synthesizers for old rock musicisans 1980 - the age of dco rebels + new wave 1990 - height of synths, dx7, need i say more? 2000 - synths are still good 2001-06 - synths are changing 2007 - phase of vsts and some other shit that was forgetful 2008 - some crappy synths starting to appear 2009 - crappy synths are spreading, fast 2010 - you gotta be kidding me, roland gaia? realllyyyyyyyyy? 2011 - R.I.P SYNTHS
I was wondering, since Aphex Twin has a massive cult following, why isn't his music replicated a lot? I mean it sounds really easy to make
Radiohead did use some of that influence but I can't really think of many electronic acts to actually replicate him like they would do with many other important bands
If I'm wrong, show me some Aphex Twin replicas
2010: Witch house
Is this correct? Can someone fill in the blanks, please.
Also, what's the currently hyped new genre?
this period of music has run it's course and music is a wasteland right now, we need a new era to be ushered in
lel ironny XD "maybe my musics a joke maybe it's not" shit is so fucking tired
trust fundies need to be kept from making music, violently if necessary