Best TV Soundtrack?
are there any other good j-rock bands or japanese bands?
(though those two could be hard to get into)
The Pillows (Listen to the stuff they contributed to the FLCL soundtrack, or maybe the picture you posted is them? idk)
Why the fuck do these things hurt like a bitch after having them on for like a little over an hour? Is there a way I can make the pain go away?
Another one of these threads
what punk albums are better than this?
I hope you're kidding
ska punk is shit that rebellious teenagers that were babied a bit too much when they were younger listen to
I don't even have to listen to it to know it's shit
Favorite concert films?
"Give me the laundress' bill and I will set to music even that."
- Gioachino Rossini
Previous thread: >>66382036
An experiment in a pen-and-paper composing general, made for all the composition autists
This differs from /prod/ in that it is more focused on the actual writing of music, not the production. That is not to say /prod/'s electronic music is unwelcome, by all means, post here! But post with the intent on discussing composition. And remember, this is NOT /classical/. Any music, such as jazz, pop, rock, country, electronic etc. is acceptable
Post clyps and accompanying notation so we can give accurate feedback.
STUFF /COMP/ DOES
>the /comp/ YouTube channel
>the /comp/ weekly challenge
>Teoria - Music Theory General Guides/Articles
>Arnold Schoenberg's "Fundamentals of Music Composition"
>Jazz harmony (from the course at Berklee)
>Free Notation Software
>Fake books for jazz and blues soloing
Other resources (full of lessons and books): http://pastebin.com/k3xddxwr
THE /comp/ COMPOSITION CHALLENGE #3 METERS July 8st - July 15rd
Compose a short piece (around 1 to 2 minutes) with three distinct meters in any instrumentation. Treat these time signatures as meters, rather than just throwing in a different time signature for a bar or two for phrasing purposes. Consider making your meters distinct by considering whether the time signatures you choose are duple or triple; simple, compound or complex/irregular.
BONUS CHALLENGE: Make at least one section of your piece polyrhythmic/polymetric
Post WIPs, talk about things to consider...
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This is the greatest song in an anime soundtrack ever. Prove me wrong.
her name is Alice
ham bread retards
what bangers are you listening to kpop general?
orange caramel edition