The last one was a lot more successful than I thought it would be, so I'll keep it going. If you're interested at all, post questions, thoughts, even your own compositions if you want. Come on, we won't bite. Alright, some of us will, but it's all in good fun.
An experiment in a pen-and-paper composing general, made for all the theory autists
This differs from /prod/ in that it is more focused on art music and music theory. That is not to say /prod/'s electronic music is unwelcome, by all means, post here! But follow in the footsteps of the classical composers of the 20th century who experimented in electronic music. But remember, this is NOT /classical/. Any art music, such as jazz, is acceptable
Post clyps, and please post accompanying notation so we can accurately critique your composing from a theory perspective
>Free Notation Software
>Score Preparation Guide
>Orchestral Preparation Guideline
>Takadimi: A Beat - Oriented System of Rhythm Pedagogy
>Teoria - Music Theory General Guides/Articles
>Musictheory.net - General music theory with accompanying exercises and tests. Great for practice.
>Succint but insightful theory up to contemporary techniques such as serialism and set theory
And feel free to expand!
>anyone got any modal rescouces?
Any place where I can learn the keys of every instrument possible so I can transpose correctly? I know that quite a few modern day notation stuff like Sibelius I think does it automatically but still.
>listens to bob dylan once
I like that kendrick produced an ep that's just the leftovers from TPAB, and people still praise it as a large cultural statement. I'm pretty sure he could put out 40 minutes of him experiencing post-Taco Bell diarrhea and it would be interpreted as the wailing cries of poor black urban youth. The scariest part about that is due to the cheap quality of food that the poor eat, you could make a legitimate argument for that interpretation and only look like 90, maybe even 80% of an asshole. What a time we live in
More like this?
What are similar bands to Grazhdanskaya Oborona?
rank the openers of your favorite artist
Sentimental Man = Life of Possibilites > Survey Says > Tonight We Mean It > No One's Saying Nothing
only going up until berry leaves
harborcoat > radio free europe > what's the frequency kenneth > drive > pop song 89 > feeling gravitys pull > finest worksong > begin the begin > how the west was won and where it got us > radio song
>band's debut is great/amazing
>they have potential to make several 8 or 9/10 albums
>the rest of their discography is just a big decline in comparison to the first
What is their name /mu/?
How do I make rock music relevant again?
Would loveless sound different if it had this cover?
Do people actually like weezer? are they good? or do they just think they're the greatest because they grew up with their songs? in that case, you're a loser nostalgia is for weak minded people. I haven't even listened to them that much and I already dislike them a little.
they are sometimes good. most everything in the 2000s is bad and even when they're good they're not revolutionary, but they have at least 2-4 solid albums. i don't think pop rock gets a lot better than their first album.
as for the second part of your question, no one think's they're the greatest and "I haven't even listened to them that much and I already dislike them a little." says more about you than the band
can I get some classy euphoria-core reccs like The Avalanches?
Are there any math-rock abums that are as good as this?
this isn't the only math rock album you've listened to, right?