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File: 94c511175973b72⋯.png (1.96 MB, 3000x3000, 1:1, cow-core.png)

 No.99550[Reply]

It's dropped! What's the consensus round here?

 No.99551

What is that?


 No.99555

>>99551

>doesn't know Avey Tare

I'm not even a fan of AnCo, but come on


 No.99560

File: 9555a2f0423eaf5⋯.jpg (8.73 KB, 255x208, 255:208, 1440281052761.jpg)




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 No.99534[Reply]

press R for respects

 No.99541

lmao this nigga look like george washington


 No.99543

R

I don't even know what I'd listen of Bach, but I know I'd recognize it.


 No.99556

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Here is the Best Version Ever of Bach's Fugue in D Minor


 No.99557

>>99543

>>99556

Both of these are me.


 No.99558

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>>99557

Embeding another youtube video. It compares Mozart and Bach, student then teacher.




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 No.99554[Reply]

whatever happened to guys like joseph retrostein? are they still making music?



File: a17c08680017931⋯.jpg (86.74 KB, 1200x1200, 1:1, weezer-black.jpg)

 No.99253[Reply]

5/5 Breddy good :D

 No.99266

why the fuck is weezer so big that they're in fortnite or whatever I don't get it


 No.99269

why does anyone care about them beyond their second album?


 No.99547

>>99269

Because the white album wasn't that bad, and most just hope they return to form.


 No.99548

>>99547

oh fuck this was 19 days ago


 No.99549

>>99547

They've had close to 20 years for that, I don't think it's going to happen

>>99548

I'm not going anywhere anytime soon




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 No.97722[Reply]

How do I get good at making songs with the computer?

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 No.98052

Learn your way around a DAW and practice regularly. Learn what kinds of chord progressions you like and how to mix and EQ properly.


 No.98054

Firstly you'll want to learn a bunch of theory. People say you should avoid theory as much as possible since it stifles the creative process to some degree, but these are the people who write entire albums in one key and that key is based on the note of the lowest string of their guitar. Learn about a thing called chord function. If you put specific chords in specific orders, it'll sound good. This explains it pretty well: https: //www.musictheory.net/lessons/57

A lot of the rest will depend on what type of music you want to play. One thing to keep in mind is that software instruments mostly sound like shit. It would be good to learn to play instruments and get some microphones and a recording interface. If you want to make electronic music then that doesn't matter.

If you're just concerned about writing it, you won't need to learn DAW stuff, but if you want to record it and mix it, let me just say now, it's going to sound amateurish unless you either pay a whole bunch of money and do some kind of university course or if you spend even longer scouring the internet for advice that isn't shit. If you don't want to have to pay someone else to record and mix your music, it's going to sound like it was put together amateurishly, but I doubt you're concerned about that. Again, how you record stuff depends on what kind of music you want to make. If you don't care about software instruments sounding like shit, you can just pirate some software, and there should be guides on the internet. You'll have to learn how to program midi. If you know enough about notes and rhythm, you can use a DAW or guitar tab software to input the notes you want it to play. A lot of this stuff in general depends on what kind of music you want to make so if your OP wasn't vague maybe it'd be easier to give advice. OP's probably not coming back anyway.


 No.98355

>>98054

Op might have fucked off, but I appreciate it anon.


 No.99546

File: 4f01353a989e325⋯.jpg (45.08 KB, 640x480, 4:3, DyvM6ZDXcAgmEX9.jpg)

>>98054

>People say you should avoid theory as much as possible since it stifles the creative process to some degree

Who? Give me their full names and addresses so I can fuck them up.


 No.99636

You don't because you use /mu/ and nobody on this board will ever become a good musician since all they listen to is Neutral Milk Hotel, King Crimson, and some shitty metal bands nobody's ever heard of.




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 No.99521[Reply]

1 minute and 10 seconds into this video, Lemmy says:

>if this bloody thing is ever gonna work out properly, then we all have to intermarry and screw each other blind and get to be coffeeish

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 No.99531

>>99521

Oh no I thought cfuz he liked Iron Crosses he'd be as much of an autistic racetard as I was shit I can't listen to Motorhead anymore pack it up boyssss


 No.99532

If you can't separate the art from the artist then you probably shouldn't be listening to music. Almost all your heroes are socialist or progressive.


 No.99535

>>99531

"muh autism"

go back to cuckchan

everyone here is autistic you shitstain show some goddamn respect.

I understand Lemmy is likely drunk here and your musicians =/= not idols.


 No.99539

>>99531

>racetard

You mean someone who doesn't bury their head in the sand when it comes to genetics and human group dynamics?

>>99532

This. Lemmy was just a man of his time, and OP is a sperg.


 No.99542

>>99523

Because the browser froze after my first attempt




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 No.95774[Reply]

Have any of you worked at a venue? Maybe like 5% of you have and i’m one of them. So i worked at a small club in LA from 1989 to mid 2004. It was a mainly punk club with a lot of underground bands that disappeared but every once in a while one band would play right before they hit big. I remember hearing that soundgarden played a show right as my shift ended so i heard maybe the first three songs but i have no idea what they were. I did however hear and record full sets from nirvana and green day.

Nirvana i believe played in august of 1990 with the drumer of the melvins i think. I recorded soundcheck and the show. i can’t remember the setlist fully but they played for sure in bloom, love buzz, school, lithium, negative creep, and blew plus at soundcheck they played paper cuts and mexican seafood, kinda as it was more of a jam than the actual song with it turning into a improv solo after the second chorus. my guess is that no one remembered how to play the song fully. I remember making a copy for myself and one for my friend who after kurt’s death asked me for copy so he could go to trading circles and use my tape to get rarer shows. I haven’t listened to the tape in 15 or so years and i can’t find it so i can’t upload it. I thought it was on live nirvana but no one knows that this even happened.

The more interesting item i had was two green day concerts, one from early 94, and the other 04 right before i quit. The 94 concert was right as longview started to appear on the radio but this show had like 100 people when the max capacity was 250 so it really wasn’t that big.They just went on stage, checked that everything was working, then started playing. The setlist was really weird as having a blast, in the end, and pulling teeth were played and this was the only time they played the songs on the tour and wouldn’t til 2013! I might have the cassette with this show somewhere but i probably won’t upload it unless i transfer it.

The last show i recorded was a 2004 show they did before they left for a gig in japan. They played under a pseudonym that i can’t remember but i know that me and the staff knew that green day were playing. This show was werid in that it was just green day with their touring guitarist. The sound check was also strangely long with Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.97496

>>96689

Any plans of maybe releasing some of these through live albums or even deluxe editions?


 No.98618

>>96174

So did you know about that rehearsal tape that got leaked a few weeks ago?


 No.99394

So anyone hear about those Green Day demos being partially leaked?


 No.99409

>>95774

Yo if you still come here, did you record any of the underground bands?


 No.99528

>>99409

I recorded some of the more experimental and odd bands. The only band i remember was one called STD Koolaid. They would just fuck around for a hour or two while playing really retarded songs. They usually would play late at night so i would be on the soundboard recording their shit shows. The last show they played was in 03 so i have no clue where they went afterwords. They might have released an album or two but there's no way anyone outside of the band has a copy.




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 No.99281[Reply]

Pic related as always.

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 No.99362

>>99352

Oh I don't doubt it


 No.99385

Invidious embed. Click thumbnail to play.


 No.99450

File: 0198bc706148fc0⋯.jpeg (60.39 KB, 500x750, 2:3, Cunt.jpeg)

Thom yorke


 No.99493

>>99450

This, and Nick Cave


 No.99517

File: 76ed65e7dbe00fe⋯.jpg (3.2 MB, 3147x4200, 1049:1400, eminem-track-by-track-revi….jpg)

Just about every person this guy associated himself with ended up dying or living long enough to become his mortal enemy. Dre sacrificed his career getting him off the ground, and rewarded him for what is now 20 years of mainstream relevance. The only person he ever "helped" in his entire career was 50 Cent, and that was achieved by taking Dre's nearly finished Detox album and have him sing over it, and when his successive albums couldn't match, the dupe was up and he faded into obscurity by the end of the decade.

How he didn't die from an OD in the mid '00s is a complete mystery to me. All these years later and there's a severe karma imbalance that ought to be addressed.




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 No.99468[Reply]

RIP Dick Dale

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 No.99494

RIP in peace.


 No.99496

F


 No.99497

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Obligatory listening


 No.99501

Damn, he's dead? Surf those big waves in the sky. His stuff was fantastic.


 No.99505

File: 70f65ae83bfc0fb⋯.jpg (121.06 KB, 324x408, 27:34, 1429300474559.jpg)

>didn't pay respects the first time I saw this thread




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 No.99491[Reply]

https://wizardly.fun/r/meta_discussion

We're listening to some Paul Anka right now; feel free to put on your own music.

 No.99492

Should this stuff be against the rules? Discord spam always seems to get deleted, and this is pretty much the same thing. What do you guys think? Sage for off-topic (yes I know it's at the top of the catalog), and sorry for posting meta outside of the meta thread but nobody pays attention there anymore and this thread will probably get deleted anyways.


 No.99504

but discord mines user info. what about wizardly? honestly sync music and chat would be fun




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 No.99350[Reply]

POWERWOLF at KNOTFEST!

Who else is going?

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 No.99405

>>99397

>metal


 No.99407

File: 46aafd5479b03d7⋯.jpg (50.78 KB, 706x960, 353:480, 46aafd5479b03d7acc3406ab46….jpg)

>Knotfest


 No.99415

>>99405

>not metal


 No.99421

>>99415

I don't see whats wrong with that statement.


 No.99463

>>99350

Ew slipknot




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 No.97600[Reply]

I can only seem to be able to enjoy music from the previous century, some from the 00s but after that everything sounds so generic and watered down to me, I mean maybe there are som songs here and there that I might find good but I haven't heard anything that actually sticks out, where I think "Wow this song is amazing", I guess drum & bass was the last great genre that mixed a lot of different styles which made it very diverse. Is it just nostalgia? or was music just better in the 19th century?

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 No.98958

most importantly, so i'll say it first, even though it would make more sense after the second line, listen to each song with your full attention, do nothing else during that time. make sure you fully listen to it, don't just hear it.

for each of your acquaintances, query them for their favourites, if you like anything, save a copy, including metadata.

for each song you like, query databases for other songs by those artists.

and make sure to track which are your favourites, why they are your favourites.

the reason you have difficulty finding good contemporaneously composed music that is good is not because philistines suddenly, just before we existed, flooded society, but because past crap is disused. society always was, always will be–majorly, at least (we do not exclude the eccentric cases from our view, wherein the masses seemingly spontaneously display a perfectly decent taste or two, but include them as the rare counter-examples serving to underline the average. in all likelihood, such memories disuse the ignorant masses)–full of philistines. our job as cultured men is to maintain the good, and disuse the bad, so posterity can respect this time as we respect that time: the ever progressing golden-age just past. (of course, the annals have recorded all, regardless of future use)


 No.99082

>>97600

Music production has become easier. Music theory and instrument technique, however, remain as difficult as always.

Thus, musicians have progressively leaned their creative efforts towards the process of creating specific sounds for their songs and recording them, which also creates jobs throughout the whole industry (i. e. hiring engineers, renting overhyped studio houses, manufacturer sponsorships, outsourcing editors, etc.). Performance-wise, they rely on recreating the sounds they've recorded on a live show that summons large audiences instead of using their musicians' crafts to perform an abstract piece of music in the specific mood of the moment.

On the other hand is the old process of writing music focusing on its abstract qualities, it requires concentration, patience, deep analysis, technique, education and most of all, a strike of inspiration.

This old process gives the industry no economic boost whatsoever, since it's mostly spontaneous and recquires the artist(s) to be isolated for long periods of time -wether practicing, playing (not performing) or writing- instead of making public appearances, greeting fans and sponsors, in short, generating revenue.

Musicians with good technique specialize themselves in it so they can be the stars of the freak shows organized by instrument manufacturers and live off their sponsorships, or from being session musicians to shitty artists, therefore rendering their creative muscle completely limp.

>tl;dr capitalism has ruined it for music by rendering potentially good musicians into mere stage performers.


 No.99205

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>>97616

This. If you're listening to surface level music you're going to get surface level enjoyment. Maybe you'll like this.

If you genuinely cannot enjoy new music anymore you're either old, burnt out, not looking hard enough, or maybe all three.

Take a break. When you get back less "music must have a lot of shit going on to be interesting" and more "this song elicits a pleasurable emotional response."


 No.99458

>>97600

I want the sauce of that pic OP.


 No.99459

>>99205

That album is some good shit




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 No.98574[Reply]

You know the rules, and so do I.

I'm giving a long ass deadline, so I wanna see a lot of tracks this time.

>First GET with image is the cover

>First GET with a title is the title

>you can't get the image and cover with the same post

>I'll pick whatever I like the more, if you decide to post both nevertheless

>No rerolls if you're one off.

Deadline and listenalong:

26th February

04:00 AM GMT+1

Previous albums:

https://arfm2.bandcamp.com/

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 No.99184

>>99182

save it for next album


 No.99185

>>99184

alright


 No.99414

when is the next album?


 No.99418

>>99414

i have no clue, a thread show up by the end of the month sometime.


 No.99433




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 No.99274[Reply]

I like My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult. They never seemed to go mainstream. Their music is Industrial, but instead of having a rock beat under it, it's more of a Disco sound, yet still classifies as Industrial. The Satanic messages are pretty awesome too. TKK is also significant as being one of the first artists to sign to Chicago's iconic Wax Trax label, which pioneered the Industrial sound of the 1990's.

Anyone else have Underrated Industrial Bands to share?

Pics are a few select covers of their records.

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 No.99282

All Industrial bands are overrated though


 No.99304

>>99282

Howso? This band is a virtual unknown by anyone I talk to


 No.99306

Absolute garbage. OP should be banned from making threads.


 No.99328

>>99306

The best kind of industrial is the unlistenable shite


 No.99417

>>99274

Confessions Of A Knife is an absolute classic and the best album to come out of Wax Trax. Never really liked their other albums.




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 No.97824[Reply]

I've heard from Emmanuel (Installations)

Boston 168 (Oblivion)

Aphex Twin

Mike Derer - Beautiful Chaos

More with this sound? Idk

Pic not related

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 No.97918

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 No.98121

File: ad7eaa11815702a⋯.png (346.2 KB, 460x460, 1:1, UVKvlUD.png)

>>97824

Wasn't aware of Boston 168, good stuff. Thanks OP.


 No.99403

Though a comparatively new genre of music, Techno has a fair bit of history. It pays to know the origin story for a lot of sonic trends, you will be able to understand the references made when Techno-heads are discussing sounds.

First, I reccomend you familiarize yourself with the landscape. It all started with the Belleville Three. Thats right, three black guys created the genre after they got home from class at their local community college. Its true, read it. Yep, another genre invented by African Americans! Im not black, but as a lover of jazz I cant help but acknowledge the accomplishments of blacks who chose to channel their energies into new and experimental frontiers.

After the originators, familiarize yourself with the original labels and the works therein: Metroplex, Plus 8, Axis, Transmat

From there, many of the artists on these labels went on to start their own labels. Many of todays Techno labels can trace their lineage to artists found on these original labels.

[INCOMING BLOG POST]

I favor raw sonics with a slower progression. Something that sounds too polished doesnt keep my attention as well. With a raw, unfinished edge, it gives me more sonically to focus on in the micro. The slow and impending progression allows me to tune out the macro without it creeping through the song too quickly.It allows me to find that headspace (The Zone) that makes Techno special for me.

Heres a few recent bandcamp releases, hopefully you can see what I'm talking about. These tracks groove great while you're doing something else, like dancing, driving or doing laundry.

A Techno album with a faithful NRG and club classic sound. Though a little too "clean" sounding for my tastes, I enjoy the nostalgic feeling it gives.

https://kepas.bandcamp.com/album/helium

Zone Focus is a great compilation series that can help you find artists currently in the TePost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.99411

>>99403

> Im not black, but as a lover of jazz I cant help but acknowledge the accomplishments of blacks who chose to channel their energies into new and experimental frontiers.

Only good thing they've done, i don't know how i can be so racist yet at the same time be into hip hop


 No.99413

good uk oldskool style:

808 State

Slam




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