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SICK PHAT DOPE BEATS by Martin Davingtone - Tue, 25 Sep 2018 00:23:20 EST ID:MNOUTV+7 No.454176 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Cedric Civingridge - Tue, 25 Sep 2018 02:38:35 EST ID:bdTMNEUX No.454178 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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More songs like.. by Emma Winderwill - Mon, 24 Sep 2018 10:23:57 EST ID:bRiqReeP No.454174 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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More songs like P Money´s address to the people under him, influencing his art,
Chasing the Art
If you could find them.
BIg uppin' all of those of you here with a footnote in music,
Let yourselves be known!

Dead shows? by Phoebe Drurrymare - Sun, 23 Sep 2018 01:49:09 EST ID:yirCfnx8 No.454165 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Gimme your favorites?

Nicholas Blythehood - Sat, 29 Sep 2018 15:16:25 EST ID:yirCfnx8 No.454195 Ignore Report Quick Reply

New Brockhampton Album out now! Iridescent by Lydia Blipperway - Fri, 21 Sep 2018 03:58:07 EST ID:MMBFdpLQ No.454158 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Live stream about to start on youtube in about 30ish minutes

Lydia Blipperway - Fri, 21 Sep 2018 04:00:46 EST ID:MMBFdpLQ No.454159 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Also a new video

Drone music by Lillian Cabbleway - Fri, 21 Sep 2018 01:30:05 EST ID:KXzjXIRy No.454155 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So i make disso inspired experimental/drone music. This is a song off my upcoming album, id love any feedback!
Pic semi related, i also make glitch art
Lillian Cabbleway - Fri, 21 Sep 2018 01:30:47 EST ID:KXzjXIRy No.454156 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://dbr.ee/H6WD4 forgot to link the track lol
Lillian Cabbleway - Fri, 21 Sep 2018 02:12:04 EST ID:KXzjXIRy No.454157 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://dbr.ee/H6WD added an extra character as well. too baked to internet apparently

RIP Mac Miller by C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 07 Sep 2018 17:07:36 EST ID:HE43YLQO No.454101 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This is pretty unfortunate though I’m not surprised at how he died. Having listened to him since he dropped his first mixtape several years ago, he got better as his career progressed especially production wise but still it’s a loss for hip hop and given all the deaths this year to rappers like Fredo Santana and XXXTentacion.
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Henry Hannerladging - Wed, 12 Sep 2018 17:49:16 EST ID:wPXo+dka No.454128 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Never really listened to his music tbh but rip
It's sad to see a fellow artist go that way with drugs
Hugh Summlefodge - Fri, 14 Sep 2018 14:15:01 EST ID:a6xsb0o+ No.454132 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I don't listen to young rap, but what's up with this OD shitzl.

Fucking smoke some weed, if you can handle it, and chill. What's up with these hard drugs. They fucking sucks.
Hamilton Funkinson - Mon, 17 Sep 2018 21:55:52 EST ID:0svYTyHI No.454146 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hard drugs are great until they aren't.

Making music with music software by Reuben Pittworth - Thu, 06 Sep 2018 17:31:10 EST ID:7v0+8zwb No.454093 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I want to try it and I liked 402chan, I thought you guys could help point me in directions thanks.
Eugene Nabblechad - Fri, 07 Sep 2018 14:54:40 EST ID:41Scoudx No.454097 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just lowdown reason or fruity loops and check it out mane.
Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Fri, 07 Sep 2018 15:14:51 EST ID:3MCPZWEB No.454099 Report Quick Reply
Yeah pick a DAW that sounds right for you and mess around with it. Watch some youtube tutorials and read the manual.

Ableton Live is good for live jamming capabilities.

looking for new music, not sure exactly so just throw whatever you think will stick by John Claddlechan - Tue, 04 Sep 2018 13:38:05 EST ID:ZeG9lkhz No.454079 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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in fact you can make this a "difficult to describe recs" threads for everyone if you want
Basically I've been getting into neofolk/martial industrial
I've liked what I've heard by DiJ, Tenhir, Blood Axis, Naevus, Empyrium and Sol Invictus, but I'm left wishing there was a bit more of a middle ground - it's either mainly acoustic and folk-sounding or extremely industrial/angry like martial industrial. I want to try and find melancholic/dark/sinister neofolk with more usage of industrial synths/sounds/beats without taking away from the "folky" feel - sorry if that's a completely unhelpful summary. For comparison's sake I'd say Siouxsie and the Banshees - Cities in Dust is a good example, it's got nice melodies, cold industrial/darkwave percussion and sounds, acoustic and electric guitars and bass giving it a nice post-punk rythm and underpinning. Maybe a little heavier/angrier/sadder than S&TB though

thanks for any help, I know I haven't made it easy lol
John Claddlechan - Tue, 04 Sep 2018 13:51:31 EST ID:ZeG9lkhz No.454080 Ignore Report Quick Reply

or maybe a neofolkier version of something like this (just found this):

John Claddlechan - Tue, 04 Sep 2018 13:53:38 EST ID:ZeG9lkhz No.454081 Ignore Report Quick Reply
or tbh just closer to Children of God era Swans, just occurred to me that that's the best actual neofolk album to use for comparison
Charlotte Sibbleforth - Tue, 04 Sep 2018 14:35:57 EST ID:J4bIxN9Z No.454082 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm going to throw Agalloch out there because it's been a while since the last person who got recommended them had a shit fit at the greatness. It's black metal rather than industrial but it's got the neofolk thing (in varying degrees per song).

It's not what you are looking for but it might scratch your itch. Or maybe not.

midi controller by Shitting Fuckingworth - Tue, 14 Aug 2018 01:34:31 EST ID:zjME+E+r No.453969 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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i have been making beats and electronic music on my computer for nearly 10 years. this whole time, i have been using the exact same setup: fl studio, with me manually putting in every note using a mouse or trackpad. it takes me at least a month, or even three months or more, for me to finish a track. i don't like how long it takes, and i'm wondering if my setup has something to do with it.

advice? most other electronic musicians i know either use a midi controller a lot, or they use hardware music technologie. i can't afford a lot of synths, but i could probably get a midi controller to use. so i would like to know if using one of those could help, and if so, what would be a good starter option.
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Fuck Brooklock - Fri, 31 Aug 2018 03:14:21 EST ID:ete99Adf No.454057 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Arturia Keystep man. It has a built in sequencer and arpeggiator and is just a solid controller for only 125 bucks.

Other than that, pawn shops are great because idiots buy midi controllers thinking they're keyboards and sell them because they don't have any sounds preloaded. I got an Axiom 25 for 25 bucks that way.

Fuck Brooklock - Fri, 31 Aug 2018 03:39:06 EST ID:ete99Adf No.454058 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Take everything I said back. I didn't read the most recent post and if a keyboard is not what you want, the keystep isn't gonna work lol.

The Axiom 25 I mentioned might actually be more up your alley. It's got 6 velocity sensitive pads, but they don't make it anymore. You can get it for a good deal used if you look around.
Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Fri, 31 Aug 2018 10:42:00 EST ID:3MCPZWEB No.454060 Report Quick Reply
So is it more for being able to perform tracks that are already made? Editing effects, launching clips, adjusting parameters, etc, in real time?

Recent Purchases / General Collection Thread by Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Tue, 21 Aug 2018 20:01:07 EST ID:8fASyB+q No.454016 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The 8 hour 12xLP box set has finally arrived. This will probably forever be the best thing in my collection. Did anyone else get this and how is the condition? Some people had warped sleeves or missing vinyls. Mine all seems good physically, don't know if there are any audio fuckups on it though.

And on a non Autechre note, anyone purchase anything else interesting recently or just feel like showing off their collection?
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Fri, 24 Aug 2018 23:14:12 EST ID:8fASyB+q No.454028 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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That's not bad. Most of the Autechre LPs I come across that are in good condition are like 100 + dollars and I am not rich. It sucks because if I ever wanted to specifically complete a collection of a particular artist, it would be Autechre. Of course that is usually for factory sealed or near mint versions, and it's not the sort of thing I just run into in the record stores in my area either. Zappa would be nice too. Both have such a deep world of sound to dive into as well as fantastic variety. I typically only get something on vinyl if it's something I super especially like though. Com Truise is pretty awesome and there are probably a couple I'd like to own. One thing that's weird is I love Pink Floyd but most of the Syd Barret stuff never actually satisfied me. It's not that it's bad it's just that I never really got any feeling from his stuff and I almost feel bad about that lol. I don't know, it's been years since I've even heard it so maybe I'd appreciate some of it now. But I suppose I tend to listen to music more for its sound than music with lyrical content, and Pink Floyd definitely got more interesting sound-wise after the Barrett years imo.

I did get the repress bundle of Autechre's first 3 LPs that Warp released a year or two ago. I've also got a copy of Draft 7.30 that I bought from Discogs because that album has one of my favorite songs of all time (surripere). I've also got the classic Brain Salad Surgery with the Giger art. Giger was fuckin awesome, man. A few other favorites are The Fragile Deviations by NIN, which is an instrumental version of The Fragile plus a bunch of extra recordings never put on the original. There's Dynamics / The Planets by Dom & Roland, just some random drum n bass from the 90's but The Planets was always an impressive track to me because of the drums. Working With Sound by Hive which is one of my favorite 90's downtempo / trip hop sort of albums. I've got the Earthworm Jim soundtrack, Rain Temple by 2814 which my old roommate got me for my birthday one year. And another absolute favorite is this 7" vinyl by Toy which has Rabbit Pushing Mower on it and some other t…
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Fri, 24 Aug 2018 23:17:15 EST ID:8fASyB+q No.454030 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Also have a few vaporwave cassettes, and a couple cassettes from 420chan /m/usicians like Big River Dream and _whtspce. And there's this glorious noise album on mini CD, Hey Babe, Let Me See Your USB And I'll Show You My Firewire, by Massimo. The cover art is great.
George Sullywotch - Sat, 25 Aug 2018 07:56:38 EST ID:ZIyWXxI5 No.454034 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Well colour me even more jealous!

Didnt expect emerson lake and palmer though. Giger was and amazing artist.
I have a few cassettes from local bands, i dont have a cassette player though so i never really go out of my way to get them i mostly buy them to help the band out monetarily.
Ive never heard of Massimo or Hive before so ill check them out.
Zappa would be so difficult to get a complete collection of.

I like to think there is three pink floyds. pink floyd when syd was in the band was a totally different thing without him, and then punk floyd is something totally different without waters.

I think the cool thing about contemporary society is we can listen to an album before we decide to actually purchase it. like i didnt buy any wings records until i heard band on the run ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xOIBvvcG5Vo ) then from there i kept liking the albums and then i just kept buying them.
Im pretty poor most of the time so i cant always get the best quality stuff but here is some more of my collection.
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