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oc remix by George Murdhall - Wed, 29 Mar 2017 02:31:22 EST ID:r7yvaUgx No.448806 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Let's take a moment and discuss OC REMIX


soundcloud by Reuben Pockfoot - Sun, 12 Feb 2017 11:13:55 EST ID:3a/IltZs No.448384 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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post soundcloud here
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Fanny Diddletotch - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 14:07:11 EST ID:7uCeR4Gh No.448737 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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https://soundcloud.com/user-100130947/accident-injury-death-etc

Here's a thingy I made with a microbrute and some pocket operators last night. I made a soundcloud for it so its my first post. Still working on having my recordings not sound like utter shit. I regret not making the drums hit harder, need to work on mixing things better
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Jenny Hoffingchock - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 08:34:21 EST ID:fUNPPaC9 No.448742 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Rसपना9 यात्री ❀ - https://soundcloud.com/roylance

Melancholy Experimental Beats
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genophyte - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 23:56:05 EST ID:6/wU9C0t No.448761 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>448384
>took a hiatus from this project and decided to come back to it
megadriver saga : hyperdrive( holy shit im bad at naming shit) part 3
https://soundcloud.com/genophyte/megadriver-3rd-act-part-4-sound-test

>other noodling

>Jazz Hands Coffee Jamz 'akai Mini Paradigm Edit ' Swinging Doors V98
https://soundcloud.com/genophyte/jazz-hands-coffee-jamz-akai-mini-paradigm-edit-swinging-doors-v98
jazz idm?


>paradigm pre work 20 bpm session feb 2 2017 ...adventures of realtime loop noodling at 20 bpm
https://soundcloud.com/genophyte/paradigm-pre-work-20-bpm-session-feb-2-2017
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zxz - Sat, 25 Mar 2017 23:55:24 EST ID:h0fJOGla No.448789 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>448384
https://soundcloud.com/zxz/depraved-acts-sentinel-mix

>modern Depeche Mode (1990-era)
>Synthwave
>Trance
>Darkwave
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Tue, 28 Mar 2017 17:46:02 EST ID:2MK5+jDd No.448805 Report Quick Reply
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Boobenmeyer why are you not on SoundCloud anymore?


favorite metal album by Esther Fuckingstone - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 13:36:53 EST ID:Nu2YqfzS No.448410 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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ITT: post your favorite metal album
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Shit Blagglemuck - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 13:15:05 EST ID:ulFbWU4U No.448419 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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still holding out hope for a reunion
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Cyril Brellerlatch - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 13:42:20 EST ID:7H4+9PXr No.448421 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>448410
Leviathan is a close second

I already had this album cover saved. My hard drive is less than a year old so I must have posted this image recently ish.
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Hannah Blazzlehall - Tue, 14 Mar 2017 09:15:49 EST ID:7nwKrdwn No.448667 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>448412
Agreed, there is nothing more metal than Painkiller. But Ilike this one a little more.
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DSfA !!4N+Uxa7h - Tue, 14 Mar 2017 09:35:47 EST ID:cx+KZXQz No.448669 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Peace Sells is a close second
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Basil Duckgold - Tue, 28 Mar 2017 15:59:06 EST ID:xtCrYHgk No.448804 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE


Drifter music by Shit Pillydale - Tue, 03 Jan 2017 04:50:53 EST ID:fpGE2x+e No.448059 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Music that lets us wallow in (un)comfortable detachment from people, places, and feelings. Or general angsty faggot thread. I like that too.
https://youtu.be/ppzTFgwZxhc modest mouse - the world at large
https://youtu.be/i7qJYG8b0U4 Andrew Jackson Jihad - free bird
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DSfA !!4N+Uxa7h - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 13:33:31 EST ID:cx+KZXQz No.448216 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=od4pgqWdiCA
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Ian Bashforth - Wed, 25 Jan 2017 20:15:24 EST ID:ChEa3vYS No.448235 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eaxvf5awgkw
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Basil Sugglebury - Thu, 26 Jan 2017 23:44:35 EST ID:vfT8uFlG No.448243 Ignore Report Quick Reply
this is my friend's music, it gives me that /drifty/ feel
https://thesadsaps.bandcamp.com/track/itll-all-be-over-soon-2
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Edwin Hiddlewill - Tue, 28 Feb 2017 11:41:06 EST ID:YFee9Oa6 No.448566 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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this ought to work
Xasthur -- Walker of Dissonant Worlds
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kU0pOmzj70o
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Wesley Blillerchone - Tue, 28 Mar 2017 13:27:39 EST ID:/DJg/XiS No.448802 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>448059
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jgti19VYMtU The growlers- beach rats

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9N6oEFGDl5c the growlers- living in a memory

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qgXYvjVNvk daniel johnston- walking the cow

that last one can be a bit iffy for your category, but I think it fucking works


Bump While Listening thread #2 by C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sun, 10 Jan 2016 23:06:45 EST ID:5RZAZuh0 No.443407 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Last thread >>435367. Bump the thread with the latest tracks you're listening to now.
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Ebenezer Clicklebere - Sat, 25 Mar 2017 08:06:36 EST ID:w+6TCTCp No.448781 Ignore Report Quick Reply
MF DOOM is timeless
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Charles Trotford - Sat, 25 Mar 2017 17:40:30 EST ID:ypxwbO8m No.448784 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dyQJH615KwA
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Charlotte Savingkire - Mon, 27 Mar 2017 18:29:25 EST ID:ypxwbO8m No.448798 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aF0Ix963J3w
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old 90s grandpa - Mon, 27 Mar 2017 20:21:09 EST ID:R3KZddTn No.448800 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMp524f8rso
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Nigel Bleckledale - Mon, 27 Mar 2017 23:41:39 EST ID:3t3SJQJX No.448801 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I feel like new popular hip-hop these days gets a bad rap(no pun intended) stuff, all I ever hear anyone say when I start talking about hip hop is "oh rap was only good in the 90s Wu tang, Tupac all this new shit is gay as fuck." And a lot of it is, but I feel like people write most of the stuff coming out before they give it a chance or listen to it at all. I feel like hip-hop is having a renaissance right now. I think it's been pretty stagnant for a while and it's branching out into all sorts of different directions, now.

Anyways, I don't really like Lil Uzi Vert, but I can't stop playing this song:
https://youtu.be/Zgmvg-zzctI


AC / DC Adapters by Martha Chellergold - Mon, 27 Mar 2017 16:58:46 EST ID:UXa33NFp No.448797 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Are these interchangable? What numbers would you have to match in terms of Input Output ? I have a keyboard but lost the power cable but can probably find some with the same plug hole.
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Charlotte Savingkire - Mon, 27 Mar 2017 18:31:17 EST ID:ypxwbO8m No.448799 Ignore Report Quick Reply
http://www.ebay.com/bhp/universal-ac-dc-power-adapter

Check on the back of the synth. Probably 9v or 12v.
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Cornelius Drettingmire - Tue, 28 Mar 2017 14:52:26 EST ID:7xod9TgV No.448803 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>448799

This. Just match the voltage and you're good to go if the plug fits.


Gear Talk by Betsy Fuckingville - Sat, 31 Dec 2016 04:09:37 EST ID:q6W9xedp No.448017 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What's some musical gear you guys have? Gear you guys want? Current guitar? Dream guitar? Anything that makes electronic beep boops? Whatever it is, post it.

I'm recently just getting back into playing guitar after taking way too long of a break and I think I'm gonna invest in a new one when tax time comes soon. Well, not really a "new" guitar, but one of these old Harmonys from the late 60s/early 70s. In fact, I think I may start collecting a few of the cheaper Japanese guitars made around this time. The Kays, Silvertones, Teistos, etc. Just love the body styles of these things. Plus I can't think of anything much better as a nice, cheap project guitar.

I knew a guy that had one of these that kept it around to play garage rock/fuzz stuff on, and it sounded great for what it was. Like, surprisingly great as long as you're running it through a good tube amp. I'm not positive but I believe the pickups are microphonic. Which definitely isn't much of a desirable thing these days, but it just has a really distinct, warm tone and a nice twangy sound to it. Plus it's cheap as fuck and you can find them pretty commonly. Really excited to get one of these stupid cheapo things.

I was considering buying one of the Squier Jaguars for a good garage sound, but considering how much cheaper this is I really don't think I can pass it up. The Jaguar is obviously the better and more desirable of the two, without question, but considering I'm really fond of this one and can pretty much get it for pocket change, I think I'll be making the right move. I still definitely want the Jaguar though. I'll have to pick it up down the line.

Also gonna pick up an Orange Mini Dark and turn my current solid state combo into a cabinet for it, and I'll likely pick up a BOSS DS-1 pedal, unless someone can recommend any better of a distortion pedal for around the same price. Music on the cheap is best music, mah bois.
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David Dindlehall - Sun, 19 Mar 2017 00:43:17 EST ID:kM72L5Zc No.448713 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>448712

most recent pic
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Sun, 26 Mar 2017 16:45:09 EST ID:2MK5+jDd No.448792 Report Quick Reply
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>>448683
Well my downstairs neighbors just spammed their ceiling/ my floor with a broom. They must hate me now.

I already got thick padded carpet to put under my drums which were on top of already existing carpet but apparently that's not enough. Idk what I'm gonna do.

>>>>448712
What pedals u got, bithc?
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Emma Blankintot - Sun, 26 Mar 2017 20:24:05 EST ID:ORPHSnna No.448793 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>448792
Damn right, pissing off hot neighbors with your own music. Emotionally moving people to anger and suffering through sound!

I found when my weighted keys bothered my neighbor I just had to move the keyboard to a room where they didn't hear as much- which happened to be a big closet above their closet.
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Nathaniel Cumbleway - Sun, 26 Mar 2017 21:24:34 EST ID:1cKIfSje No.448795 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Go to the Lowes and buy a 4x4, cut it down to like 4-6 inches long and place them in an array under a piece of thick plywood. Place rolls of insulation under it and place your drums on top of the plywood. Be sure to bolt the 4x4's tot he plywood too.

Electronic kits are very loud when connected to vibrating or transferring surfaces. Sitting your kit on a mini stage that is sitting on top of a bunch of insulation will effectively silence it for people in adjacent rooms.
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Ian Murdbanks - Sun, 26 Mar 2017 21:53:35 EST ID:QoKqJUy8 No.448796 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>448795
Another method is to buy 2 large pieces of plywood, drill aligning grids of 2 inch holes in both. Place plywood #1 on top of some strategically placed hockey pucks, put tennis balls in the holes, and place plywood #2 on top. Tennis balls absorb most of the vibrations, hockey pucks take care of the rest. If you don't have a vehicle big enough for the plywood, just put hockey pucks under everything. Not quite as effective, but still makes a huge difference.


Instrument ID by Fanny Tillingwater - Sun, 26 Mar 2017 14:43:54 EST ID:VscyW0DS No.448791 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oV4j796ZmIs

Does anyone know what the drum being played in this track is? On the wikipedia article for this album Ken Winokur is credited for "percussion" on it, and Ken Winokur is apparently a member of this group that does film scores (Alloy Orchestra) but I couldn't track down exactly what instruments he uses or what this could be. I love it though.

This is the album it's from, great music from a great band: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWKYxhyKja4

I'm also very interested in percussion instruments in general, especially drums, so share cool things if you feel like it
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Emma Blankintot - Sun, 26 Mar 2017 20:27:15 EST ID:ORPHSnna No.448794 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>448791
Sounds like some kinda conga played lightly and muted with the hit, or maybe some Indian hand drum. Cool track


Any musicians here able to help me with this? by Augustus Bablingwad - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 23:31:12 EST ID:WsWOXqJ5 No.448741 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I am not a musician, but i dick around with a keyboard / daw sometimes.
I discovered these notes combine really well for a morbid / ominous sound. (picture related)
Is this an actual scale / mode?
As much information as possible is helpful, thanks.
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Caroline Gusslesed - Sat, 25 Mar 2017 17:32:31 EST ID:3a/IltZs No.448783 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>448779

Yeah, I've had those basics down for some time, at least, enough, but I guess I felt I had an epiphany yesterday, or rather some additional pieces of the jigsaw were found.

I actually am interested in modes, and know the main ones, how they're formed etc, but I'm trying to get a deeper understanding of the intervals themselves, because like, breaking it down to waves, the shapes and intervals are super complex, but breaking them down to notes, and then scales/modes... Uhh. So they're just patterns of intervals, and from what I understand, one half of the western scale is major, shift it over to minor, then the diminished is formed from being non symmetrical.

That's the type of whirlwind stuff going through my head, and I think things like, just three semitones has a certain sound, and wherever you go from there bridges to another sound, you can change patterns to anything on the fly as long as you know the intervals at any given point.

And yeah, I like to learn top down and bottom up, just learning about theory can help you find a lot of starting points, and places to go, while messing around. I like to spend 30-60 minutes just playing nonstop, but these days, a lot more focused and experimental. It's important to follow up on those new sounds you make, and not just put them on the backburner after playing it once. If you slow down to explore and pay attention, you'll start to progress naturally.

Pardon this for being unacademic fluff, but I felt obligated to respond, and yeah. Intervals. But I need to look into the difference between "tonal" and "modal", to get a deeper understanding of "modes" in general, not just music. What exact function does a mode serve over tonal music? Are the sounds just less harmonic, free form? Jazz? So you're just saying in Jazz, shift the modes, don't worry about the structure, but of course most music even free form jazz has a structure, it's just one that isn't rigid, but it's still solid and complete.

So the modes, you're just shifting the intervals, tonal you're ensuring the intervals are all solid and it adheres to a strong structure, modes you're just …
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Fucking Gegglestock - Sat, 25 Mar 2017 22:24:55 EST ID:1cKIfSje No.448786 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>448783
>rather some additional pieces of the jigsaw were found.
This will likely never stop happening.

>I actually am interested in modes, and know the main ones, how they're formed etc, but I'm trying to get a deeper understanding of the intervals themselves, because like, breaking it down to waves, the shapes and intervals are super complex, but breaking them down to notes, and then scales/modes... Uhh.
You've completely missed my point. Modes are not just scales and sets of intervals. They are modes. You can play modes tonally but that doesn't make them modal. You're just playing strings of notes people have wrongly claimed as a mode. In fact, what most everyone is doing is just playing notes within a "mode" that sound good in relation with complete omission of what makes the mode, modal. You don't seem to get that modal music and tonal music are completely different types of music. You've probably so rarely heard actual modal music you think of all music as tonal. Not to be a dick but reread my post more carefully.

>So they're just patterns of intervals, and from what I understand, one half of the western scale is major, shift it over to minor, then the diminished is formed from being non symmetrical.
Not modally they aren't. You seem really set on making tonal music and not modal music so focus on that. Modes are highly overrated and emphasized. Intervals are more of a tonal music thing anyways and modes again aren't tonal. Intervals have characteristic sounds ONLY IN RELATION to the root. An interval is a measurement between a note and the root or founding note. Modes are not patterns and they are not scales. They are modes. It sounds convoluted but people think of modes as just some fancy ass rote memorized scales they shift to different keys. Which brings me to the second point. I'm not sure what you mean here. So I'll address the two things I think you are talking about.

  1. The "Western Major Scale" is just a really well harmonized diatonic "shape." Again, I'm pretty sure I stated briefly in my previous post that most shapes that we use have 7 notes in them before they repeat at an octave…
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Fucking Gegglestock - Sat, 25 Mar 2017 22:25:31 EST ID:1cKIfSje No.448787 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>That's the type of whirlwind stuff going through my head, and I think things like, just three semitones has a certain sound, and wherever you go from there bridges to another sound, you can change patterns to anything on the fly as long as you know the intervals at any given point.
Play what sounds good and resolves well. Or doesn't. Do what you want.

>I like to spend 30-60 minutes just playing nonstop, but these days, a lot more focused and experimental.
Play more.

>Pardon this for being unacademic fluff, but I felt obligated to respond, and yeah. Intervals. But I need to look into the difference between "tonal" and "modal", to get a deeper understanding of "modes" in general, not just music. What exact function does a mode serve over tonal music? Are the sounds just less harmonic, free form? Jazz? So you're just saying in Jazz, shift the modes, don't worry about the structure, but of course most music even free form jazz has a structure, it's just one that isn't rigid, but it's still solid and complete.
You need to grab some books, mostly history books on music theory and start reading to fully even begin to grasp the difference between tonal and modal music. It was a very slow shift from modal music to tonal music. Music is subjective and religion had a huge part. It is completely asinine and is just a bunch of shit to memorize. Like history. Tonal music is really about following your ear and what you want to hear. Relatively free from strict rules. Since all our tastes are different and developed based on sounds heard from childhood and infancy, tonal music is a lot less finite and definable. Modal music simply means playing music that appeases a mode. All chords are based around notes in the mode. All notes are from the mode. All notes in the mode are likely going to be fully observed.

I also didn't mention Jazz either. Jazz is really complex. It is like just saying "metal." There is no defined genre. It is a menagerie of colossal proportions. Jazz and Metal have both attracted the types of people who have a large amount of technical ability and some pretty good theoretical knowledge. The problem is that pretty …
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Fucking Gegglestock - Sat, 25 Mar 2017 22:31:39 EST ID:1cKIfSje No.448788 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Once again, I will reiterate, play what you like. Play more and more often. Do what you think sounds good and record it. Put it out there and don't be afraid of haters that don't even play or make the effort to do shit that is hard and difficult and don't give a fuck about people that put standards on music.

The only real standards I have on music is that I don't hate it once it is done and that it is in time and that I always need to play more. Music is what you want it to be. Ignore everyone else that says otherwise.
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Samuel Febblebit - Sun, 26 Mar 2017 11:11:00 EST ID:3a/IltZs No.448790 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I agree with the last sentiment, and really when I play or compose something I just go by ear, as that is the final say. Theory can hold you back in a lot of ways, but it can also help you understand what you just did, and help you find new openings and paths to explore, where you can use your own innate rhythms and ear to create something your own.

I'm just going to think of modal music as more arbitrary, and just 'random' rules established to serve the mode as you said, whether that mode is a ceremony of sorts, or whatever. The mode more reflects the culture and their way of life, a mode of living. Or maybe that's too off the deep end and missing every point.


bandcamp thread by Archie Chessleshaw - Mon, 28 Nov 2016 15:11:30 EST ID:CKF2pfzy No.447733 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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share your bandcamp
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The Puker - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 14:56:01 EST ID:P6+Lkl5v No.448746 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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https://pukeclit.bandcamp.com/album/carnal-hymns-of-the-pylorus

>gagwave
>littlebabypukey core
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Caroline Backlebury - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 14:57:32 EST ID:P6+Lkl5v No.448747 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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https://quietsand.bandcamp.com/

>ambient-ish
>carthage-ish
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 20:22:17 EST ID:B3Efcp3B No.448751 Report Quick Reply
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https://therm0ptic.bandcamp.com/album/tandem
Some chill stuff, some noisy stuff, some inbetween.
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James Brubbersudge - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 20:44:09 EST ID:OCAa5eCk No.448752 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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the homies stuff, you guys might enjoy

https://thebinks.bandcamp.com/album/d-r-u-g-s

Hip Hop Beats
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James Gumblewill - Sat, 25 Mar 2017 18:10:40 EST ID:IqJ8QX1a No.448785 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Yo peeps. Busy atm but I just wanted to share this real quick when I had the time

http://www.tarzandragon.bandcamp.com

>trippy psych with a heavy post math rock twist


STURQEN - Vakio Music by John Nendlefield - Sat, 25 Mar 2017 09:12:42 EST ID:K7Tx7/EO No.448782 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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STURQEN - Vakio #1 [Electronic music]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6E2G4TRl40&feature=youtu.be


Came Out of the Musician's Closet by djmV6 - Thu, 23 Mar 2017 03:07:45 EST ID:6+gDAGlq No.448764 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Last week I decided to make a trek along the ocean and play guitar with all my gear set up and play for realz. I had done some occasional beach / anywhere jamming and even played with some vagabond types. Some sessions were loads of fun.
This past week however, upon setting up and playing for a while, had people coming up with dollars and setting them on my amp. $6 in one day wasn't too bad especially since I was more so coming out to be heard and not really for the change. The next day i came back and played at the same place but this time with my pedal box open (hinting on change). I made over $20.

I feel super excited about this. For once in my life I have done something worth doing, having people hear me, connecting with like minded people, and made some money. It isnt much but this means a lot to me.
SLAYER y'all.
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Edward Sadgekat - Thu, 23 Mar 2017 18:53:21 EST ID:ukoPU7Q0 No.448771 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>448764
Congrats keep up the good work
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Jarvis Geckleshit - Thu, 23 Mar 2017 19:42:06 EST ID:TXwUTpbV No.448772 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>448764
That awesome! I hope to get to your point someday. I sure it feels liberating
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David Darringkare - Fri, 24 Mar 2017 08:30:03 EST ID:5pgmjEC9 No.448775 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hey, Dub FX's son, hope you well in journeys ;)
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Fuck Worthingson - Sat, 25 Mar 2017 01:10:34 EST ID:IKRhNmQO No.448780 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>448764
Good on ya mate, keep it up.


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