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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated July 26)

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A Momentary Lapse of Reason

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- Sun, 17 Jun 2018 15:33:11 EST uwbhrCcC No.453688
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What do you guys think of this album on its own?
What about relative to the whole of Pink Floyd's work and compared to other albums?
It was immensely commercially successful and set records for live shows for the band, but some people say this album proved that Pink Floyd had no place in the 80's.
What about compared to The Division Bell, the record to follow?
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Rebecca Segglehare - Wed, 20 Jun 2018 22:50:04 EST a7lqqDw+ No.453710 Reply
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Dad is that you?

Did you get those cigarettes yet?
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Jack Bunson - Fri, 29 Jun 2018 15:30:49 EST qDkTlIC3 No.453733 Reply
>>453688
This is one of my favorite Pink Floyd albums, and one of my favorites overall. The first one after Roger Waters left, the sting of that breakup can be felt all through this album, fueling a fire for lyrics and wonderful production. David Gilmour is an excellent frontman.

Lossless

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- Wed, 14 Feb 2018 15:17:09 EST AzDVrMWQ No.452960
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Lossless thread. Post your audiophile setups too

Mine: akg 7xx and a Little Dot MKII preamp.
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Dark Pyramids

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- Sun, 24 Jun 2018 17:21:54 EST EArAzujy No.453721
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DARKPYRAMID - New Humans. It'll change your life. Does anyone happen to have a D/L for the album? I've been listening to it off YT/BC for a few days now and I'm in heaven. Anyone have some similar sounding stuff or suggestions?

War of the Worlds without Narrator

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- Sun, 10 Jun 2018 09:47:31 EST rMiupuwn No.453647
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Is there any edition of the OST without the narrator talking over it?


vibrato and comments on voice

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- Thu, 07 Jun 2018 16:26:19 EST Vpcl6Cda No.453629
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hey guys just posting a clip of me singing a little lyric a few times. hows my voice sound/. can yall hear the vibrato? what are your thoughts on vibrato? and what think about the underlying rythem behind natural vibrato?
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Cedric Billywud - Fri, 08 Jun 2018 17:23:21 EST rGHu4g/a No.453637 Reply
Yeah you can hear it. It doesn't sound like natural vibrato though, it's a bit too fast and stabby. If you're singing with correct technique, vibrato will happen naturally - but when it comes to pop music etc. singing "correctly" is less important than singing expressively, so I guess you can just sing however you like too. You don't want to sound like you're putting it on though (which you do a bit here), and you don't want to sing in an unhealthy way that damages your voice
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Frederick Nallyhall - Sun, 10 Jun 2018 19:49:51 EST Vpcl6Cda No.453653 Reply
>>453637
im glad to get a second opinion on this , really its amazing to talk about it. IDK if youve been to jail before but when you go for a long time you end up meeting people who SING literally SING the entire time. and a few of them sound fricken amazing! Around my 4th month in I started singing manically, having never sang before and tried to sing as loud as i possibly could.

Well around month 5 my voice started naturally making vibrato, i guess not great vibrato hence your comment. but ever since ive been FASCINATED by the phenomena, appreciating songs ive never taken the time to listen to. so REALLY any talk around this is appreciated
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John Pittford - Thu, 21 Jun 2018 20:17:44 EST 5s4XgJU3 No.453711 Reply
>>453653
holy shit you started singing in jail? You know when you wonder what you'd do if you were stranded on a desert island or something? I always thought to myself if I was ever in jail or solitary confinement or something I'd just sing sing sing. Crazy to hear that people actually do that. Did it annoy you to have to listen to it all the time, even if some people were really good? And did you ever piss anyone else off? Were you ever surprised by what someone was singing? Would love to learn more about this.

You do sound like you're quite comfortable and self assured using your voice, and it has a nice timbre. I know a lot of singers who are classically trained, and their vibrato doesn't sound like yours, but I'm not a knowledgable enough singer to be able to pick up much about the specifics of your technique from the voice clip. Also I've read that vibrato stems from the same mechanism as the one that makes your arms shake involuntarily when you're eg lifting a heavy weight that you're not used to, and it's meant to protect your muscles. Or something. But I'm not entirely sure how to control the frequency of it correctly - I think it's better to focus on more fundamental parts of your technique, and good vibrato will just be a byproduct of that. Then again, singing "correctly" is only part of it. Look at Joanna Newsom

80's 90's

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- Tue, 12 Jun 2018 18:35:43 EST YZUNcVLf No.453660
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I've been looking for good music from this era since modern popular music is trash. I get immense joy of the fashion and hair of the era as well.
If you wanna help me in discovering this obviously great era, I want stuff that was actually played on TV or such. Also no metal, alt-rock or grunge etc. Why? These genres haven't really gone forward, and with the advancements in technology good and unique synthetisator sounds have been replaced with sterility and I like the rougher drum machine beat for example.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xweiQukBM_k Paula Abdul - Opposites Attract

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LvdLovAaYzM Martika - Toy Soldiers

https://youtu.be/gzoEK545j64 Deee-Lite - Groove Is In The Heart

https://youtu.be/2v8YragSIuI Exposé - Point Of No Return

https://youtu.be/tLTGs4fqxBk Yazoo - Don't Go

https://youtu.be/1nw-V5eEeAk Laura Branigan - Self Control

https://youtu.be/w-rv2BQa2OU INXS - Need You Tonight

https://youtu.be/Ud6sU3AclT4 Taylor Dayne - Tell It To My Heart

https://youtu.be/Cv6tuzHUuuk The Bangles - Walk Like An Egyptian

https://youtu.be/0sw54Pdh_m8 Fine Young Cannibals - She Drives Me Crazy

https://youtu.be/1iaLoatdBCo A short Mr. Mister concert

https://youtu.be/GHUbnt1DDu4 Luther Vandross - She Won't Talk To Me

https://youtu.be/kcPc18SG6uA Sade - Sweetest Taboo

https://youtu.be/JWsRz3TJDEY Neneh Cherry - Buffalo Stance
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Charles Blytheforth - Tue, 19 Jun 2018 18:20:45 EST VnPzX1i3 No.453703 Reply
>>453684

You didn't even like protection?

I'm not sure if i want to give you nice tunes!

more like this?

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- Mon, 18 Jun 2018 16:27:19 EST qJS+3+ZQ No.453696
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I found this completely by surprise while looking for acid bath torrents on mega

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7vSmT0S8tA [Embed]

1 - what is this, does anyone know about it, its so uplifting Im usually into industrial, rap, metal, techno, country and such so this isnt something i would even be likely to come across but i fuckin love it its making me feel so happy lol, and not only was i wondering if anyone could point me towards some more of this upbeat happy japanese stuff but also if anything thats similar genre instrumentation wise but a little more melancholy? Like the post-punk to this punk if it was punk? Rambling a bit and not sure how to get my point across but basically i want to discover the emotional and instrumental variants in this jap folk or whatever it is? also just any other good japanese music that's not just like oriental weeb shit but I mean like new shit from japan and anything surreal or weird not knocking classical asian music but it's not what I'm after, I like the way they use mainly acoustic instruments I'd like to see more innovative jap music like this since all I really know of their scene is grindcore and extreme metal

Band?

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- Sun, 10 Jun 2018 13:54:07 EST 7aesz4Wm No.453649
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Who are these guys ?

YEEEEEEEEE

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- Sun, 03 Jun 2018 13:34:15 EST RuDKOpEj No.453615
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>mfw our boy has done it yet again

Ghost Town is a fucking banger, as is ITAKY, Wouldn't Leave and Violent Crimes.
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Clara Muddleshaw - Tue, 12 Jun 2018 23:04:14 EST RuDKOpEj No.453662 Reply
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And now he's gone and done it AGAIN. Is this truely the Summer of Ye?
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Polly Penkinfut - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 00:26:20 EST RlYqoqQv No.453675 Reply
The new Nas album is fucking crazy! Production is perfect and if you like good lyricism this is top tier even for Nas. AOTY shit.

singing be harder than i thought it did be

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- Sat, 09 Jun 2018 12:58:47 EST VnAkOMT7 No.453642
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so a while ago i find out i can pull off a pretty cool singing voice, i leave it because i have nowhere to practice and perfect it where neighbours can't hear me or shit like that, that was a few years ago. i decide recently after being neet for so long that i should probably do something with myself. fuck it im not gonna practice real life skills, i'll do some singing. so i set up in my room to practice at talking level, better than just not practicing at all i thought. anyway, i fucking give this song like 2 attempts, and by the third my vocal chords are too strained to sing anymore. its been a few days now, still cant sing anything like i was on the first 2 tries. i mean sure it was a very low tone, and i put a twang on it in a couple parts so i can see why it would tire my throat out but god damn fucking 2 attempts resulting in im guessing like a week of rest? how long do you think it would take to get back to normal so i can sing again?

just earlier i realised i can sing in a more "normal" tone, a bit higher than my original attempts. that got like one attempt of sounding ok then straight back to vocal fatigue. i just wanna practice singing god damn it
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Edward Murdfuck - Sat, 09 Jun 2018 13:17:04 EST VnAkOMT7 No.453643 Reply
maybe twang isn't the right word idk how to describe it i know fuck all about singing

Voice acting in a foreign language

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- Wed, 06 Jun 2018 00:13:18 EST uJZ0+x8R No.453625
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Hey guys,

I really love the craft of VA but it doesn't have the same appeal to me in French (my native tongue) than in English. I consider it to be pretty bad tbh.

I try so hard to work on my accent but often lose hope, thinking I'll never be able to compete with native speakers - especially considering there are TONS of incredibly talented ones.

Is it just another pipe dream of mine or could I sound as 'English' as a native without people doubting if?

It's been my dream for a very long time.

Thanks guys.
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Henry Fembleman - Wed, 06 Jun 2018 15:24:09 EST XTGRPDm1 No.453626 Reply
>>453625
It's possible. Look at all the actors that adopt accents as necessary. Hugh Laurie sounding American as Dr. House, for example. Or Mel Gibson being anything other than a total bogan. In the reverse direction, Peter Dinklage having to put on his Tyrion voice.

However, there is a reason these people are professionals. Just because it is possible doesn't mean it's easy, and I can't tell you whether you personally can accomplish it or not.
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Priscilla Mammerwill - Sat, 09 Jun 2018 07:53:58 EST aGcBfIuD No.453641 Reply
>>453626
The director for House didn't realise who he was auditioning and was trying to avoid people putting on accents. He praised Laurie's authentic bostonian accent. However he's a bit of a heavyweight.

It's not all about actors though. I knew a Dutch girl whose english had a BBC accent. She was taught that accent was more important than the fine details in persuading people she was a native. She did study english for 3 years though, she probably knew more literature than me. My point is that a good language tutor will teach you a proper accent. Maybe you can find such tuition pre recorded or something though.

Discovery Thread

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- Thu, 31 May 2018 12:26:46 EST WF9kL+ks No.453607
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How/Where do you guys find your tunes?
What are some of your more obscure tastes that you just want to shout out to the heavens and get everybody on your level?
Got a band you want to promote?
Want to shill yourself out to the team?

This is our thread.

Buyfag thread

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- Tue, 29 May 2018 19:37:05 EST G6SJbQVw No.453596
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>tfw finally getting a job and realize I can buy albums

It's been a decade since I have been able to really get into albums.
There is so much more to physical than digital, for me digital completely removed the joy and pleasure of music and reduced it to a disposable commodity.
I wish the world would wake up to the importance of buying albums, the money is going to the artist! More money to the musician = more music!
I wanna buy a big pretty looking shelf to house all my sounds.

If anybody here is a musician and you have physical releases post your bandcamp or whatever, I might buy your album if I enjoy it.

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