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Why am I like this

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- Wed, 04 Sep 2019 22:54:13 EST pwfsetJ7 No.455519
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So I'm a tasteless piece of shit and made another unnecessary Death Grips Mashups, using Tobacco's Fantasy Trash Wave and DG's Klink.

I used to make music regularly and was big into production but kinda gave up on the dream and havent touched anything in like 8 years and kinda felt that old itch to do something so I took the easy road did an awful mashup to get warmed up again.

It still needs some work I can only imagine but I've heard 5 million times while working on it and can't get outside of my repetition bias. There's a few tempo problems here and there that I'll find eventually but here, take this, it's not safe to go alone.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XEjdjrywH1c&fbclid=IwAR14ipYcYGUMYdqk_sszLDpA36lFrVh39U1LBpJOG8Paa5y_gVUg6rrSoxY

madea sound with guitar and didgeridoo

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- Sun, 05 Jul 2020 05:32:20 EST bqcERyFI No.456844
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hello music makers, i play guitar with loop pedal and got a didgeridoo and made a song with it. once i recorded that song i made i went into dj program and layed a beat down and sliced it up and now it sounds like a techno song.

I think its a good song to be on a sort of drug or something because its 20 minutes long and it falls in and out of coo lgrooves with good tasteful wonk (some not so tasteful)
this is a new approach to making noise i have just figured out and would like to hearsome feed back or hear about if anyone knows an artist thatmakes a similar sound
https://soundcloud.com/noah-taylor-222777291/beat-drum-9



Rosa Anschütz

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- Mon, 29 Jun 2020 16:04:24 EST sf9MXXTd No.456833
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I don't want to start no toxic conversation in here.

But. Is this song about rape? I find the lyrics very disturbing and, at least I think they're very suggestive of something very sinister. I love the music, I love that song, but I personally can't figure out the meaning of it (probably). What do you think?

Black Kray

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- Thu, 14 Mar 2019 09:35:49 EST +m2b0Tyc No.454637
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black kray aka sickboyrari gvcci kray la goth aka lil rari aka lil shye aka baby moet aka foreighn jetski aka ferrari kray aka icedoutuzi

Probably the most interesting rapper out there together with Bladee.

https://youtu.be/90unQV6hHW8
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Aggrotech

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- Fri, 26 Jun 2020 20:12:21 EST kMEiwWH9 No.456820
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Who here likes Aggrotech music?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7zWgAjXaABE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPqQGuYvo0w
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Jarvis Dartwater - Fri, 26 Jun 2020 21:24:29 EST +NhDHJMq No.456825 Reply
Nice, do they use the same pterodactyl throughout all these songs?

Guitar Collection Thread

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- Fri, 26 Jun 2020 11:50:56 EST VZJ/g4+6 No.456814
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Let me see your wood.
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Nathaniel Godgeham - Fri, 26 Jun 2020 16:59:40 EST sbSzi9qz No.456817 Reply
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I got this shit and a LP Special TV yellow from like 10-20's years ago, and a cool acoustic from Canadada that i haven't seen in ages. I hope she's doing OK.

question about learning bass

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- Thu, 26 Dec 2019 16:48:17 EST hkhv0kLT No.456036
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VPfyWAEMgCQ

i played flute and clarinet in high school and i wanted to get back into music and i like bass-centric music like post-punk and new wave so I figured what the hell and picked up a fender squire jazz I've been playing for about a month and i can play scales and simple songs Disorder and Uh-oh Love Comes to Town but as soon as i try to bring the ring finger into play i just can't physically do it

is this normal and will improve with exercise? i actually have very mild cerebral palsy, it was really bad when I was a baby but i had 5 years of daily therapy and now the only symptoms usually are quirky things like i can't walk backwards or swim in a straight line, and i have balance issues and stuff like that

my question since i'm teaching myself is this something that will improve with practice or should i look into taking up another instrument?
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Doris Dartworth - Sun, 21 Jun 2020 20:18:44 EST iEl8qik/ No.456800 Reply
My uncle has cerebral palsy so bad that he's a lifelong wheelchair user, and he's teaching me guitar. He fucking rocks
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Samuel Dartfield - Wed, 24 Jun 2020 09:02:51 EST rihcEXUc No.456803 Reply
>>456036
Playing bass requires more strength than guitar and it's common to have to practice fretting with more than 1 finger. That is not unique to you or having CP. I would take the do drills advice of others, try for all 4 fingers as that's the end goal. You may have to work harder or might find you can't get all the way but it should improve with practice.
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Hugh Buzzwell - Thu, 25 Jun 2020 22:50:53 EST YTv4gwU2 No.456813 Reply
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oh shit thanks for bumping this thread guys i forgot i even made it, i got a little discouraged at this point and I picked it up a couple times a week doing basic drills and scales wondering if I should just cut my loses and look into going back to a wind instrument but a couple months ago I started to at least get to a point where I was just good enough that it was starting to become fun to play like winds were and I've been practicing a few hours a day for the most part since. It's more slow going than I'd like and maybe this is pretty rough but considering I hadn't picked up an instrument in years and the way of feeling music instead of playing it algorithmically is completely different on strings, I don't think it's too terrible. Probably about a 6th grade level lol

In terms of left-hand technique I couldn't really mirror what I saw in the book so I just focused on what caused the least discomfort and locking up, so now I'm looking for things I might be able to change to improve my technique without adding any strain. I still can't really move my ring finger and pinky independently but I at least have use of the finger now. I think the biggest thing that I'm just not making any progress on is over/under shooting slides. I can learn specific ones by rote after a lot of practice but it doesn't seem to be transferring to an ability to do it in general, that seems like a problem a lot of people have though I don't blame it on anything specifically. Still went from not being able to do it at all to only botching one here.


HANDSOFFTHETITS

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- Thu, 12 Jul 2018 08:08:56 EST t1CMGEdF No.453820
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Latest video from HANDSOFFTHETITS
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get boogie

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- Wed, 27 Mar 2019 13:11:41 EST emFkZS3X No.454693
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Can we get adisco/post disco thread going on?


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=PggKxIAL1bg
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Augustus Pickbanks - Sun, 19 Apr 2020 18:37:40 EST 6Ix1hRmS No.456529 Reply
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Serjo feat. Iveta - I'm Falling

Analyses, Reviews, and Critique

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- Fri, 15 May 2020 01:22:33 EST YTv4gwU2 No.456616
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I didn't see a thread like this up, I wrote this for a class and I was wanting to see what everyone else has to say about their favorite (or least favorite) music

The song Tarred and Feathered by the band Cardiacs is one of my favorite pieces of modern art music. With the radically contemporary composition, it's easy to see the lyrics as either gibberish or perhaps more about the sounds of the words than the words themselves, such as in The Velvet Underground's The Black Angel's Death Song. I think, however, that the lyrics were written very intentionally and what follows is my interpretation of them.

Essentially, I see it as a reaction to the absurdity of existence. Or perhaps an existential crisis in song form. "I find I understand the rules / but cannot find the reasons" I related to the experience of trying to find life's answers through rational means which became the dominant belief in the West post-Enlightenment.

In my own search for truth, I initially turned to science and reason and adopted a belief in materialism, but slowly I found that as I learned more and more and developed a greater understanding of the apparent world, there was this gnawing uncertainty about reality and the "why" questions in life. The Peter Hammill song "Four Pails" I find also relates this experience fairly well, beginning with the lines:

Four pails of water and a bag full of salts.
That is all we are, that is all a man comprises,
Chemicals alone, with no spirit, soul or ghost -
Nothing so bizarre.

but ending with:

Now that sounds so odd...
Once I would have preached it brightly.
Now questions appear I rationally can't ignore...
Nothingness or God,
Which of them seems more unlikely?

But I digress. "Time is of the essence shall I put up some resistance?". That the grains of sand will forever continue to pour through the hourglass seems now to me to be the only thing in life that's certain, in this span of time is it even worth it to ask these questions?

Human beings are unique among animals in having been "Cursed with the awareness of their own existence". Animals exist solely in the present. They don't wonder where they came from or where they're going, or what it means to be a "good" animal. They don't even have a concept of their own mortality. It's actually true that some more advanced species of animals such as elephants and some birds do mourn their dead, but as of yet I don't think that they make the leap from this into recognizing that one day it will also happen to them. In essence what is affecting them is the absence of a loved one, which is experienced in the present.

"Time tends to pass by quicker than the nail" again reiterates the distress that the passing of times causes us as beings who aware that one day we will no longer be. "That boxes me together, forever it forms the seal" is a bit more vague, but I see it also as reiterating that thesis.

Perhaps the most significant question of philosophy or at least one of them, in my opinion, is: "Is the knowledge of our own existence real?". Because if we doubt something so fundamental, how can we possibly move on from that single question? Perhaps one could take a solipsistic approach and believe that they are the only beings they can be sure to exist, but what makes them so sure? I think in this most fundamental doubt, however, also lies the answer. In Tolstoy's writing about his own quest for meaning, he writes that in the most desperate and confused time in his life, wherein he began to contemplate suicide as the only rational reaction to the inherent absurdity of life, he was ultimately stopped by a gnawing doubt about the certainty of his conclusion that life was senseless and meaningless, if nothing else could be sure.

I see perhaps a similar idea in one of the final lines "Now all I have to do is hide my body in the ground". One could see this one of two ways. One, relating the idea that often times it seems like the only winning move is not to play, that suicide is the only rational thing one can do in the face of the absurdity of life. The other and the one I'm more inclined to agree with at this point in my life is that life is just a waiting game until the end, however this should lead one not to cut it short but to only live in it, as animals do. Richard Rorty in his article "The World Well Lost" said something along the lines of: "Any problem that's been around for 2500 years and for which we still don't have a solution, the correct response is: 'I don't care'". Echoed by many, many other thinkers of the mid to late 20th century from John Cage, "No why. Just here.", to Wittgenstein: "Nothing is hidden! Everything is open to view!"
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William Bommlenud - Wed, 24 Jun 2020 13:04:47 EST LdiNrVWt No.456804 Reply
>>456802
I wish i wasnt a pos so i can read this thread fully and provide constructive opinons Tldr°
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Polly Semblehuck - Wed, 24 Jun 2020 19:30:04 EST YTv4gwU2 No.456806 Reply
>>456804
I think everyone has their own interests in life and you can't be faulted for what you are and are not motivated to do. This was for a 400 level class in an obscure subject that most people don't give a shit about which I'm also majoring in. If you're interested in this sort of thing I can maybe give you some ideas for good places to start, but philosophy tends to be something you kind of absorb over time and not really a subject that has a solid progression like math or the sciences.

At this point in time I am personally a fan of Wittgentstein, Pyrrho, Kant, Hegel, Derrida, Foucault, Deluze, and Sartre among others. I think a great starting point would be to find a person whose ideas kind of just stand out to you as interesting or that make sense and then working backwards, looking at opposing views, etc.

I tend to prefer to listen to lectures as opposed to reading to get an overview so that's what I'm most familiar with. If anywhere I would start with this series since he gives a good run down of kind of where contemporary philosophy is at without the need for any prior knowledge. I think you can come into them completely cold and still get a lot out of them, even if you've never had to opportunity to learn some of the things he references. He is probably the best lecturer I know of in terms of his ability to speak to the most people, he's very unpretentious and talks to you kind of like a crazy uncle would. His accent is also amazing:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4wetwETy4u0&list=PLA34681B9BE88F5AA

These are some good channels that I think have pretty in-depth and very entertaining video essays but again don't require a whole lot of prior knowledge:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkS_HP3m9NXOgswVAKbMeJQ
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCybBViio_TH_uiFFDJuz5tg
https://www.youtube.com/user/thephilosophytube
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSkzHxIcfoEr69MWBdo0ppg
https://www.youtube.com/user/ContraPoints

These are good archives of old documentaries and lectures but I think Philosophy Overdose also features a very small amount of some dubious IDW shit so I guess do a bit of research on who's talking in them and a bit of soul searching and come to your own conclusions about whether you agree with them or not:

https://www.youtube.com/user/shinobirastafari
https://www.youtube.com/user/soultorment27
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Nigel Gimmerson - Wed, 24 Jun 2020 21:08:08 EST j2rGQR3k No.456807 Reply
>>456806
dope yea i rather listen subconsciously to knowledge than reading lengthy ideologies. ill take a gander,

Shit that you don't know how you found

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- Fri, 18 May 2018 20:44:25 EST Oza5+IbT No.453553
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I want those bizarre albums that you stumbled on drunkenly one night and you have no memory of bookmarking it but you did and now you actually kind of like it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMQWHgW7Hi8

Alternatively if that's literally never happened to any of you, then I guess thread for weird shit that you enjoy?
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