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- Sat, 26 Oct 2019 22:38:54 EST 3J638/1h No.455798
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What's the difference between record companies and music publishing companies like this?

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Downtown_(company)
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Nicholas Girryson - Mon, 28 Oct 2019 15:12:30 EST SfY6n/VB No.455803 Reply
>>455798
The difference is corporate corruption on the 9th level of forcing musicians to do terrible things for blackmail leverage, and independent companies who wont force you into skull+bones illuminati BS.

Cheese

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- Sat, 12 Oct 2019 00:55:26 EST Nwom+fLH No.455709
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Is there any good non-classical chinese music? Is canto-pop worth listening to?

I was just thinking how japan has a bunch of good music (city pop, j-funk, metal, etc.). Korea has k-pop, which I don't really like, but can at least appreciate it. But when it comes to china? I've never heard any good modern shit. I think I've heard some cantonese pop that I oculd vibe to. And I really like 88Rising, but there's more NYC than china, right?

So what's up with modern chinese music? Oh yeah, and obviously their classical music (including contemporary) is amazing. If you like that shit, post it.
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Matilda Blackhall - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 17:04:33 EST /BsFP8AN No.455732 Reply
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>>455709
I know nothing about Chinese pop culture, but i got the feeling we all will know a lot about it in some years. Can it even be worse than modern hip hop is the question.
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Lillian Crezzlestone - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 15:47:50 EST okTDMHB9 No.455759 Reply
Rap is huge there. Punk is alive there and hasn't really been corporatized so that's cool, i've heard some pretty good shit from Chinese bands.

Rap can go either way, it started out rebellious and now the top TV show is China's top rap star. There was a point in time where they were just rapping about drugs and being tough guys like sound cloud rappers but there was a big government crackdown and a lot of artists were re educated. Now they make songs about the glory of China and following the rules and blame the bad influences of America, black people in particular, for the content of their banned old songs. Despite this artists considered "safe" from America are still huge there. This is Chinese pop culture in a nutshell at the moment.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPTAhxnxZ5g

What is "stoner music"?

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- Tue, 30 Jul 2019 22:16:44 EST 4JDKapA/ No.455254
File: 1564539404835.jpg -(17354B / 16.95KB, 480x360) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. What is "stoner music"?
What kinds of music does the modern stoner listen to? Can be stereotypical, or more factually consistant.
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Matilda Blackhall - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 16:50:44 EST /BsFP8AN No.455731 Reply
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>>455729
It's just slowed down Sabbath riffs. Kind of boring. Sorry. Just my opinion mane.
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Esther Niblingwore - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 13:45:33 EST CoLpwOr9 No.455740 Reply
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>>455731
It's not even slowed down though. Sabbath riffs enclosed as evidence.

Some of the lazy stuff really is just sabbath riffs. But the good stuff is more and I don't just mean "slowed down black flag riffs" though that's definitely in the mix it's absolutely not the most inventive scene and there's a lot of lazy bands, most of the fans probably also own a considerable amount of one or more of: prog, prog metal, psych rock, experimental noise as well for that itch. I think if you can't get past the slow riffs you're never going to make time to pick up the influences, musical or otherwise that are in that music. It's actually pretty subtle for something so loud and that's really why it's so good when you're high. Because you're much better placed to actually get lost in it and get what's going on.

Kyuss oozes desert malaise and also Yawning Man, Sleep is the most sabbath like but they're high school stoners who used to watch the cosmos together, Electric Wizard wrote Dopethrone during some meth psychosis, among the more modern bands it's the same, Chubby had a lot of fun hanging out and laughing at themselves, Kaiser are the only 3 guys in Finland who like that music and smoke weed and play instruments well, Monolord take the drone influence (they also have fun being miserable) and each song is one riff explored thoroughly, Elder just want to channel high guitar excellence into every shape and form they possibly can and so on. Orange Goblin are labelled stoner rock and I had a blast seeing them live, after a few drinks they will bring the house down AND THE DEAD CRY OUT IN HELLBENT MISERRRRYYYYYY *channels slayer* but most of their music doesn't actually improve if you're high. There's a reason they reject the stoner label and you either get all that or you don't.

It's not about being smart or paying attention or whatever though, just about being the right kind of obsessive nerd to get it while still being fairly chilled out.

Your Star

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- Fri, 04 May 2018 18:54:29 EST H1sF/FV5 No.453457
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Who is your favorite musician and why?
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Nigel Suttingbet - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 21:16:58 EST HRbFioBM No.455738 Reply
killing joke are genuinely better than black sabbath

stupid guitar question

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- Thu, 10 Oct 2019 20:40:55 EST Jdgiz50u No.455701
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so i bought an electric acoustic (acoustic electric)?

anyway it has a 3/4 jack. there's a 3/4 jack to usb conveniently being sold online. the guit has an onboard preamp. im content with just the basics right now.

here's the dummy question: do i have to change the metal strings i've been using on it in its acoustic form to nylon strings in order for the pickups and computer software to register my playing?

derp i figure the answer is yes, but i wonder since i havent bought nylons or computer hookup equipment yet.

thanks
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Henry Sunnerchane - Fri, 11 Oct 2019 07:56:39 EST eYaHU/96 No.455704 Reply
>>455701
If it has pickups installed you must use metal strings. Pickups work off the magnetism of steel and nylon isn't ferric. Unless you have a piezo pickup you'll get no sound out of it. Post a model so I can say for sure but I don't see any reason to use nylons.

Nylons are generally for acoustic and metal is for electric. Think you may have them backwards here.
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Lydia Crublingson - Sun, 13 Oct 2019 10:25:36 EST scBYe+I7 No.455717 Reply
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>>455701
OP Here.

Ill just swallow my embarrassment here. I meant 1/4 jack for electric guitar output.

The guitar I bought is just a Yamaha Acoustic Electric it has onboard preamp and 1 way piezo pickups as well as an out port for a 1/4 jack.

it came with, i don't know what else to call them but metal, (brass , steel, copper, tin i think for the EADBGE.. they came in a set) strings. they sound fine, i like to fumble with them and sound off some notes/strum when i know i am alone.

i have been using Rosegarden software on Fedora Linux to record my singing.
i don't think i am going to need it, since Audacity does fine for recording and editing.

So I am looking at a 22$
Behringer GUITAR 2 USB Guitar to USB Interface Cable

IF the cord works on my linux computer, youre saying that I need to keep the metal strings in order for the music software to pick up my playing?

if I can record my playing, I'd be very happy. I'm trying to do this all bare bones first, so I don't feel like a fool on expensive equipment that I can't get to work.

I do wish there were some way to play the electric, have it record to the computer, but not have the phyiscal guitar sound out loud. is there a way to do that? i always thought this was how electric guitars worked, actually.

maybe the synthesizer programs are more for me. still, i believe the guitar deserves a special kind of respect and I owe it to everyone to at least try to incorporate a real one.

thanks for taking time to read this.
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Eliza Herryputch - Mon, 14 Oct 2019 09:17:58 EST +3sQk2vG No.455723 Reply
>>455717
Well, since it's an ACOUSTIC electric, you're never gonna be able to avoid hearing the sound of the guitar itself.
If it were just a normal electric, all you'd hear is the strings clicking from your pick. Along with any audio coming from the computer or amp.

They're usually copper coated strings.
D'Addario strings are a good route for a beginner.
If you happen to break a string I'd recommend going to your local music store
(Guitar center does a thing where you pay for the strings to be changed and they replace them with Ernie Ball strings, which are good. They do it for free. You just pay for the work to be done.)

If it means anything, if you cannot record to your PC and everything, you have an acoustic. Microphone usage with acoustic doesn't sound bad for your own personal listening.

Always record yourself, and always listen back to how you sound. Look where you can improve and what you can work on.

Justinguitar.com is a decent website, ignore the guys fashion sense and you're good to go, lol.
Chordify, Ultimate Guitar, Songster, these are all good song databases, if you'd like to look for ways to play the songs you like. They're not always correct so. Better than nothing at this stage however.

Struggle thru the pain of your finger tips being numb or calloused.
Hope everything's good for you and have fun playin!

Too old for Wub Wubs and EDM?

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- Tue, 06 Aug 2019 22:14:48 EST 4Jfhz0/V No.455291
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I guess I'm getting old. I don't understand the new dubstep. If anyone can explain to me what I'm missing I would appreciate it. I know there has to be some aspect about it that's redeemable or it wouldn't be so popular. And even after it's explained to me I still don't get it, I'm ok with that. Music should change and evolve. As I'm getting older, if newer music doesn't confuse or scare me it's doing something wrong. But in anything I've listened to I've always been able to at least get WHY someone would like it even if I don't. This isn't the case with this newer evolution of edm though.

Artists like Midnight Tyranosaurus, Svdden Death, and even Excision's stuff from 2016 on sound like garbage to me. I can't get into riddim despite all my friends being giant fans. I still like hardstyle, drum n bass, jungle, and old regular type dubstep (surprise! stuff my friends don't like) which is seemingly getting harder to find.

I guess for me riddim is just boring and repetitive and doesnt seem to have any kind of melody (or rhythm? idk the difference), its just noises. I like being able to follow a beat, hear something with a little structure. Otherwise i would just buy a collection of explosion and lazer sound effects and play that. It's also why Tipper and White Bear can be hard for me to listen to, but I can still appreciate the complexity in their music.

And it isn't like I only listen to EDM. My music taste is pretty eclectic. I'll go through phases of classical, rock, pop, punk, and even country plus more. It's just about the only concerts I will go to and the music most people in my social circle will listen to happens to be EDM. But even now, I'm going to shows I don't want to see with friends, and going to shows I DO want to see by myself.

Hell idk maybe 28 is when you start turning into a crotchety "Back in my day music was better" man. I'll go drink some Metamucil and watch JAG.
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Simon Dezzleson - Thu, 22 Aug 2019 01:23:23 EST yWvP55ej No.455447 Reply
>>455446
Well Paul Grey OD's on fent way back when.
Then Joey got some kind of degenerative disease from heroin abuse and got kicked out. I knew his cousin(?) and got the full insider story and basically Corey Taylor is an asshole to sum it up.
Then Chris Fehn got booted because he wanted more money but he wasn't a "full member" according to Corey and then he filed a lawsuit for unpaid money and shit.

So basically it is just 3 of 9 getting kicked out. Unless you count Donny Steele playing bass behind stage until they got the new guy on bass.

Blut Aus Nord is something to check out for fretless guitar too if you're interested.

You may get into Wanyk. Sid and Craig get far more carried away using samples and electronic shit. They also have a whole song in 7/4 if I remember correctly. It is still a formulaic slipknot album but the catchy chorus shit is a bit more overdone. It works but it is still slipknot being slipknot. Just interesting to see them topping charts and shit again along with new tool and korn music. Like 1999 all over again I guess.
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Fanny Gebblefuck - Mon, 26 Aug 2019 15:57:43 EST C+r/I+Ys No.455478 Reply
>>455446

You should play some Intronaut on fretless bass. Their bassist also plays fretless bass. He’s one of my favorite bassists and dudes in general. He always posts cool little facts about Tool and the music industry in the post-metal shitposting group were both in on Facebook lol
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Figh !FQ7nkrq/as - Mon, 14 Oct 2019 05:48:00 EST BaMc59V7 No.455722 Reply
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I………I do'nt know wat else to say other than
I love you guys, and this place
it's no matter that the thread seems to have taken a tangent; music is still being discussed.


>>455291
OP,
I feel your plight, from digital miles away.

>My personal prescription
>is that everyone in this thread please go and see…
https://vimeo.com/65954928
>^^^ …this fantastic documentary, the soonest that you can.


>>455399
>musicians PLAYING music
(perhaps you already know these, but…)
Therm0ptic, I have some surprises in store. Please consider them.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xTDe5i6JA6g
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0SDdTnUyEM
https://lightningbolt.bandcamp.com/album/wonderful-rainbow

Good jazz albums while high?

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- Thu, 16 Nov 2017 12:10:58 EST DndlwDo0 No.452441
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Just bought some new headphones and want to listen to some good ass jazz later tonight while smoking. Any recommendations for albums? I've already listened to most of the essential stuff, so lesser known albums are preferred, but anything is ok!
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Augustus Fanshit - Sun, 06 Oct 2019 10:51:49 EST 6FD1tcde No.455676 Reply
Kamasi Washington and his crew have been putting out some fantastic jazz.
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Nigel Drunnertit - Tue, 08 Oct 2019 17:39:03 EST 6FD1tcde No.455689 Reply
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>>455676
Seriously dog, if you're into some jazz check this cat out. I saw him at 1st AVE back in August having never heard of him before, a buddy just dragged me along, and it totally blew my mind. I care a lot about live music and this was some of the best shit I seen all year.

GRIM as fuck

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- Sun, 07 Jul 2019 01:18:10 EST 1fqXBoTo No.455157
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No BM thread in the first 5 fuck you

New Vargrav album get you down
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K7wllxupIVw

ist krieg
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Matilda Socklefun - Mon, 07 Oct 2019 18:08:32 EST Zsi4a1HC No.455686 Reply
Bump. New MGLA is good, holy shit that fucking drumming.

music

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- Mon, 12 Aug 2019 00:45:48 EST McFvm7i8 No.455351
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Music thread?
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Charlotte Munningmurk - Sun, 06 Oct 2019 12:41:55 EST 1YeBLa4w No.455680 Reply
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Wrong board sorry
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Henry Fenningshaw - Sun, 06 Oct 2019 15:08:40 EST Behsd6VY No.455682 Reply
What the hell is music?


Early Tech-Death

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- Mon, 30 Sep 2019 00:55:28 EST BDDfP+sL No.455628
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I can't be the only one who is amazed by the fact that Necrophagist were the first tech death band. Their first album holds up to this day. Especially against bands like Inferi, the Faceless, and others. I'm not super well versed in the tech death history, but Necrophagist blew my mind when I hears theird first album from 1999! Absolutely amazing.

Any other early recommendations? I need them. I've been on a Darkthrone and Emperor binge so I need some more good tech death in my life.

Thank you.
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Betsy Sesslefot - Thu, 03 Oct 2019 17:54:43 EST 2VMm8iX/ No.455665 Reply
>>455630
Atheist and Gorguts are great. Atheist has a bit of a jazzy feel, while Gorguts are straight fucked.
I'd add Nocturnus. Their album The Key is pretty technical, and has a cool spacey vibe. And of course, if you aren't familiar with Death you should check them out too. They got pretty technical starting with Human.
>>455632
Check out Maruosa
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Thu, 03 Oct 2019 18:06:09 EST kBpb+k8N No.455666 Reply
>>455632
What about metal that's generated purely by tech and streamed 24/7?

Music theory

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- Mon, 30 Sep 2019 13:01:37 EST /vnSvQV4 No.455633
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What's a good collection of ways to learn music theory that aren't ebooks?
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Fucking Fuckingcocke - Tue, 01 Oct 2019 16:11:42 EST 8dWFq2k3 No.455645 Reply
>>455640
Yeah I just looked at his channel and there's pretty much nothing there for what OP's asking.

>>455633
Seconding Adam Neely and 8-Bit Music Theory.
Also check out The Mangold Project, I recommend this over the other two in fact, because the goal is teaching actual music theory concepts.
Likewise, Signals Music Studio talks about music theory with the direct goal of instruction, and I find I learn a lot more from these two channels, by also pausing and playing around with the concepts, than I do from Adam Neely or 8-bit Music Theory, who are great, but more an "interesting watch" than what I'd say is quality instruction.

Mangold Project:
https://www.youtube.com/user/MangoldProject

Signals Music Studio:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRDDHLvQb8HjE2r7_ZuNtWA
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Tue, 01 Oct 2019 17:40:21 EST kBpb+k8N No.455647 Reply
>>455645
lol oh
my bad its been a while since I actually watched a Shawn Crowder vid.
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William Brozzlebet - Thu, 03 Oct 2019 07:08:54 EST 6FD1tcde No.455663 Reply
>>455645
8-Bit Music Theory videos are usually about some oddity or obscurity of theory and I'll often throw one of those vids on when I'm totally dry on ideas and try to base a track around whatever weird shit that dude was on at the time. It usually works out pretty well!


I quit Guitar!

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- Sun, 08 Sep 2019 04:02:46 EST SfY6n/VB No.455536
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I officially quit trying to learn guitar.

After 9 years of trying, really trying, I finally got fed up, I did the only thing my hands are good for...

I punched a hole into my guitar.
And now i'm leaving it by the curb. It's still playable, it just has a fist-hole in it.

Fuck trying to learn music. I'm only good at bashing things.
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AC !QqL8nX9URE - Mon, 09 Sep 2019 19:10:29 EST C85r8fP8 No.455543 Reply
Learn the Pentatoic major and Minor chords and just go solo apeshit on them.
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Fucking Fuckingcocke - Tue, 01 Oct 2019 16:23:13 EST 8dWFq2k3 No.455646 Reply
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>>455536
Maybe your problem is guitar. I hate guitar. I played guitar for years. I never found it enjoyable.
Then I got a free piano that I somehow managed to get delivered to the house I was living at. Complete game-changer.
I hated how playing things on guitar was like this multi-step process: press the string, pluck the string. And how playing various different notes required various different techniques, it all just pissed me off and was incredibly un-fun.

Piano is great for bashing. To hear the sound you press the key. That is it my dude. It's percussion, it's melody, it's harmony, it's all laid out without weird edge cases, so going up a scale from bottom to top your hands are going to be doing the same thing as you go up.

To me, guitar is garbage, but don't give up music, find an instrument that suits you.
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Doris Honeyshaw - Wed, 02 Oct 2019 11:20:11 EST DPb5pcmf No.455652 Reply
Did you take lessons? Have you ever had any formal music training or were you trying to figure it all out on your own? Even just a couple of lessons with tutors can enlighten you to all kinds of musical knowledge, tips, and tricks that you didn't know before, and really jump-start your growth.

Also, be aware of what your goals are in music. Do you want to record, or perform, or neither? I consider myself a musical hobbyist with no real desire to put on a show or make a record. This allows my creativity/expression to feel free and without expectation.

Anyway, you shouldn't give up on making music entirely. I can't stand trying to play guitar either (I'm a woodwind player). If you can rent other instruments, try that. None of it is easy. That's why hardly anybody actively does it.

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