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Harm Reduction Notes for the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Future of music

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- Sat, 21 Sep 2019 01:28:11 EST NZXpvMwQ No.455589
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What do you think the next big thing will be? I think music will become much more hybridized due to the connection of the internet. Maybe we'll see amalgational music. Like rock with a rapper but also some jazz chords thrown in with lots of synths and electronica
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Nell Bumbleshit - Fri, 11 Oct 2019 14:34:41 EST GZNLOvwB No.455707 Reply
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As of popular music, it's probably gonna be all merged with porn or something. It's all about image and very little about music anyway.

Henry Sunnerchane - Fri, 11 Oct 2019 18:41:01 EST eYaHU/96 No.455708 Reply
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Everything has pretty much been done at this point. I imagine it will just be morphing of different genres or rehashing the same old shit. Unless we start venturing into more avant-garde stuff like microtonal music or atonal music I don't see a whole lot of change occurring.

I'm kind of tempted to just start making mumble rap and get rich quick. All you got to do is make some variant of woofer cooker, a rapid quantized hi-hat tick, and just mush mouth some shit about materialism and suddenly every black, hispanic, and white 13-30 year old is just head over heels. I'm not a typical hater of the new sounds and all but there is literally zero redeemable qualities about this shit. I don't even understand it on any level at all. Yet I can go to my yuppie 89% white local college town where it is a bunch of faggy white boys wearing sperries, a north face jacket, and bermuda shorts and they'll be blasting some mumble rap in their 7 foot tall GMC Sierra.

I was watching that Punk Rock MBA guy and he compared brokncyde to modern mumble rap and it wasn't far off.

bandcamp thread

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- Mon, 28 Nov 2016 15:11:30 EST CKF2pfzy No.447733
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share your bandcamp
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Phoebe Honeyfuck - Fri, 25 Oct 2019 02:19:15 EST V7YgcavA No.455790 Reply
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Reuben Sonnerwell - Sat, 16 Nov 2019 19:17:38 EST sweCJGMU No.455881 Reply
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I posted to this thread, years ago with this project
And received a lot of love and support for some really bad songwriting. I can’t appreciate that, and this community enough.

Last year I finished a new project, and it made me reflect on what’s influenced me over the last few years. Though I’m a long-lapsed user of 420chan, I thought I’d reach out one more time to share with you, the music I’ve been able to make in the wake of all the love and support this community showed me nearly 6 years ago.


With all love, respect, and sincerity,

The Promethean

SLAYER forever

420chan Masters

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- Thu, 21 Nov 2019 22:49:43 EST a14ROl0Y No.455903
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Hello, fellow weirdos. Do you make music and want it to sound better? Post it here and I'll master it. 24 bit FLAC files are best. Bandcamp links are cool as long as I don't have to pay for it. Been doing this for 20 years and absolutely hate how unsincere most professional work is. The best music is free, and I want freedom to sound as good as possible.

If you're really serious about sound quality, do the following before uploading:
1) Remove any non-creative effects from the master bus. Things like static EQ, compression, and limiting
2) Make sure you aren't clipping
3) Use flat TPDF dither

If there's any real interest, I'll make a Bandcamp to upload the finished products. Don't like what I did to your tunes? That's fine, just tell me and I'll remove it. Therm0, let me know if this would be breaking any rules or if you have any ideas.
DSfA !!4N+Uxa7h - Thu, 05 Dec 2019 18:36:04 EST 3uA6sgR0 No.455965 Reply
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Impossible for my music to sound any better, but thanks for the offer
Keen to hear what you do with others' though!
Ian Brallypack - Thu, 05 Dec 2019 22:36:01 EST a14ROl0Y No.455966 Reply
That attitude is holding you back. Can't say I'm surprised, most young artists who get signed have similar levels of arrogance that costs them their contract. Best of luck to you.

I love you.

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- Sat, 12 Oct 2019 02:47:10 EST gg8K/tXn No.455710
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Gimme some interesting rap or some such please.
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Phoebe Cluffingfuck - Thu, 24 Oct 2019 16:04:07 EST 00sjZbN4 No.455782 Reply
The weather - Nameforgetter

Will I ever tire of the major flat 6 chord in minor progressions?

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- Sat, 09 Nov 2019 22:34:04 EST iT7pg15E No.455853
File: 1573356844822.jpg -(66897B / 65.33KB, 400x626) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Will I ever tire of the major flat 6 chord in minor progressions?
Clearly the number one chord of all time. With the major 7th added is even stronger. So for example if you are in D minor, the flat 6th would be a Bb major chord with an added A if you're including the major 7th. This chord is so fucking powerful. When I started composing 16 years ago, it was my favorite chord. It still is, by far. You can also turn it from major to minor, which sounds great too.
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Nell Deckleson - Sun, 10 Nov 2019 16:00:02 EST vQI0Fs7g No.455857 Reply

Let's say you're in C major. First you find the relative minor to C major. To do that you always move three half steps downward to A, thus A minor. Vice versa, to find the relative major of a key you move three half steps up. If you're in D minor, the relative major would be F.

So, if we are in D minor, then to find the b6 chord ( flat 6, the b is a flat sign ) we must count 6 whole ( not half ) steps up to get to Bb. D -> E -> F -> G -> A -> Bb major and also, optionally, adding the major 7th by counting 7 from THAT note, the Bb. Bb -> C -> D -> E -> F -> G -> A. The major 7th is A.

So the b6 ( flat six ) chord in D minor is a chord called Bb major ( or Bb major 7 ) consisting of the notes Bb+D+F or Bb+D+F+A.
James Bladdlewill - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 21:23:59 EST DpH/kh0H No.455860 Reply
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the picture is referencing the Church of the SubGenius

/m/ sucks

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- Thu, 08 Aug 2019 03:03:18 EST oAbC+GU1 No.455297
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>First new Tool song in over a decade
>No thread on /m/

You guys are fucking melvins now. I thought you were cool.
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Martin Heblingstotch - Sat, 10 Aug 2019 04:41:57 EST 6FD1tcde No.455319 Reply
> Primus got back together and did some good work

not only SOME work but their BEST fucking work

now I love me my Primus but nothing they did back in the day was as good as Primus and the Chocolate Factory or The Desaturating Seven
Clara Drackledock - Sun, 11 Aug 2019 18:45:17 EST iILaEtyN No.455344 Reply
I dunno, they had a couple good singles but their albums were always really hard to get into. They also have that uppity, "I'm an artist, I am holier than thou" attitude. Plus I've met some of their hardcore fans and it just does the same thing to me. Kinda like the 120lb dude who loves heroin and thinks the Beatles are just the epitome of musical greatness and will just give a passive Frenchmen's wave at any notion that there is something better or that you don't like the Beatles.

Honestly, I'd probably rather listen to the new Korn or Slipknot album and relive my late 90's youth music there.
Isabella Changerhudge - Sun, 03 Nov 2019 00:23:50 EST Ryh1TWQa No.455832 Reply
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nostalgia is one thing but a continuation of your nostalgia into your later years is a powerful thing. pnubera links into schism perfectly as if they were continuing a tangent of thought from a decade ago regardless of the contextual gap.

Live Albums

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- Thu, 03 Oct 2019 19:24:11 EST rETznv4F No.455667
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What are you favorite live albums? I want to expand my collection.

The best one I've ever heard is Ween - Live At Stubb's, which is nearly 3 fucking hours of my favorite band ever in their absolute prime. I miss some of the songs from their later albums when I listen to it, but it still fucking rocks. Too bad copies of it go for like 100 fucking dollars, otherwise I'd keep the CD in my car at all times.


Concert movies are also acceptable.
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George Ponnerspear - Thu, 24 Oct 2019 16:06:18 EST xwTH4C0Y No.455783 Reply
I once saw Deftones live and it sounded like Sabbath because they were all fucking done on drugs.
William Wucklestock - Mon, 28 Oct 2019 17:49:48 EST bex+IogJ No.455809 Reply

One of the best. I love getting down to getting down to it if you know what I mean

Ok so...

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- Mon, 28 Oct 2019 15:09:57 EST SfY6n/VB No.455802
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I can't do guitar, but I have so much music in my heart, but those strings are sharp, they hurt, should I do piano instead?
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William Wucklestock - Mon, 28 Oct 2019 18:12:58 EST bex+IogJ No.455811 Reply

I was once like you OP - all of my sentences made sense and I hadn’t yet tried a korg montron. Look at me now
Hilosa - Mon, 28 Oct 2019 21:35:47 EST r/73kWwD No.455813 Reply
Well I know for a fact Dr dre started on panio early. He's a great music producer because of his influences.
Go for it man. We're not people who play makeshift music tools anymore.

I am a dumb slutty whore

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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?

Nicholas Girryson - Mon, 28 Oct 2019 15:12:30 EST SfY6n/VB No.455803 Reply
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.


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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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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.
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.


What is "stoner music"?

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- Tue, 30 Jul 2019 22:16:44 EST 4JDKapA/ No.455254
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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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It's just slowed down Sabbath riffs. Kind of boring. Sorry. Just my opinion mane.
Esther Niblingwore - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 13:45:33 EST CoLpwOr9 No.455740 Reply
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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

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