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Grateful Dead

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- Wed, 13 May 2020 23:08:47 EST PP7nHS76 No.456610
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favorite grateful dead live sets? I like late 70's the most. 80's is a close second. here are some notable performances

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zBRn6z2_VY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3fEHMsInBeQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ryHatTtaSn4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QV-2EJnfzjY

Music Void

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- Fri, 10 Apr 2020 13:10:40 EST 02c0WH47 No.456469
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SOS

Music has always been my link to feeling truly alive in life. I spent several years on various medications and a couple of years addicted to hard drugs, and now I'm only smoking weed and drinking. Since I've cleaned up, I can't seem to find music that gives me that feeling. I've stopped writing, I've stopped mixing, and if I find a song that I do enjoy, I suck the life out of it by replaying it for 36 hours on repeat.

I need playlists. Soundtracks to life. Something different, preferably new, underground is always good. Anything from rap, to EDM, to hardcore, and everything in between. Feel free to exclude anything in the country genre. Bluegrass and folk is OK.
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Matilda Dillytut - Thu, 07 May 2020 16:52:47 EST 25IW0dkD No.456581 Reply
Have you tried smoking pot and jacking off?
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the zlorngler - Wed, 13 May 2020 00:41:05 EST igZgj8zC No.456603 Reply
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>>456469

released this one today ..
5 years ago exactly i was in a mental hospital
the main idea for this beat was made around then.. i worked on it more recently..
music really is what saved me from psychosis, and chemically forced repression that is medication.
much love fam

i make hella weird beats lol, hope u enjoy it
<33

https://youtu.be/X6sbzDF0_LM


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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Henry Sunnerchane - Fri, 11 Oct 2019 18:41:01 EST eYaHU/96 No.455708 Reply
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>>455589
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.

DJ Thread?

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- Fri, 08 May 2020 14:45:58 EST thuw3dKO No.456585
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Hi,

I don't know shit about it.

Let's say I want to mix some music for my friends live. Let's say I have picked the songs that I want to play.

What do I do besides crossfading one song into another? Most of the songs have some kind of effects, so I can't really do them myself.

Is that it? Do I just need songs and some kind of DJ program, like Virtual DJ or Traktor? Or do I buy the records of the songs and them mix them? I also see DJs playing with knobs, are they playing with sound frequencies, e.g., making the mids quieter?

Thanks
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Esther Blankinfield - Fri, 08 May 2020 14:46:54 EST thuw3dKO No.456586 Reply
>>456585

I'm talking more about the technical side, not the creative one. I'd like to take my friends on a musical journey full of feelings.

Music and BIGG DATTA

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- Sun, 05 Apr 2020 11:50:14 EST VTOjgEv2 No.456457
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I'm sure plenty of you lot use Last.fm... just found out this page that can visualize your Last.fm data in an interesting graphic. Let's see what we can get.
The page says you can also use it together with just Spotify, but I never tried that.

https://savas.ca/lastwave/#/
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Emma Bronnerlat - Fri, 08 May 2020 10:02:25 EST rZrpAcpf No.456583 Reply
If you like those grindcore bands check out the inalienable dreamless by discordance axis



Tropical House will be back.

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!8NBuQ4l6uQ - Fri, 01 May 2020 15:30:26 EST sHocIQ0C No.456564
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I have a predilection for which was once a growing genre,
Tropical House
And I, well I made this image, as an prediction for how the scene
would develop onward. The five biggest dogs on the top, being
replaced by the lower five (in the image) basically just like overtaking,
which would, in turn, free up some space for five more newcomers.

Music Production

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- Tue, 07 Apr 2020 21:17:29 EST 1tmNGZSa No.456461
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Where can i learn to program drums? by that i mean tempo and such.

I want to be able to program breakcore drums.
pic related
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George Clemmlefoot - Sat, 11 Apr 2020 16:12:49 EST Rn4Hnc3j No.456475 Reply
>>456471
This thread is like reliving my teen years. For one example, I took drum lessons after I had discovered Venetian Snares. (And stopped doing so because i had the opposite of talent)

Put the time in and you will reap what you desire.
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Charles Sidgelock - Thu, 30 Apr 2020 15:21:25 EST eg23alIM No.456561 Reply
>>456466
Sorry but all of that is not really relevant for breakcore.
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Charles Sidgelock - Thu, 30 Apr 2020 15:43:17 EST eg23alIM No.456563 Reply
>>456561
Basically for breakcore what you actually need is a daw and a bunch of amen break samples to start. If you don't know how to use a daw then start with that with some tutorials, it may need some time to get the hang of. Amen break samples you can find online for free.

After that you can either:
A) use the samples as they are and cut them up, change em, reverse them, pitch shift them, time-stretch them, anything you fucking desire cause it's fucking breakcore and it ain't pretty.
Then rearrange them, A LOT. These drums have a story to fucking tell and it's wild.
Automate some effects and generally go completely wild OR
B) run them through a sampler so any time you press (or write in arrangement view) a note it will play a specific part of the sample. (which you also can distort in any way you want to actually make it interesting)

There are also a handful of tutorials on how to do that. Personally I prefer to work with the samples cut up and just have each different hit (kick/snare/etc.) on a different channel, cause I feel it's easier to see what's happening and add effects and automation to the desired part.

You can start practicing with any song you like that doesn't have any drums. As you go you learn more, become more comfortable, go crazier and even more original and so on.

Unfortunately the advice given doesn't make any sense for breakcore, cause it is supposed to sound programmed with completely no regard to a persons capability to actually perform it.

Also, forget crazy time signatures for now, breakcore can be 4/4 and stll bangin'.
Start with the basics.

Voodoo-music

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- Wed, 29 Apr 2020 17:41:00 EST a/i7gkrk No.456557
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I want to find this track in FLAC.

Anyone has it?
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Augustus Mecklehall - Wed, 29 Apr 2020 18:37:54 EST a/i7gkrk No.456559 Reply
>>456557
o0 aw man!
thank you alot!

Anything you want in return?
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Eugene Worthingshit - Thu, 30 Apr 2020 15:37:49 EST UTUbyS89 No.456562 Reply
>>456557
Fucking hell this is cool. Why the fuck fuck haven't i heard this shit before.

Replacing nearly all my MP3s with FLAC

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- Thu, 30 Apr 2020 04:43:45 EST Z4cm4Ke1 No.456560
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<- my face when I listen to the music-files in FLAC after only owning them as MP3s for all my years.

Gonna need a new storage-place in the future.
But totally worth it!

Programs that combine sounds

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- Wed, 12 Feb 2020 20:31:17 EST Fp9OnNW0 No.456267
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Are there any smart sound combining programs? Like, if you speak twice into a mic, saying the same word each time, it will calibrate the two into an average of how you sound.
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Martha Bunwater - Fri, 06 Mar 2020 21:43:41 EST dDr2W22f No.456346 Reply
Huh? You mean like those machine learning algorithms that can take like 5 seconds of your voice audio and apply the timbre of it to any other voice input? There was one that claimed could do that. I thought machine learning things need heaps of learning data? I think if you just mixed two different recording of you saying the same thing over each other then it'll sound like two voices because the timings and the pitches will be different, like they do on a lot of hip hop records, it's done so often it probably has a name.

I may have recorded demons..

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- Mon, 27 Apr 2020 18:53:55 EST dcnT7+W4 No.456550
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0w5JJ8r-h74
i made this song high on opiates, but in the ending..
i stopped the song in the sample : west shall fall as the east fell..
i dunno what happened, but rest of the video is plagued with low growl.
Well this is self promo, but also weird. I woke up next day, opened up the song in fruityloops and it ends where it should.. weird indeed.

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