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 No.2057[Reply]

We should revive disco imo ngl tbh

 No.2058

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Wanted to post both the video and the pic but whatever.

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 No.2052[Reply]

Don't get me wrong guys, I love you all. But I'm looking for a more populated board to discuss music production. I want to get into making music using a DAW and I need to talk to people, who know this stuff. This place here isn't very populated, this is why I consider to look for a board which focuses solely on music production. Does anyone know a good board or forum for this purpose? Many thanks in advance!

 No.2290

>>2052
The only board I know of is, unfortunately, halfchan /mu/'s /prod/ general which is infested with blogposting, poseurs, cloutchasers, and a retard crab bucket mentality much like /ic/, /agdg/, or really any other hub of 'creativity' on that site. I post there occasionally because I like helping people learn, but more often than not, they're more interested in posturing and dragging each other down than trying to collaborate, or discussing the artistic process itself.

I took the plunge into using a DAW about a year ago with only basic tracker skills and no 'contacts' to ask questions to, I just bought Renoise one day and monkeyed around alone every day for months, trying to 'push the envelope' and do something new each time I booted it up. You can do it too. It sounds harder than it is: if you enjoy making music for yourself - if your motivation for doing so is intrinsic, not extrinsic - the improvement comes much more easily.

There are some decent music theory tutorials on youtube but a lot of musicians hardly bother with theory and just 'feel it out', so to speak. It helps to know, but it's not worth studying or sticking to like a science.
For the sound design side, this http://www.cim.mcgill.ca/~clark/nordmodularbook/nm_book_toc.html seems overwhelming at first but may come in handy eventually, a very old synthesizer 'cookbook' of sorts.
Best of luck

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 No.2308

>>2306
Not OP, but have had similar thoughts personally. Thank you for this link. and 'IDM Forum', among a few others, seem right up my alley. Here's another IDM forum I found while searching for meta-discussion about the formerly mentioned one: https://watmm.com/

 No.2309

Also, OP, I dunno but I think there might be interest for FOSS music production techniques on here too. I mean the board is young.



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 No.2045[Reply]

Did Apple make a deal with cell carriers to help burn through people's data plans?

 No.2049

>>2045
Probably trying to compete with Tidal and Qobuz

 No.2055

this is the official music conspiracy thread

did the archies singer kill each other for the money?
read their wiki page!!



 No.2039[Reply]

fuck the police
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 No.2138

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ITT

 No.2178

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 No.2197

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>>2138
>c-c-c-cope

 No.2258

Jesus and the Gospelfuckers (NL) - Kill The Policeleft_communismLeft Communism



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 No.2008[Reply]

>"I know you think you're such an outlaw"
>"but you got no job"
music used to be my escape

 No.2015

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>music industry is my escape
You're still in the Matrix, brother.socialismSocialism

 No.2018

>>2008
Start here: www.progarchives.comchristian_communismChristian Communism

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 No.1997[Reply]

Type O Negative predicted waifuism in 2003.

 No.1999

Sonata Arctica predicted social media in 1999.

 No.2004

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>Wilma Flinstone, Marcia Brady,
>Alice Kramden, Gladys Kravitz,
>Laverne and Shirley, Jeannie,
>Morticia Adams, Aunt Esther,
>Sweet Polly Purebread, Natasha,
>Mrs. MacGuilguddy

>How could she?


>Ginger, Mary Anne, Mrs. Howell,

>Samantha Stevens, Lieutentant Uhura,
>Judy Jetson
>Olive Oyl, Ethel Mertz,
>Edith Bunker, Marylin Munster,
>Rhoda, Penny Robinson
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 No.2036

what the uck is this thread
i don't understand any of the words



 No.1982[Reply]

Post your favorite posts here. Bonus points for underrated posts. Vidrel what I'm listening to rn

self-titled by Twin Speak: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDcPsq3QqDk
\ / by Camel Driver: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0KzxZCNtW84
Numinous by Those Who Ride With Giants: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hVSIBCIbs9Q
Your Own Story by Distant Dream: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9lCtkEnf9A

 No.2007

Some welsh guys



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 No.1944[Reply]

"Hey Ya!" is one of the best post-2000 pop songs to date.

Not only is it catchy and has meaningful lyrics, it is compositionally unorthodox for its genre/s (for example, straying from a standard time signature) and varied.

What are some pop songs you appreciate and why?
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 No.2096

>>1956
it'd be really poggers if M.I.A. posted here
but she's not that weird

 No.2107

I know it may be cliche for a whitoid but I love outkast period and Hey Ya is great

 No.2110

Anyone else here a fan of indie pop? Mccarthy was an indie pop group with unabashedly communist lyrics
'Now is the time for an iron hand' is another good song of theirs

 No.2132

>>2085
that line about cia and refugees still confuses the fuck out of me

hips don't lie lyrics are a mystery

 No.2133

>>2096
ey whaz up it's a me mamma mia !!!



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 No.1932[Reply]

She's so amazing leftybros and leftysistras.
Who are your favourite musicians for decent politics as well as amazing music?
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 No.1955

>>1934
>Her father was a part of developing the early tamil tigers.
what's that

 No.1959

>>1955
Merchants, probably

 No.1964

>>1934
I remember this being a hit and playing constantly in radios. What's some other good songs of her? What are your favourites?

 No.1966

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>Who are your favourite musicians for decent politics as well as amazing music?
See >>14 , most of them have definitely read a book.

 No.2195

>>1932
kek, i remember she actually told me she wanted to do the interscope thing

she's a good gal though, i like



 No.1919[Reply]

Come here to post/talk about some nice ambient tracks
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>>1919
>filters plebs

 No.2071

I'm a better producer than all these guys combined

 No.2566

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nayM6-HsbE8

Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement - Ambient Black Magic (full album)tankieTankie

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