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 No.6554[Reply]

Post 'em
Classic music videos

 No.6555

this is early-youtube-core

 No.6556

The only vaguely lefty vid I remember has this footage but with a meme song instead



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 No.1585[Reply]

just post shit to study and relax to 24/7
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 No.2457

bumping to post some stuff later

 No.2469

dilla doesn't get enough respect put on his name

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 No.68[Reply]

Post 2000s or late 90s music
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 No.6479

forgotten britpop

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 No.6535

anyone remember Roswell?

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 No.6541

>>6535
or Dawson's Creek?



 No.6374[Reply]

Since there's no martial industrial thread, I will make this as a call to my anons-in-arms to workout for the impending all-out class war. Post all your martial industrial favorites here! I'm not sure what to post myself, I always recommend March of Heroes or Militia for MLs and anarchists alike, but I think this is a nice compilation. Some of it is straight power electronics but the two genres are related
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 No.6390

Don't mind the far right claiming this music as theirs or larping in the comment section, it's no different from them claiming anything else as their own

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 No.6515

Where can I find more of this?
https://www.reverbnation.com/vaevictus666



 No.6481[Reply]

*throws up*
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 No.6494

vibing

 No.6495

still vibing

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 No.6497

get your boots off!

 No.6498

Can't fight corruption with con tricks
They use the law to commit crime
And I dread, dread to think what the future will bring
When we're living in gangster time



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 No.6400

Use the catalog frogposter retard: >>3091



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 No.6387[Reply]

>What you listened to
>What you expected
>What you got


 No.5911[Reply]

Post the first song you remember to have listened in your life.
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 No.5918

>>5913
>only became interested in music at around 11
Same. When I played geometry dash I kinda liked clutterfunk, so I went to the newgrounds page of waterflame and audiorel was the song on top of the audio page. Then i made 5-9 track playlists from newgrounds songs for the next few years.

 No.5919

>>5915
Fuck I forgot about kid shows. Then it is this and Code Lyoko.

 No.6110

When I was like 5 or 6 or something my dad gave me a cheap ass mp3 player that had this song on it. Been a Sabbath fan ever since.

 No.6327

I can clearly remember this song playing while me and my family were at a 4th of July fireworks display sometime in the mid 90's.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRx8_mdaAg8

 No.6348

Appropriate, I guess.



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 No.6347[Reply]

>Policemen swear to god

But why?


 No.6330[Reply]

Okay guys, I have a question for any musicians or people who are good at maths (ideally both).

I was trying to figure out a metric modulation in the song Ancient Temperament by Eidola. The first section (approx 2:58 in the video) is in 6/8, and it then goes into a section in 4/4 . However, if you keep tapping the 8th notes from the previous time signature you end up with a 3/2 polyrhythm, which means that there is not only a time sig change but a tempo change. What's more, if you clap that 3/2 polyrhythm through the 4/4 section, you will find that it changes back to 6/8 at the previous tempo (around 3:28), and you're then clapping 8th notes as you were before.

I managed to figure out that if the first section in 6/8 is at 90bpm, then next in 4/4 must be 126bpm. The problem is… I have no idea how I managed to figure that out. I've double checked my maths, and I did the sums wrong, but somehow still ended up blundering into the correct answer.

I can also even tell you that you could play half note triplets in 4/4 at 225bpm and get the same pulse, but again, I have no idea how I managed to figure that out. I've been puzzling over this since just after I figured it out the first time around, and I can't even understand how I came to the conclusions I came to.

How would you go about figuring out this tempo change, /music/?

 No.6331

compound times like 6/8 are actually 2/4 divided by triplets.
By your description you could write down the whole song as 12/8 and have some passages where all the notes are dotted and have passages where a lines plays a rhythm with all the notes dotted against another where all the notes are triplets.

 No.6337

>>6331
True, but it's more of a feel thing. For instance, the verse is divided up between bars of 5/8, 6/8 and 3/4. The tempo is the same between the bars of 6/8 and 3/4 so there is no polyrhythmic sillyness, but the drum pattern changes so that the snare hits on the "and" (1 and 2 and 3 and), so whilst you can count it as 6/8, it's not a very accurate description.

Besides which, I don't think this solution solves for the added tempo change in the section I described.

 No.6342

For what it's worth, I have an easier way of explaining this now.

As you can see in pic rel, the strumming pattern of the section in 6/8, if divided up correctly, matches the tempo of the next section in 4/4. All you have to do is bring the pule forwards an 8th note so that instead of dividing into 2x3s, it divides into 4 sets of an 8th note plus a 16th note (4*1.5).

From there, it should be much easier to figure out the acual bpm tempo change in future.

As an aside, that rhythmic pattern is the same as one used by Roger Taylor from Queen in a lot of their songs. For example, you could quite easily put the rock section of Bohemian Rhapsody in 6/8 if you wanted to and it would still work.



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