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File: 1650808881108.mp4 (22.7 MB, 1280x720, red folk.mp4)

 No.4740[Reply]

I fucking hate spotify
i fucking hate youtube
i fucking hate not having all my music files on my own hardrive that i can use whenever. i don't wanna hear ads. i dont wanna have songs i love get taken off youtube by the copyright ghouls. reee
I'm gonna learn how to create torrents
i wanna make playlists, put said playlists weith all the tracks in a zip file and make a torrent that my friends can download.

What is the best open source media player? I remember really liking making playlists on windows media player back in the day because i could just set the program to search a folder for audio files and they would appear within the program. Then i could very easily make playlists out said music.
Making playlists using VLC seems janky.
Anyone got any ideas?

 No.4743

Audacious is the best open-source graphic music player there is and it supports making playlist files, though it sounds like you want to better interact with the filesystem (e.g. ordered directory hierarchies, fuzzy file paths and bulk copying). While switching to linux/unix for this reason might appear illogical, windows makes these tasks very inconvenient. You can probably also access your filesystem over wsl, mysys or cygwin.

If there was an artist being on other peoples albums a lot and you wanted to compile every one of their songs, you could write a script like the following
#!/bin/sh
if [ $# != 3 ]; then
    echo Usage: $0 name src dest >&2
    exit 1
fi

find $2 -type f -exec sh -c 'exiftool "{}" | grep "^Artist *: '$1'" | sed "s/.*: *//" | xargs -Ixyzzy printf "%s\t%s\n" xyzzy "{}" | cut -f 2' ';' | xargs -I '{}' cp '{}' $3

 No.4744

>>4743
thanks for the reply. i've been meaning to change to linux mint but i've been dragging my feet because of fear of the unknown.

 No.4745

>Best Media player for making playlists?
…? Any player works.
I use ncmpcpp lol

 No.4763

quod libet has a decent tagging system (regex just to go the extra mile for autism) and about as customizable of a UI as you can get



 No.4608[Reply]

post country music with electric guitars

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 No.4622[Reply]

Asking for a friend.
Genre: Industrial synthwave
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>>4647
Damn I don't even know what most effects do lol

 No.4649

>>4647
App name? lol

 No.4651

>>4649
ibisPaint X

 No.4664

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First off, thanks for all the replies.
>>4624
The text has always been secondary to the cover art, but I will be messing with it. I always approached the text in a utilitarian fashion of as long as its readable then idc if its a little basic.
>>4634
based and I totally love those kinds of album covers too, but I kinda do want some text for this release.
>>4643
Second one looks awesome as fuck.
>>4644
same

 No.4749

>>4748
If you want to be underground elite influential the image there is your cover



File: 1649712687791-0.mp4 (8.91 MB, 360x360, Song to Comus.mp4)

 No.4085[Reply]

After the revolution this is the only music that shall be allowed

Traditional yet modern it feels eternal like the proletariat
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 No.4131

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Fucking based

 No.4132

the internet turned me onto this stuff when i was like 16
i think it’s terrible now

 No.4561

I used to be sort of active in the local freak folk scene, though it wasn't very big. I liked "Drip Drip" and "Keep Your Soul" but have generally never known much about the style and kind of just got sorted with it because I played weird acoustic music with a lot of rock/psych influence.

 No.4609

>>4089
That was pretty good

 No.4742

i need more of this shit. i love folk punk but this is different, more rhythimic, more beautiful.



 No.4656[Reply]

>If her daddy's rich, take her out for a meal
>If her daddy's poor, just do what you feel

Classist as fuck, ugly singing cunt

It's a good thing he don't know

A rich man will sue with his money
A poor man will punch with this fists

 No.4657

No it seems to just be misogyny at most by possibly insinuating to try and impress the rich girl's dad so you can get in on his good side to get money from him. That or it's just saying you can be more laid back and be yourself with a poor girl because she hasn't been spoiled.

 No.4658

Basically every notorious big song

 No.4659

>>4657
Not really get money persay more as thinking a rich girl is someone you want to marry and a poor girl is no skin off your nose if you mess it up.

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 No.4662[Reply]

fuck drake, fuck ovo, fuck pedo music porkies

 No.4663

science fact #534 the entire greater toronto area is actually scientifically proven to be carried on the back of mississauga,



 No.1381[Reply]

This thread is for discussing what can only be described as "stoner" music
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 No.4612

>>3605
Fuck yeah SLEEP

You should check out OM, another band by Al Cisneros

 No.4614

been loving kid cudis earlier stuff

 No.4615

>>1411
god I love old chance

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>>4615
nice sample

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 No.4078[Reply]

Why the fuck did Bowie’s music after the 70s descend into complete and utter shit? Dude went from being the GOATest of GOATs to senility almost overnight. This is what becoming rich and heterosexual does to you
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 No.4129

>>4128
are the 68 kids in the room with us now

 No.4130

Descend into shit? uygha its been shit the whole time!

 No.4652

>>4079
FPBP

Literally about to type this. Computers killed music. Every artist I like were in peak form in the 70s. 80s the music becomes computer quantized mess for most of them. By the 90s they are pure trash.

 No.4653

>>4652
Should add even if they still did live songs. I can't really describe it, but starting with the 80s the mixing became horrendous. Everything started sounding so thin and tinny. Then 90s they start overmixing in bass but it still lacks the full warm sound music in the 70s.

 No.4654

>>4652
>Computers killed music
nah the fairlight cmi was a fucking revolution on par with the electric guitar, computers didn't do shit, it was the industry



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egypt,libya,tunisia,algeria etc
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 No.4066

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_vtOKcfCG8

i just watched moon knight and it introduced me to the hardest egyptian music

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