Vaporwave not allowed
Show me some cool recycled music, /mu/
ITT: Record yourself playing a song and others guess what it is
ITT: post starter packs for various groups of people and post what they would listen to
>Country, nu metal, classic southern rock
ITT last 5 albums rated on rym
I'm going to do heroin for the first time in my life in six hours.
What albums should I listen to while I'm high?
Sunny is in the middle because she is the best
in the late 80s underground metal and punk mixed in the same scene, which led to genres like alt-metal, crossover thrash, and grindcore, and inspired things like Powerviolence
the major bands of this scene were Helmet, Napalm Death, etc.
now please never use the term "redpill" on this board again, you fucking /pol/r9k/ faggot
Other than paper planes this is barely listenable
>I'm a pleb who heard Paper Planes in Slumdog Millionaire and went into Kala expecting 11 more Paper Planes type songs: the post
>my only experience with M.I.A. came a few days ago with the Borders music video: the post
Kala is an extraordinary album, you cretins.
Is there a genre more irritating than metal? Is there a genre fan base more annoying than mealfags?
>Is there a genre fan base more annoying than mealfags?
only j-pop and k-pop
Artists like kendrick lamar that are actually good?
Albums you purposely listen to rarely. To keep fresh.
Is it the best white stripes album?
the basedtano Floridada review is up
which beatle had the best beard?
Didn't see one in the catalog.
Tell me what's up in your production aspect of music. I just bought a mixer, hoping it will allow me to multitrack through usb. The guy at guitar center said that this would do the trick. If he lied, I'll return it.
Will someone tell me what I should do for plan b if this falls through?
Pic related is a Yamaha MG16XU
How are the compressors on that? I was thinking of coping one, but I've been torn between that and some old 70s mixer with a spring reverb. Also I don't think it does multitracks, just stereo.
This may sound really dumb but what's a simple set up for playing live?
I make electronic music on ableton but thinking of the possibility of playing those songs live.
Would just a lap top plugged into a PA system be ok as a rough/simple way of doing it?
hey op sorry but i dont know much at all about usb stuff sorry :/
should i have another synth if im currently using a tr-8 and a tb-3? i want to be able to make full length songs, not to post on bandcamp or some shit but just to be able to make songs a=on all hardware. thanks