/mu/, why do we bother using studio monitor speakers and acoustically treating our control rooms if we could take the room out of the equation by using studio headphones to produce our music?
"Headphones are really pretty much shit, all of them.
Headphones cannot get image or tonal information remotely correct. The only thing that headphones do is get rid of problems associated with rooms (smearing details and uneven bass response).
The fact that headphones are so shitty should stand as a warning to those that strive for super limited dispersion and massive room treatments.
Oh, and your A5's suck as well, just not as bad as headphones."
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What do you guys think is the weirdest song on this album? I was trying to think and I just couldn't pick one.
Any Ghost fans?
is this the logical conclusion to music?
>As in it is so fucking terrible that everyone on the entire planet has lost any interest in listening to or creating music? Sure, a little exaggerated though.
For a pleb to listen to on their journey to being patrician.
This is by no means a final product, just some albums from my music library to start off with.
Feel free to swap them out for something that's agreed to be better.
Last 2 slots are albums beginning with a number and "other"
What is the best and worst shows you've been to this year /mu/?
List the five most influential or important people to the history of (American) music.
I literally cannot hear songs about love anymore. I get really depressed and angry when I hear them. This sucks because I can't listen to most music anymore since most songs are about love in a way or another.
Anyone has any music recommendation that is uplifting but isn't about love? Like something that won't make me regret living my life alone. Seems like every loveless artists are depressing.
Nothing aggressive either, I'm tired of being angry all the time.
I'm not sure what you're asking for, but most Krautrock is upbeat/uplifting while not talking at all about love. (don't listen to Monster Movie though)
If you mean sad music that isn't about love, then maybe Spiritualized, it's more about recovering from love.
>mfw Viva La Vida finally gets recognized as a baroque pop masterpiece
I have hated Coldplay for so long that I honestly think they are trolling me at this point.
Chris Martin on their latest "song" featuring Beyonce
"The original kernel was that I was listening to Flo Rida or something, and I thought, it's such a shame that Coldplay could never have one of those late-night club songs, like 'Turn Down for What,'"
WHO IN THEIR RIGHT FUCKING MIND LISTENS TO A FUCKING FLO RIDA SONG AND THINKS 'HEY WOW IT WOULD BE GREAT IF COLDPLAY MADE A SONG LIKE THIS'
Is Weezer worth listening to? I've avoided them for ages.
10/10 albums if not for one track
What does /mu/ think of Touche Amore?
Just released. First song in Painting With which comes out February 19th. Thoughts?
Pretty upbeat and catchy though it is a bit to "poppy" for my tastes. Still a good opener none the less.
Will there ever be a pop star that supercedes Michael jackson in terms of success, talent, and insanity?