If you could that "#30? #40?" one, I guess this is 35.
Also I made contact with aliens last night, that's why I missed the challenge submission date. Only thing I was able to bring with me was my Microbrute, no computer or fx or eq or compression or anything. I think they recorded some stuff with it. I may have been probed.
Here is the recording. Warning: it may be disturbing. You may want to start with the volume down a tad.
>Kanye West - The Second Coming (2014)
>Industrial hip hop, noise hip hop, punk hip hop, experimental hip hop
>1. Burning Crosses (feat. Justin Vernon)
>2. Malicious (feat. Pusha T)
>3. I Am Not Here (feat. MC Ride)
>4. Like Pigs to the Slaughter
>5. Hate Speech (feat. Jay-Z)
>6. Killing Fields
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Nice copypasta OP :^)
Burzum - Str8 Off Tha Streets of Muthaphukkin Bergen
>Trve Norwegian Gangsta Rap
1. Kill'n Niggas (feat. Euronymous)
2. Light 'Em Up and
3. Dat's Sum In-Gang Tharr
4. Lozt Wizdom (feat. Lil' Odin)
5. Key To Tha Gate (feat Frosbyte)
I don't know shit about psychedelic music! SHIT
Help me out, we need to have a /psych/ general STAT
Take one part rock band arrangement. Make sure all the songs use blues minor.
Congratulations, you have completed the theory requirement for psych rock.
Tone: Have rich parents. Buy Vox AC30s. Buy Fender Jaguars. Buy strymon reverbs. You're gonna need a shit ton of reverb and possibly tape delays.
Congratulations you have completed the tone requirement for psych rock.
Misc: Take any Jimi Page solo, choose 6 notes, slow them down, congratulations you have a psych rock hook. Always wear black everything.
Even if you like jazz, you have to admit all jazz sounds the same.
Probably "What the fuck is this shit?". Happens every time.
I showed my friend James Chance and The Contortions and he told me that my music was fucked up. I expected that honestly.
what is this alien rap album and where can i find it? i dont see it on spotify
alright lads, post your sunday chill tunes
You guys are gonna hate me for this but I'm trying to think of a reasonably obscure electronic album, cover is a ~60's/70's car in focus, generally darkish looking, album name is about halfway down. Album itself is kinda chill, female vocal. Band name is two words about 7-8 characters in length, album name is one. That's all I can remember. Not even sure if it qualifies as /bleep/ but if this rings the bells of anyone they are a lifesaver
producerfags of /mu/, what is your music writing process?
go into as much detail as you like
I start with an initial idea,
It can be ANYTHING man, thats about as descriptive as I can get it.
Then I start adding more ideas onto it,
Y'kno, like building blocks.
I gotta be honest with you man sometimes I just use the first idea that comes to mind because if you start to overthink it you lose the initial ideas vibe so just make some music man don't think bout it.
>take random sample into simpler
>play around with it, pitchshift/distortion/reverb whatever
>make it into a 16-bar loop
>don't know how to proceed, end up with 600 different awesome 16-bar loops, 1 finished song
I really need to learn to use arrangement view
Pretty much this.
Typically I open the program. I usually go for a beat first. Even if I'm not using kicks or snares or hi-hats or what have you, it really helps to have a kind of "rhythmic skeleton" to the track.
Then I usually work on how the various instruments/samples, etc. that I'm using work together. That's the hardest part, I think.
Share some more ayyyyy lmao-core
>walking through an aquarium
fake album covers guess genre
I don't get vaporwave. If the genre is a paradoy or critique of consumerism do people legitimately like it or is it just art that's meant to be appreciated as art and not music?
Because if you're meant to buy into the empty corporate sound of it as critique but also enjoy it as music isn't the entire genre inherently hypocritical? You're enjoying exactly what you're opposing.
I do enjoy pic related, but for the most part this whole "movement' really confuses me. Maybe someone can clear it up.
>no /darkshit/ general
post goth rock, industrial, darkwave, witch house, and the like
ITT: music to play on top of mountains at night
What will come after vaporwave?