/mu/ I know everyone is entitled to their own opinion and there's lots of good music out there but is a genuine bad music genre or bad band your allowed to hate and judge people for liking
>band has a strong rhythm section
The surprise I felt when this was actually good.
What didn't you like about it? I think it was a great mix of pop sensibilities and interesting instrumentation and sounds. Some songs are both creepy, poppy and sexy at the same time, something which I find really intriguing.
>turned 19 yesterday
music for this feel pls
>that glorious feel when /mu/ is finally beginning to realize that Bleach is the best Nirvana album
I really liked this album
but now I realize it's basically a copypaste of The Smiths
question for you do u like ska
let em all out, /mu/tants
>I think pic related shits on Ys in every conceivable way
I think Ys is a 6 and Helplessness Blues is an 8, so it's not too big of a deal, this is just an album I never see talked about in a positive way while Newsom is all over the place
This album is actually really fucking good
How can I introduce this album to my friends without them discovering that I browse /mu? Is it popular anywhere else?
>implying he wasn't the true genius behind Bleach
Does anybody here still like grunge? I'm the house engineer at a prominent seattle studio. We did pretty much everything but nirvanna, I and can't sleep. AMA
My shitty band, tell me what you think/post links to your shitty music
Was he really the true genius behind Bleach?
What are the best jazz albums of the year?
Not that one, OP. Here at /mu/, you're not allowed to like an album that pitchfork or Anthony Fantano enjoyed without being berated by a real patrician such as myself. You want good jazz in 2015, listen to some fucking watered down synthetic garbage which has half the emotional weight and technical proficiency of "The Epic", but less people know about it so it's better.
hey /mu/ I'm getting a Shure SM58. I'm new to microphones and recording in general, I'm wanting to connect the microphone to my pc for recording.
Which is more suitable:
1. (an xlr to USB cable): http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/prosound-microphone-to-usb-lead-a55hz
2. (or a Microphone Impedance Matching Transformer): http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/microphone-matching-transformer-r60wh
Then convert 1/4 inch to 3.5mm: http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/635mm-mono-plug-to-35mm-mono-socket-adapter-rw00a
Looking for cleanest signal / low noise. Any advice greatly appreciated /mu/ friends
you probably don't want to hear that you have to buy another thing and double what you're spending, but if you're actually buying a nice microphone and want to record with it then you need to get this >>61176994
and think long and hard about how you're going to expand in the future
i started with a 2i2 but now have a 18i8 and wish i would've just got that immediately (got mine on sale)
Yeah thats a mic pre amp right? I'm looking for cheapest option atm (looking to record some demo's).
Looked at the cheaper option of this: