post the spo0kiest tunes you got /bleep/
>tfw no qt /bleep/ gf
why don't girls like bleeps anyway? girls at shows are always there just pretending to like to seem "in the know" but i've never met one that truly enjoys and knows the history and sentiment behind the music
>implying it's not true
If you were take count of the amount of men who go to bleep shows compared to women and the amount of men who produce bleeps compared to women the results would be so lopsided it would make you think twice before spitting your le enlightened male delusions
Time for Ghost.
(DH-001)  Ghost - Dance Hall EP:
(GH-001)  Ghost - The Club, Two Thousand, Bison:
(GH-002)  Ghost - Lyrical Tempo, Count It Off, Hesitation:
(GHOST 003)  Ghost - The Spooks:
(GHOST 004)  Ghost - Buck & Bury, Back2Me:
(GHOST 005)  Roxy Vs El-B - Endorse & Set It:
i think most girls just arent interested. something else occupies them. like how most guys arent really into needlework even though it's a perfectly acceptable interest.
that isn't to say they don't exist though. loads more female producers around recently.
U heard of this guy called Burial?
I don't really have that much rare UKG though.
(BINGOCD005)  DJ Slimzee - Bingo Beats Volume 3
>UK Garage, Grime, Mix CD
So a weeb friend sent me a track from Ghost in the Shell because "it sounds like the kinda music you like." Well he was kinda right, There's something about this track that's really pleasing to me. I guess I really like the repeating sample sample the artist uses and its airy atmosphere.
is this even /bleep/?
>not posting T
i'll react to guys
means what you expect it to - the artist DJs (mixes tracks in a set)
Means a wide variety of things, depending on the artist, although the general rule is they're playing entirely their own material. Ranges from live instrumentation and improv, such as >>51049906
or in the case of crossover artists like James Blake or Disclosure, it's just a normal live gig (i.e. they sing, and the track is played live or off a record)
Then artists like Kassem Mosse do a mix of playing pre-made tracks and improving over them with equipment
Or in the case of Karenn, having a few loops saved and combining them in different ways
Then there's a few who turn up with just equipment and fully fully improvise the set but I don't know any examples of it.
The line between DJ set and Live set can be blurred by people like Addison Groove
(shame you can't see the whole set but if you hear it you'll understand)
I doubt that. Considering it was released in 98, that would have been roughly around the time Will first started doing any sort of music production at all. This is definitely way too accomplished to be Burial, considering that this was the kind of stuff he was making around 2001/2002: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6bnUthptb8
>tfw only 60 videos through the /bleep/ youtube october playlist of 1200 videos
>tfw will never finish this before november playlist is up
here it is incase someone was looking for it
>tfw you spend the last 3 hours making a track
>tfw it's mediocre at best
why does producing bleeps have to have such a big learning curve
inb4 dr drum
Yes, actually. Honestly, I started making bleeps because im a friendless loser who couldn't find bandmates...I figured I'd make bleeps because 1. you can do it by yourself and 2. i thought they'd be easy to make.
But fuck me, it's alot harder than I thought.
>tfw you will never get all cuddled up with objekt on the sofa, wrapped up in a snuggly blanket while he talks you through his matlab scripts and patiently teaches you to become a pro-dsp developer, just like him.
>damn how long have you been trying?
What do you mean? Like trying to make music? Years now. I've made some pretty good tracks over that time, and lots of shit tracks. I've been using Ableton for less than a year though.
Here's what I've been working on lately, you post yours to vocaroo and I'll give some criticism:
>you obviously know what your doing, solid track
thanks m8, I only know a little but I'm glad that someone thinks otherwise.
I liked your track btw, I think if you tweaked the presets a bit to give them a better sound it would be better overall. You can do easy things like pitch the drums up/down, add a touch of delay or reverb, add a cabinet effect or something. The other stuff can just be played with as you want, I'm not familiar with FL but I'm sure within the presets you can tweak things like Attack/Decay/Sustain/Release and stuff like that, as well as modulation. A little can really go a long way. Cheers m8.
I like it, keep practicing.
I like it, but the drum samples need work & maybe try to change up the pattern every 8 or 16 bars. You rarely notice it but it's the subtle changes in drum patterns that really keeps a tune rolling.
Now that you mention it, you're right, it sticks out like a sore thumb. When I mute it I like the track better. I still want something to fill that space so I'll do something else.
I appreciate the honesty though mang