hopefully shitpost-free this time edition
hot bangers incoming
The sample playing is what makes it great, and it does build up to the certain point where the short funk guitar sample starts rolling throughout the track up until the very end. The single version's duration is obviously based on the fact that it's a club track/supposed to be used in DJ mixing, it's the video version which cuts 2-3 minutes of repetition and turns the track into a solid pop single.
Alan Braxe is a seriously cool guy.
what can I do with an mpd32 and a simple midi keyboard? I can't even figure out how to connect it up to cubase, what kinds of things could i do with that combo? I'm just looking for general ideas, I am interested in midi sequencing but have yet to use the mpd
Witchouse kinda, dark, chilled out but dark. i dun even know
Few bits i'm feeling atm
"using the mpd32 in ableton" or something
it'll show you everything. if you can't figure out what to do after that then you're a lost cause. the fact that you're posting here rather than using some initiative and google doesn't fill me with hope that you're going to able to write a tune tbh lol
i've already done that but i was just wondering if you knew any guides that were more straight foward for midi in cubase and mpd32 in general. I've already been using youtube and I still haven't figured out how to use the program yet.
vaporwave aesthetic is literally just post-internet aesthetics
his argument of that Stardust track being vaporwave because of the production can be literally applied on all other sample-based music preceding that track
Common makes some p. awesome techno
im not that guy
its nothing to do with euro vs america tbh. the term 'EDM' is an american term, sure, but that music is prevalent in all parts of the world. by 'that music' i mean mainstream lowest-common-denominator artists like martin garrix and above & beyond and hardwell and tiesto and avicii.
in these threads, and in the dance music community in general, people distance themselves from the term 'EDM' because it doesnt just mean Electronic Dance Music, it has connotations with a very specific type of dance music. what we talk about in these thread is very, very different to that kind of music.
Shut up you complete and utter pussy hole! How dare you try and suggest that I am not a completely authentic road man! It isn't my fault that my parents sent man to Eton. I can still hustle on the road as hard as you!
I know what you mean m8
My love for juke is almost as big as my love for some dank fucking memes
what are some good london bassline/4x4/niche djs? i know it's a big thing up north but all we get down here is flava d, dj q and sometimes royal-t does a bit. i love the sound. it's probably like my favourite thing to dance to but it only ever seems to be slapped on the end of a garage or grime night. i wanna go and hear it all night
just ordered this off discogs
tasty as fuck
>check soundcloud messages
>hi m8, really into ur trax. definitely the sound im into rite now!... would u b keen for a remix or summat? im well keen on [track name here]!! love to have a go at it... .....
>if ur interested then email me back at firstname.lastname@example.org, cheers
how do you respond, /bleep/?
no one really DJs bassline full time apart anymore man, its a dead genre. people like Q etc. still push it but unless it's a bassline 'themed' night then you wont be hearing it all night, not a chance. definitely go and see champion DJ though, champion has the best tune selection
>i only listen to youtube videos that depict a vinyl record because then i know it's authentic bleep
Anyone else closely familiar with Klute's work? He's p diverse, has some catchy and really homely and warm stuff in slower tempos. Probably the only /bleep/ i can handle, can anyone point me towards something similar?
hurts when you realize 10 years from now Rashad wouldve been channeling turbo space juke from alternate dimensions. damn..
>responding to blatant bloopb8
>Aphex Twin is considered plebeian by /bleep/, so a clear 'no'.
protip : making fun of indie music fags who are into "aphex and boards of canada and flylo" =/= considering aphex as "plebeian"
he got a few bangers that would hold up in a club tbh
pic related is certified /bleep/ material
SAW1 too to some degree, also his Polygon Window stuff and Caustic Window stuff and Analogue Bubblebath stuff and the Analord series
it's his drill and bass releases which don't work in a club setting
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Anyone else feel like house and techno are just all-around bland to their very respective cores?
Usually i can enjoy music that stands out by its own and doesn't need unnecessary fusions to make it listenable but /bleep/ is only bearable when it brings in outside influences
idk it really is amazing how one simple 4-second break can make such a massive difference to the overall sound and culture of dance music
what do u mean? if u just wanna go to a club, dance for 6 hours or w/ever, zone out, forget about regular life, be lost in the mix, then there's really nothing better than house and techno
also i love that feeling in techno, which i feel is exclusive to techno, when the dj mixes a tune into a much more high energy tune and the crowd feels the shift and everything around you speeds up and people whistle and shout
>, when the dj mixes a tune into a much more high energy tune and the crowd feels the shift
yea i love this, the best is when a DJ goes from techno to a grime or bassline tune and its just like this explosion of energy
nah, nah. i know what you mean, but this is different
what you're describing is like when something nasty drops and people stop dancing and start jumping around going nuts and shouting "woiiiiiiii" and it's really aggressive. like pulse x or hackney parrot or something
i mean like when one techno tune slowly beings to transition into a much harder (perhaps even up tempo) one and people carry on dancing as they were but with a bit more energy and like girls hold their drinks up above their heads, and people at the back whistle, and people grin at each other and it's like "here we go!!"
i'll try to find some examples haha
>mfw guilty of learning how to shuffle to impress people and fit in
I don't even care anymore /bleep/, I live to go out on the weekend and have people like me. Next thing I know, I'll be doing a season in Magaluf.
i tried to learn how to shuffle once and it was hard as fuck but there again i don't do any excercise at all and i don't really dance unless you count being drugged at a rave and jumping around and moving like an idiot "dancing"
this might be more fitting?
people have been dancing to non 4 on the floor beats as well as poly rhythms for a long time.
It doesn't sound like you have been to club that plays good techno or house because its awesome. Its not something that I can personally listen to on my own but it's not bland.
How can so much techno be encapsulated in a single track /mu/?
>King Bromeliad is top 5 House this year
i'd hope everyone would agree with that
it's just jodey kendrick i think, i didn't bother getting the physical because i can't really get vinyl in the post and it didn't have a distubutor