>Fatboy Slim is #1 so why try harder edition
Post your bleeps, discuss others' bloops. Learn why your DAW of choice is shit and why samples are stealing.
Sound Synthesis and Sampling (book):
Intro to Synthesys (video):
Literally all of my bleeps
experimental, industrial, ambient, glitch, hip hop instrumental, synth pop, surf rock, noise, dubstep inspired dance music
Both of those are generative music experiments.
My EP. ambient, industrial, noise, glitch
experimental, ambient, industrial, noise, glitch, dance
the blutty post office is charging you to hold a box? fuck that's UPS behavior right there. That's unfortunate anon, I was looking forward to seeing/hearing that beast! (I assume you are the anon who bought the TEAC reel-to-reel recently)
Not at first. But I had to get used to reading through manuals when I got into more technical and scientific software. It was so fucking amazing going through the manual properly with some intimidating shit and actually becoming an expert because you took the time to really learn it.
Ever since then I've started going through the manual -page by page- of everything I own that's complicated. ProTools, Reason, my recorder, various softwares, etc. It makes you so much less plebiæn it's ridiculous.
At some point, you'll find that people with no knowledge about music making will praise your work. If you don't ignore them until you get the praise of fellow musicians/producers, you're not going to evolve well.
>please keep reading
I will rephrase my question. How is the audio quality of CDs you buy from the likes of HMV and smaller local stores? Are the songs MP3 tier or wav tier in terms of fidelity?