Can people recomend me some good electronic music artists?
Oneohtrix Point Never
people hate him because when they go to look him up for the first time, they stumble upon his most popular songs, which have shitty dubstep beats
and for the fact he's a loudmouth who can't stop criticising others, so people already have a preconceived bias he's a cunt and automatically dislike his music
to create the sort of music he does, and to generate so much money from it and have a massive fanbase, is the true meaning of success
Oh, and forgot to add Com Truise.
Glistening works of electronic art!
i dont post on pol im not a brit rofl get fucked
how am i shit posting if people are posting literal shit like deadmeow5
Check out planet mu
If you follow artists you get recommended here, chances are you're going to get bored fast because most of them don't release music every day. Always keep a lookout for new artists.
>tfw rephlex closed
And a wicked sense of humor!
but im not a brit anon im from the us of a stay mad pleblord
Because 'electronic music' is everything from John Cage to Katy Perry, Deadmau5 to Coil, thats such a huge array of music there are thousands of artists that could be labelled electronic.
Skrillex is a better producer
Spor/Feed me is a better producer
Clark is a better producer
John Hopkins is a better producer
RDJ is a better producer
OPN is a better producer
countless traditional studio engineers are better producers (baby face, quincy jones, people like that)
Autechre are better producers
Amon Tobin is a better producer
Noisia are better producers
Kanye is a better producer
Daft punk are better producers
Rob Swire is a better producer and probably made joel's career by singing vocals on Ghosts n Stuff making it appeal to a wider audience
>implying deadmau5 had a career in the mainstream before ghosts n stuff
theres a lot of better producers. Joel just has more money to piss away on expensive shit and can read manuals, he doesnt have any truly gifted production talent.
yeah fam forgot chain reaction some trve deep dub techno business fuck your edm business mate
edm-tier exclusive club music
com truise is to your referenced post what skrillex is to dubstep. e.g. why are you not listening to trve dub and psybient industrial hardtechno instead of that wobbly shit
literal sell-outs, pop music-tier production
babby's first steeraway from EDM
If you enjoy jazz fusion, math core, breakbeat, electronica, and acid house. Something on this album should interest you.
Cross was made on garage band
Their music might not be so impressive for other means of production but to make an album as solid as Cross on garage band is pretty special at least to me
I'll speak from my opinions.
Most of the artists on Never Say Die
>Drum n bass
Netsky (2009-2011) and most of Hospital Records
>Other honorable mentions that don't fit in with the others
Mr Carmack (and Soulection in general)
so youre trying to tell me that making an album as well produced as Cross on garage band isnt impressive? Do you know how many limitations garage band has?
drum machines and keyboards make things easier or at least quicker if youre not an idiot with them and know how to use them. external hardware should be beneficial to productivity not detrimental.
not really. Most of it is isnt anything foreign. Usually its something familiar but just in a different presentation.
An analog synth is still a synth, shit like ADSR, filters, modulation, dosnt change. Therye still filters or whatever.
quirky gimmicky shit that wouldnt be popular if cashmere cat wasnt diplo's bitch
Learning enough to just get by is piss easy especially if you already know another DAW but without any knowledge i think learning a DAW is a bit more difficult because it encompasses stuff the hardware will do and more.
Mastering a DAW compared to mastering a piece of hardware is also incredibly more difficult.
But at least in a daw with no 3rd party shit you don't have to learn a million different quirks
Like have you ever used an akai sampler, compare that to just dragging a file onto a rectangle
So I was being a fat neckbeard, minding my own autism, when suddenly I went from metal to try some electronic, it wasn't half bad, but it was babby's first electronic.
I'll list what I liked so you car rec some neato shit:
While this is very mainstream, it should give you an idea of what sounds good to me. What's my next step?
and don't forget, the almighty Neelix
These are all psychedelic trance, if you're into that sort of stuff.