reminder to ignore, report and hide shitposting and shitposters
/bleep/ is for club culture discussion and all music that suits clubs
you don't have to be a club goer to appreciate /bleep/ music (though it is recommended)
take euro vs. america shitflinging to >>>/sp/
thanks and have fun
since thread #1
have some clubby Aphex to suit both this thread and your non-/bleep/ nature though, killing two rabbits with a single bullet
no it wasnt. people just used the term bleeps and bloops to describe anything that was electronic music. honestly if /bleep/ was just called /dancemusic/ from the start a lot of headaches would have been avoided
Well you guys, I just finished listening to James Blake's Klavierwerke EP and that does it, I'm gonna save up, by a Macbook, install a DAW, get a cool retro drum machine and a MIDI synth and get to work. I'm going to make the greatest bleep album in the history of the world.
I eagerly anticipate posting a soundcloud link to it in the distant future........ until then, farewell for now. Think of me every now and then, old friend.
when you figured it out tell me how to get into james blake kinda production without any kind of piano training.
feel like i need some musical training to get realy deep like him.
Open your ears, extend your mind and see the club music of eminent futurity, grasping for us with small soundings, hints of what could happen, what is still to come, and what we have the potential go achieve. The blueprints for an innovated sound have been crafted in secret, some collective unconscious, all unknowingly working towards the same goal, for nearly a decade now. All we have to do is build upon the sound. Future bass. 130 bpm. The type of emotional dance music I want to dance to in clubs. That is all for now, but you'll know it's me when someday, perhaps months or years from now, I make my return.
Sorry pal but I have a foundational grounding in classical piano/guitar so I can't provide any shortcuts. How proficient are you? Mostly what JB uses for that warm sound is a mix of jazz structure and gospel music chords.
>a mix of jazz structure and gospel music chords.
you're a few years late.
you should probably search for darius syrossian, hector couto, dale howard, sidney charles etc. for a bit more 'underground' kind of style of that vibe.
Might as well post my older shit here
Its performed live , so no DJ set , all my productions
Im actually landing some gigs and people like it
feels good man
chillstep isn't a thing because dubstep is inherently chill, here's an essential list.
For futurebass check the last.fm tag for it: last.fm/tag/future+bass
girl down the salon took too much of my eyebrows today so got the hat on to take the edge off
i have in my possession a casio sk-1 and a korg volca beats
there is no way i can get these two to sound good together
What's the best /bleep/ music video?
My vote goes to Daft Punk's space smurfs or this one
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFXlWfzW9Uo (mostly because I love the dude in the speedo rather than actual prooduction quality)