how can anybody be this perfect?
this one better?
r8 unfinished track
>135bpm, jungle, "bass"
>this is the longest list youve literally ever posted yet you always say "the list goes on"
objectively not true tho
no, not sure /bleep/ is the right place to discuss that type of stuff but give it a try
because then it's easier to do the mixdown. when everythings loud you can hear everything anwyay, but when it's low you can hear the relative levels. easier to tell if something's too quiet/loud
what is it missing?
Hahaha, the thing is, I expected this reaction from /bleep/. No offense but the opinions of a couple druggie losers isn't going to influence the opinion of my work very much, sorry. My music is an experience, not just a regurgitated pattern to be used as a drug...
>Hahaha, the thing is, I expected this reaction from /bleep/. No offense but the opinions of a couple druggie losers isn't going to influence the opinion of my work very much, sorry. My music is an experience, not just a regurgitated pattern to be used as a drug...
No but you don't understand. The volume IS part of the work? It's conceptualism, I doubt many of you bleep morons even understand what that entails since you spend all your fucking time bobbing your heads to 4/4 kicks and bass every quarter note though. Whatever guys say doesn't affect me. I'm confident in what I do and how I do it.
>im so dumb instead of turning down my monitors i turned down the master volume in my project file and im hopelessly trying to defend my stupidity and carelessness as artistic vision
>Can anyone rec any good bleep-related documentaries?
Watch "The Sound of Belgium"
Honestly hanging out with skrillex seems like a lot of fun. So I guess he's on the short list, but this is a hard question. Mr. Carmack, Jonah Baseball, Rustie, and Diplo are there too. The rapper category includes Danny Brown, Goldlink, Kool AD, Milo, and Kitty.
who gives a flying fuck?
you got a crush on me or summat?
bit abstract, but shows the other side of things.