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 No.271[Reply][D]

I remember a few years ago I would've laughed at any kind of "core" because my only reference was nightcore(eww). But nowadays I embrace plunderphonics.

(WTF TWOOT I CAN'T POST MP3 FILES!?)
https://undergroundcorecollective.bandcamp.com/album/-
In this alum I loved "The adventures of desu"
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 No.273[D][DF]

>>271
Audio file support on /mu/ would be pretty cool desu

 No.274[D][DF]

>>271
lolicore is fun but nobody can ever know I listen to it.

 No.275[D][DF]

>>274
Coward, I blast that shit whenever I'm on the road

 No.276[D][DF]

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>>275
When I was a child, I dreamed of becoming a person like you.

 No.414[D][DF]

>>271
yall want lolicore
http://lolicore.org/



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 No.393[Reply][D]

Post obscure music
If it has a vid on youtube it needs to be < 10.000 views
Bonus points if < 1000

Let me start:
Instrumental hip hop
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8z7MGzwlWMI
prog rock?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ArukZ3vtcX0
Jazz
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1Ib7m7aFqw
"psycho-acoustic clarinet"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4r6W1O8KUL0
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 No.400[D][DF]

>>393
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5R9neKyuaEw
Masterpiece, this proves that god exists.

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 No.404[D][DF]

>>393
Emmm...this is classified as vaporwave, though I have my doubts respecting that, seems like a very uniqe song to me.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aNP6lluwErg
>>401
The title of that song is misspelled, should be "Atrás"

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 No.200[Reply][D]

Personally I play the trumpet, and inconsistently try to learn the guitar and piano. What about you, anon?
>https://vocaroo.com/ clips are highly encouraged
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 No.213[D][DF]

>>209
>I play bass guitar but Im pretty shit at it even after like 6 years of playing
I feel that. I don't practice the trumpet much, as a result I've been stuck at the same beginner level for ~3 years
>>212
Nice, well the euphonium at least makes you a little more unique I guess. Everyone plays the guitar. (It's still a cool instrument though)

 No.244[D][DF]

>>200
i don't really play an instrument but i plan on getting piano lessons and i mess around in FL sometimes

 No.245[D][DF]

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>>200
I’m playing the alto sax, but due to summer, I stopped until it’s September because it can help me through hard times in my life during that time.

 No.411[D][DF]

>>245
Update: Started the Double Bass, Piano/keyboard, Cello, Viola, and Violin.
The Double Bass is the easiest in my whole list of instruments I've played. Cello, Viola, and Violin are all first tested in the first day I tried those three, later begin to learn to play each at a time for each day. Alto saxophone is something now I started doing again because I got a microphone for it. And the instruments I own are an old Yamaha Keyboard, Alto Saxophone Black Nickel version, and now, a Violin. I'm gonna get my Violin Pickup on Monday or earlier.

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>>200
I don't play any instrument because i have no talent and i'm not cool



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 No.7[Reply][D]

WHAT are YOU listening to?? Urgent need to know.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Kt8HP1VEPU
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 No.392[D][DF]

TELL ME WHYYY
IM STUK AS A VIRGIN WITH RAGE
TELL ME WHYYY
I SO NEED A CUTE GIRL MY AGEEEE
TELL ME WHYYY
I NEVER WANNA HEAR YOU SAY
I HAVE A BOY FRIENDDDDD
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=S1G-V-4izBY

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 No.397[D][DF]

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=9dZW1C3neao
HAHAHAHAHA
god the 80's was a wild time
Aftwr watching breakin this poped up in the reccomended video thingy
>prevemted a double homocide because of a fur minx coat
>rick astley teir dancing

 No.398[D][DF]

>>397
GODANM
Orange juce jones became a fucking sniper in the military
Ohhhhhhh no
NONONO
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Q06tcRae13k
Donald glover did a fucking parody top kek
Oh a rebuttal
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Ke_qTi7mVyQ

 No.410[D][DF]

I'm listening to this no bully plz
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0HsxC-l2tz0



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 No.328[Reply][D]

Let's try to find for each day of the week a song dedicated to it (positive or negative)
Let me start stealing the most common day: Sunday
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gwUrDg-qYqQ
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 No.332[D][DF]

>>328
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=XNT6bwrvIzY
I swear that i heard a caturday parody of this song

 No.402[D][DF]

>>328

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KvzlEfBYKVw

A song about all days of the week

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 No.407[D][DF]

>>405
That's a nice song. I prefer the orchestra version, because it feels more intense, but there are various good ones
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xBgLqHc3iw4
It's sad how people overhype it imo. Today's communication is often very little about the substance and a lot about clickbait bullshit

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 No.354[Reply][D]

Post a song that goes with the above post's scenario, then provide a scenario for the next guy. I'll do the first round to show how it would work.
>You have a nightmare so vivid that you cannot go back to sleep. You rise from your bed and choose to take a walk through the cold city street to clear your head. Unusually, there is not another soul in sight. Perhaps this is what people mean when they speak of the "witching hour?" As you aimlessly wander, the flickering street lights seem to make demons and spirits dance just beyond the corners of your vision.
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 No.359[D][DF]

>>358
I think this will work out pretty well, otherwise op feel free to say if my song doesn't match enough with the scenario, so i'll delete it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-lF0RNAIK8
>it's working day and that means killing, the moon shines upon you and you play some music, this won't take too long you guess

 No.360[D][DF]

>>359
I've always wanted to kill someone to this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eM4vihB3zpE
>For no reason at all, you've started having nightmares. The first night, you dream that you get in a fatal car wreck. The next night, you dream that an old man stabs you through the heart. Every night brings a new nightmare, and they steadily become more and more violent as the seasons pass. Eventually, you find that the dreams have stopped being about your own demise and are now focusing on you killing others. You brutally assault your childhood bully in a supermarket. You hang a man and watch the flies eat him until his neck becomes so weak it snaps and his body falls to the floor. You dissect a young woman alive while a city burns around you. Perhaps more disturbingly, you don't wake up in a cold sweat anymore. In fact, some mornings you wake up with a smile on your face wishing the dream could have lasted just a little longer.

 No.366[D][DF]

>>360
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_kTBbTSjZpI
there you go edgefag.
>You spent all of autumn gathering wildflower seeds, and all winter prepping them. When spring is just breaking, you sow them everywhere you walk. Summer has finally come, and they are in full bloom. It's an explosion of color, and smells like heaven. More butterflys than you have ever seen before are flapping around and young couples pick bouquets for each other.
[spoiler]this thread is too /yu/cky[/spoiler]

 No.403[D][DF]

>>366

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9fWyXV4gVw&list=RDk9fWyXV4gVw&start_radio=1

>You've embarked on an epic journey to the heart of the sun

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>>403
kinda basic but its all i could think of
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TcJ-wNmazHQ

>in the heart of the big city, u get off the train with nothing but whats in your suit case and a passion for a good story, you've arrived with the intent of hitting the streets of 1930s new york in order to find a good story to kick start your journalism career, despite the severe, un-diagnosed autism that has affected you your whole life.



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 No.386[Reply][D]

Yo, /mu/.
I was listening to some music by some dude called Sewerslvt, I'm really digging his shit.
Here's some of his music:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=beoNy4MMHTc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RgFaK6ZQifE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QsH48MTfnyY
I've been looking for more music like this. Would this be considered something like lolicore or breakcore? Maybe dark dnb?
Feel free to post more stuff like this in the thread.

 No.387[D][DF]

Well i don't really know about music genres or even what you are talking about but this album i like sounds similar so i hope you like it anon.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXOcXLbrfgk

 No.388[D][DF]

I think I remember seeing it categorized as "atmospheric dnb"
Pretty big fan of sewerslvt myself but I don't really know of any other artist like this, if you want to you could go to rateyourmusic and do some snooping around.

 No.389[D][DF]

>>388
clicked ASCII accidentally sry

 No.390[D][DF]

Nice stuff
>Would this be considered something like lolicore or breakcore?
Honestly I have no idea
This reminds me of vdc which is ethereal and has busy drums too:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZlNt05dCX8
It's also pretty different, but you might like it

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 No.307[Reply][D]

Let's make an album!
- submit a track with a name and it ends up in the album (to submit use https://catbox.moe/ https://clyp.it/ or any site from which I can download an audio file. Preferibly submit a wav file)
- suggest artist name, album name and/or album art. We'll pick with a poll later
Feel free to submit music even if you're a beginner, our goal is to have fun, not make a masterpiece
In the end I'll make a bandcamp page and put the album there
[spoiler]ps I'd prefer you don't use vocaroo to submit tracks because it fucks up the audio quality iirc[/spoiler]
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>>323
Thanks :D

 No.327[D][DF]

I've made a public email address to collab. You can self-send your clips there (this way you remain anonymous) and other anons can use these clips to make songs for the album. The clips can be anything, drums, vocals etc
Here's the email:
22collab @ protonmail.com
pw: Anon22. (with the dot)
Be aware that storage limit is 500mb so if you want to send large stuff (like wavs) use catbox or something similar

 No.374[D][DF]

>>307
bumping with my song https://files.catbox.moe/dxvtm7.mp3
Since we aren't getting many submission I guess this will be an ep

 No.384[D][DF]

>>307
also bumping with a submision
https://files.catbox.moe/a5zo94.wav

perhaps the name of the album could just be called something like anon or untitled, so its like you cant pin down who or what it comes from

 No.385[D][DF]

>>384
Nice, thanks for the submission!
>perhaps the name of the album could just be called something like anon or untitled, so its like you cant pin down who or what it comes from
How about "anon - soundtrack for the internet"? (Just an idea)
Anyway having credits in the first place would make it somewhat traceable



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 No.372[Reply][D]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5ct9ynWya0
Why does it appeal to me so much, /mu/? I just can't put my finger on it, why do I like this band so much? I don't think I'm part of target group.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=poZLiypLJzQ

 No.375[D][DF]

nu metal nostalgia perhaps?



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 No.367[Reply][D]

why is swedis hprog the best?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0tDs3rO748

 No.368[D][DF]

>>367
>video unavailable
fucken swedes

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 No.370[D][DF]

>>367
Listening rn, nice stuff, thanks
Oh fuck the vocals. Haha
They're ok actually. Let's say the audio recording isn't of the best quality.
The music is good though
I see it's the full album. Can't listen to it now, maybe sometime in the future
Good stuff anyway, thank you for the rec

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 No.362[Reply][D]

Links to bandcamp, soundcloud, youtube or whatever you use
Also give feedback

 No.363[D][DF]

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this is me

https://bebopfree.bandcamp.com/album/hominidites
>collaboratively made by anons on 4chan/mu/
>themed albums, this one is about dystopian future

 No.365[D][DF]

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 No.264[Reply][D]

Share stuff related to making music


This is a video which explains the basics of modern western music from the beginning, in a prettily animated way. I recommend this to people who are interested in music but don't know much yet, like what notes/scales are exactly
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=mdEcLQ_RQPY

There is also part two and three, which deal with harmony (chords) and rhythm respectively. I haven't watched them yet, but the harmony one seems to go into deeper concepts like functional harmony (which may be basic for you, but not for everyone), the rhythm I think will be an introduction like the melody one
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Su95gTHo4Ks
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=5zus91DBSns

 No.266[D][DF]

>>264
OP here, posting more stuff.
Music theory. Is it really useful? Or will it kill/hurt your creativity?
I found a good answer to this question on 4chan:
>Having a vocabulary large enough to know when to choose the right word is always a good thing.
>Using your large vocabulary to make hyper-verbose word salad is a bad thing.
>A lot of great songwriters use their understanding of music theory to communicate simple and effective ideas. Some songwriters use that same knowledge to make musical word salad. The music theory knowledge isn't what makes them good or bad.
Here's a video that goes more in detail video about these things:
https://youtu.be/02nBRDcUGNU
It explains more advantages/disadvantages of learning theory or not learning it. If you have doubts on wether you need music theory I recommend watching it

 No.267[D][DF]

Thanks OP! This is great stuff!

 No.268[D][DF]

4chan's /mu/'s /prod/ general FAQ and resources:
https://pastebin.com/p2QUqMzj
>>267
I want to post more but I don't have time..

 No.300[D][DF]

I posted this on live chan, but it really goes here :
How do I start learning guitar?
https://www.justinguitar.com/
http://www.studybass.com/
>Guitar chords and inversions
http://www.chordbook.com/guitar-chords/
>String tension calculator (D'Addario):
http://stringtensionpro.com/
>Music theory:
http://musictheory.net/lessons
>Impulse Response Pack
http://www.mediafire.com/download/svtfxjtillrdwt8/Gods+Cab+1.3.rar
http://www.mediafire.com/download/4n28zkjw0zgmdj9/ASEM+RECTO+V30+L2.wav
>Guitar Maintenance and other information:
http://www.frudua.com/guitar_craftpedia_en.html
Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.364[D][DF]

>>264
Andrew huang, a popular youtuber that makes songs out of carrots, has made a nice intro video to music theory
If you know very little this thing will get you to basic understanding
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rgaTLrZGlk0



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 No.340[Reply][D]

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 No.348[D][DF]

>>347
probably a newfag
since he doesn't even have adblock

 No.349[D][DF]

I feel very confuse

 No.350[D][DF]

I (anon) declaire this thread to be about nightcore.
Is it good?
Is it bad?
Let's discuss all things nightcore.
Also "LOVE XOXO"
Are you new here?

 No.351[D][DF]

Uhh
Mods are gods
And
If they are a w a y
They become gay.
That has been 22chan's poetry corner
thank you very much for listening in

 No.353[D][DF]

Nightcore is if alvan and the chipmunks became goth weeaboos.



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 No.221[Reply][D]

I discovered nin from "hurt", and this album is something. I can't relate to most of the lyrics (except some lines, for example "I have lived so many lives all in my head") but I feel it a lot, despite me not having lived or felt things of that intensity. Self titled comes in my mind spontaneously certain days.
What are some of your feel-like-shit albums?
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 No.253[D][DF]

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>>221
Crywank- Today is nearly tomorrow and everyday is stupid

 No.254[D][DF]

>>253
Tomorrow is is goddamn amazing if not a little cheesy. Has anyone listened to any other crywank and if so would you recommend? I haven't gotten myself to listen to anything else by them. (i dont mind the cheese)

 No.255[D][DF]

>>254
Don't Piss on Me I'm Already Dead is a pretty good album. An individual song I enjoy is Welcome to Castle Irwell, but I haven't listened to the album that it comes from (James is Going to Die Soon)

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 No.352[D][DF]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOat_xsGUOw
Good for intense self loathing



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 No.335[Reply][D]

Media genres are only a social construct to differentiate different kinds of instrumentals/patterns and associate the kind of people who listen to them. But as people shouldn't try to describe themselves with a certain group, I believe media [more specifically music and video] shouldn't be made to fit any specific genre.
My favorite media blurs the lines between these genres. Things like obscure anime[example: Pani Poni Dashu], fan spinoffs[example: Star Wreck], experimental/*core music[example: David Bowie, Death Grips, Goreshit].

Tell me are there any weird music you listen to that you couldn't apply once specific genre to?
Do you think music producers should conform to a respective genre rather than experiment with something that may fail entirely?

tldr; I love weird ass muzak

 No.336[D][DF]

>Media genres are only a social construct
Many genres emerged inside a community which often consisted of people of similar background (especially musical) and/or values.
As a result genres often had shared characteristic and actual values, often it could be tied down to a place (or a few)
Hip hop for example was born from people who wanted to party and missed funk in new york, bronx. Then as it evolved it acquired values and even formed a culture that had not just rap, but djing, bboying (breakdance) and writing(graffiti). So the music was part of a real sub-culture.
Historically many genres had a genuine culture attached to them (and later were exploited by business)

As time goes on however this seems to be happening less, probably internet contributed to this too, as one can now listen to basically anything from everywhere.
Many artists start making music using different elements from different genres, as a result it's hard if not impossiple to put them in a box.

 No.337[D][DF]

>>335
My thoughts on the matter is that the genre follows the music. Barring highly formulaic musical genres such as the blues, there are very few recent works or artists that easily fall into a certain genre. We just slap the genres on so it's a little easier to find similar stuff to what you like, so it does serve a definite function. But I don't think many people say "I want to create some post-punk industrial ambient pop that takes cues from early-70s prog and welsh folk" or whatever the fuck. They just make the music, and then they (or someone else) slaps the genre on there so fans of the genre can find them hot, esoteric tunes. This is pretty much the case for any form of media, of course. Not just music. It's important not to get too caught up in genres and just recognize music for what it is: a free expression of human creativity. If you let your music get restricted by genre (and the demand for it), you get shit like today's hip-hop and country (may allah forgive me for mentioning it).
I recently found an artist called Pajjama. They make some of the most enjoyably weird-ass music you could ask for.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3LwjRUC5F3g
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQE2gUCCF1c

 No.338[D][DF]

>>336
You're completely right. When making this thread, I was in a more modern mindset where all media is freely available to everyone. So I didn't exactly think about the origins of the genres. But this worries me that the internet may be contributing to destroying these cultures.
>>337
I guess in a way they follow each-other. When one makes something so original that couldn't be defined with a genre. People would get inspired to make something similar. And from there, a new genre is born.

 No.339[D][DF]

>>337
Nice music, it's llike chiptune funk
>>338
>But this worries me that the internet may be contributing to destroying these cultures.
Maybe, but it also gives the possibility to the creation of many new ones



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