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 No.502[Reply][D]

Exactly what it sounds like, text to spech used to make music. if you somehow found moonman related stuff, thats good too! R.I.P moonman, you haven't been forgotten
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 No.578[D][DF]

It sometimes sounds like a rock song.



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 No.1[Reply][D]

this is my favorite Vaporwave album. late night delight by Luxury Elite and Saint Pepsi.
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>>1
That is classic Vaporwave, and it is good, but I prefer some Futurefunk.>>1

 No.531[D][DF]

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I'm not exactly opposed to vaporwave, but I still find most of it extremely generic and dull to listen to. And although all the albums itt were pretty good, pic related is still the only vaporware album I listen to on the regular basis

 No.532[D][DF]

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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.
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 No.454[D][DF]

This reminds me heavily of MTV AMP from way back in the day. Good shit

 No.490[D][DF]

>>386
>>386
try goreshit if you haven’t already

 No.526[D][DF]

Sewerslut is reddit music for faggots that aren't cool enough to know Goreshit, CDR or DJ Sharpnel.



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 No.489[Reply][D]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9NemUDI9N-I This album.. one of my favorite thrash albums of all time really. It brings me back to the days when all I did was just listen to thrash in my room and watch anime. Those days were kind of sad but they were nice too.

General metal thread btw.

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>>489
What are your thoughts on the more experimental sub-genres like cybergrind, pornogrind, grindcore ect

>cybergrind: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bl0La2Vfsh4

>grindcore: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i2iu9A4_eLw
>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uaC3MjCb_oA

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>>489
This Saturday will be the 10th anniversary of Ronnie James Dio's death. Is there anything 22chan can do to celebrate his music? Perhaps a cytube stream for some of his albums.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWAhd4KkVUU



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 No.179[Reply][D]

So I listened to Porter Robinson - Worlds again, and as always, it's magical, it inspires me so much. I'd like to know songs/albums/musicians you find inspiring and why

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>>179
Spirit Of Eden by Talk Talk. I wouldn't say it's exactly inspiring, but I find it extremely uplifting for sure. The whole album is made in a very impressionistic manner and thereby manages to convey the feeling of ecstasy extremely accurate. I still get goosebumps every time I listen to it.

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>>505
You've already listened to Hex by Bark Psychosis right

 No.519[D][DF]

>>518
Yep. Pendulum Man is one of my favourite tracks ever desu, and Scum is probably my favourite EP.



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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.494[D][DF]

the Risk of Rain OST is god-like https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SIPGFhFPJhg

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 No.496[D][DF]

fuck uuuuuu, frog fighter woosie!
tl;dr through whole this threadshit.
LMAO
Fuck it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bzVjZu4fl4o



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 No.486[Reply][D]

this is the best song. you literally cannot refute this

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>>486
i dont see how you can make a whole thread for this



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 No.443[D][DF]

cool as fuck, nice plague doctor but this is /b/ not /mu/



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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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>>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.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]

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>>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.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.362[Reply][D]

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

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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

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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
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 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
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>>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.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.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
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 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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