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 No.906[Reply]

Go & find the original source of: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1_XQWqUjihk

I need to archive it :C


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 No.833[Reply]

>listening to anything other than John Zorn
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 No.895

>>890
>jazz
>implying its nothing but screeching farting sax

>implying avant-garde is even jazz

 No.896

>>895

How would you call something like Eletric Masada then? I say jazz because it's the musical framework used in Zorn works as far as I know.

 No.897

>>895
It is. IMO it's like with art. If somebody can draw in standard way, but chooses to draw in a cubist style, then that's fine.
And Zorn really can play, he's not like this all avangarde faggots.

 No.898

>>897
I was with you until you implied 'avant-garde faggots' can't play, they can; Zorn is just such an eclectic and varied musician that he shows off both his extremely severe avant-garde playing and his conventional musicianship. People like Evan Parker and Yoko Ono are talented, but creating conventional, immediately pleasurable music don't interest them at all.

 No.899

>>898
I meant people who can not play at all. For example Merzbow can play in conventional way but he doesn't want to. But there are some people who can not play in conventional way so they label their "music" as an avantgarde.



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 No.839[Reply]

Hi I've been getting requests to teach people how to make music, or how to use FL Studio or whatever over the years and I've kept putting it off, but I figured I might as well do something instead of ignoring it. I'm not going to assume I'm the best producer on ubuu, but I may be able to help with people just starting out or people looking for tips regarding composition or engineering. I've been making music for ~6 years so I'd say I'm fairly qualified at this point.

Right now I'm working on two separate projects, a soundtrack for a visual novel and a nu-jazz/instrumental hip hop album. I come from IDM and bass music but I've touched on a lot more genres than that. I consider composition my strongest point although people tell me my mixes more often than not come out clear which is probably the most important thing in mixing/mastering.

For examples of my stuff if you haven't clicked any of my album links, this is one I did just recently which showcases some interesting stuff with realistic programmed sounds, most notably the bass
https://soundcloud.com/pradius/foam-dante6201-ft-pradius

And for something more electronic, https://soundcloud.com/pradius/famicom

tl;dr i make music ask me stuff
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 No.865

I would love to learn how to FL Studio.
Because I love music.
But have no talent with these types of things >_>

 No.866

>>865
Like, samples and loops and I'm just like O.O

 No.869

What's your opinion on Cubase?

 No.893

What music do you enjoy listening to? Any favorite bands? Know any other good free bandcamp musicians?

 No.894

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oh there are new questions

>>869
I think Cubase is pretty great. Definitely up there with Logic and Ableton. I don't really think it matters what you use though, because every daw is basically the same thing with a different front end. It all comes down to what works best for you, and fl studio's workflow works best for me but otherwise I'd be using either cubase or logic.

>>893
Jamiroquai is probably my favorite band right now, but Periphery, Flying Lotus and deadmau5 (new/old not 2005-2010 mau5) are also some of my favorites. As for free bandcamp artists I don't really know of many because I don't browse bandcamp as often as I should. If you like indie/prog and shoegaze Cloudkicker is 10/10 and all of his stuff is free. http://cloudkickermusic.com/album/let-yourself-be-huge

The eXo guys have their stuff up for free too. Check out datacat's new album if you haven't already!
https://exordiummusic.bandcamp.com/album/the-stabbing-room



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 No.870[Reply]

Hampden Hipstarz is a very good band. If you don't like it you will eat the sand.
http://hhz420.bandcamp.com/album/post-rap


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 No.817[Reply]

http://deaddoll.bandcamp.com/album/were-all-happy

new album

>dark ambient, industrial, glitch, noise

 No.832

yes



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 No.785[Reply]

OPN thread

 No.831

Replica/R+7/Rifts/Chuck Person are all great really



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 No.758[Reply]

Anyone listen to Coaltar of the Deepers? It's really whimsical, dreamy stuff.
Here's my favorite song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTyp-6MIjJk

 No.789

my partner loves them actually haha. you are not alone. they seem really great



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 No.716[Reply]

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 No.763[Reply]

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3fqE01YYWs

I don't think I need to expound on this - Yes, there is at least one for every planet and celestials of higher echelons. This is jupiter.

And this is mars.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PseSJoicfrg

Almost all of these sound like they'd fit the YN soundtrack. Hear for yourself!

 No.764

Have a Saturn as well - this one sounds more like it belongs into .flow.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sh2-P8hG5-E



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 No.665[Reply]

 No.666

That was pretty good, nice job!

 No.667

>>666
Thank you very much for listening..

 No.730

I like it, thanks for sharing it.

 No.755

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>>665
I like it, but I wouldn't call it a song… an instrumental?



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