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Submit to The Musikians' 25th album!

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Lyrics thread
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 No.31410

MUSE SICK (SIC) MUSE SICK (SIC) MUSE SICK (SIC) MUSE SICK (SIC) MUSE SICK (SIC) MUSE SICK (SIC) MUSE SICK (SIC) MUSE SICK (SIC) MUSE SICK (SIC) MUSE SICK (SIC) MUSE SICK (SIC) MUSE SICK (SIC) MUSE SICK (SIC) MUSE SICK (SIC) MUSE SICK (SIC) MUSE SICK (SIC) MUSE SICK (SIC) MUSE SICK (SIC)

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 No.31636

He said that god takes care of himself, god takes care of himself, and you of you

 No.31637

drunk drivers…
Drunk Drivers…
DRUNK DRIVERS…
~
IT DOESN'T HAVE TO BE LIKE THIIIIS

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 No.31635[Reply]

Post em


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 No.31522[Reply]

What is the balance of hardware/software like in your music?

Do you prefer one method over the other?

How well do the two worlds integrate for you?

 No.31523

>balance
100% software at present

>preference

i like the flexibility of software, I dont see any real benefit to having hardware other than having tangible objects to interact with, which can be inspiring

>integration

when i did have more hardware i always found that it did not mix well with softsynths. this is probably attributable to my lack of mixing skills at the time

 No.31524

>What is the balance of hardware/software like in your music?
100% software and likely to stay this way, unless instruments count as hardware.

>Do you prefer one method over the other?

Yes, I strongly prefer software. I'm lost without Ableton.

>How well do the two worlds integrate for you?

I haven't even touched the hardware side, haha

 No.31525

I totally prefer hardware. My favorite way of recording is just with my mic instruments and audacity. But maybe hardware/software is a moot point when you simply prefer using physical instruments (I mean, is that really /hardware/?)

It really depends on what you're working on though. I also like making mashups, mixes and remixes with dj software, and that's 100 percent on my computer

 No.31632

I prefer having more hardware. I like to collect keyboards and speakers. Currently i have 7 sets of speakers, and 3 keyboards in my room. The reason i dont have a lot of software is because im terrible at mixing, so I like to spend more time playing than recording.

I dont really integrate the two worlds that much, only one of my keyboards can even be hooked up to my computer.



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 No.31512[Reply]

Post & rate em
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 No.31519

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Is this a battle station?

 No.31520

>>31519
Yup! What's up with the missing strings though?

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Here is my current set up.

 No.31628

>>31615
Very nice!

I would post my current setup, but it's a mess lol



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 No.31488[Reply]

Does musikchan like the blues? What are some good albums to check out?

 No.31489

Yeah, I like some blues

The Complete Robert Johnson
Anything by Robert Pete Williams
Skip James - Today!
Mississippi John Hurt - Today!
Taj Mahal - Mo' Roots
Rising Sons - S/T
James Booker - Resurrection of the Bayou Maharajah
Nick Gravenites - My Labors (there's probably some good Janis Joplin that sounds just like this, but I don't know which album's best)

Blind Willie Johnson is more gospel, but also pretty great

all very highly recommended

 No.31600

>>31489
What are the recordings of these like?

My only issue with the blues is it often sounds so shit.

 No.31619

>>31600
I rarely am annoyed by recording quality so I often don't notice it much either. Both albums called Today, Mo Roots and Rising Sons, and My Labors are all well recorded though iirc, some RPW is too

 No.31621

>>31619
Alrighty then, must have just been a really shitty quality Robert Johnson recording I had then.

 No.31625

>>31621
No, those recordings /are/ in fact pretty bad. Amazing music, though



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 No.31610[Reply]

What's the most similar post-punk album to this?

 No.31618

I have a friend who always compares Amebix to Joy Division. Never really listened to much Amebix, is he right?

 No.31624

>>31618
Just listened to Monolith, not even close



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 No.31280[Reply]

What do you listen to when you want to get your groove on?

Funk, soul, bleeps, latin, whatever…

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For dancing, I mainly dig dubstep, electro house, bass house, glitch hop and electro swing. I listen to a lot of styles though and even like it when tracks go multi-style.

Some favorites are: Varien, Dodge & Fuski, Habstrakt, Skism, xKore, TheFatRat, Haywyre, Au5, Far Too Loud, Laszlo, Madeon, Nitro Fun, Pegboard Nerds, Rezonate, Stephen Walking, Wilkinson, Rotersand, Caravan Palace, Fox Stevenson, Stan SB, Feed Me, Apoptygma Berzerk, Ephixa and The Orb.

>mfw listening to Habstrakt remixing Feed Me

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Opinions of Automaton?

Not a fan tbh

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 No.31587

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New Allergies is great (except the tracks ruined with rapping).

https://www.kudosrecords.co.uk/release/jal248cd/the-allergies-push-on.html

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Academic, classical and experimental only, early edition.

Favourite artists?
Favouite works?

Genius or just a pretty face?

 No.31611

Cage > Stocky

 No.31613

>>31611
Cage isn't electronic tho

 No.31617

>>31611
nah
Stockhausen is a freak. He's unique, inconsistent, and shitty at certain aspects of composition. However, at his best, he's amazing. Cage on the other hand is so obsessed with certain philosophical and musical ideas that his music maybe seems unique (and is important, I'll admit) but he's really just the poor man's version of the other New York composers he was associated with. He has many good compositions, but nothing great.



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 No.31616[Reply]

Huge fan of this guy ever since I heard The Black Saint


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 No.31497[Reply]

I'm looking for music to be played during my wedding ceremony while the forms are being signed. Music for walking down the aisle and back up again is sorted, and in both instances is orchestral. We've been recommended to have a short piece of music (around 5 minutes) while the paperwork is signed. I figured that full blown orchestral music was a bit much for this, and rock/pop music with vocals would sound too cheesy and out of place, so I'm looking for either solo piano or chamber music that would fit the bill.
I've been listening to some pieces that I thought might be suitable, but I realise now that most of the pieces that have stood out to me over the years sound way too melancholic for a wedding.

Some pieces that I like:

Debussy - Claire de Lune (Google says this is popular at weddings, but it seems too melancholic to me)
Debussy - Reflets Dans l'eau (Possibly my favourite at the moment)
Satie - Gymnopedies (Definitely too melancholic)
Chopin - Nocturne No. 2
Grieg - Peace of the Woods

 No.31499

play an excerpt of Bluebeard's Castle

JK, congrats though

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 No.31504

I don't have any suggestions, but congratulations man!

 No.31505

Congrats. My suggestion would be to not get too far from the tried and true unless the piece really has a lot of meaning to you.


Claire de Lune is probably good for some background music as everyone knows it. Skip the Satie. Chopin has a ton of good stuff, do you mean Op. 9 no. 2? That one is great.

 No.31614

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zSHwX2O7j2w

Liszt's Un Sospire? There's a dope harp version, too.



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