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Check out the latest album from the Musikians!!

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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

 No.31502


 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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 No.31568[Reply]

>According to a report from Buzzfeed News, Kelly has been imprisoning women in a sex cult and supposedly abusing them physically to make them stay in it. Music journalist Jim DeRogatis has reportedly verified these rumors with three former members of Kelly's entourage. In fact, the parents of one 19-year-old singer from Atlanta claim that, after meeting Kelly because she thought it would help her career, they've received two texts from her in the span of year and fear for her safety, especially at the hands of the “Bump 'N Grind” singer.

>This is the nor the first time Kelly has been tagged with allegations of sexually deviant behavior. In 2008, he was acquitted of all charges in a child pornography case, after he had been accused of making a sex tape with an under-age girl. The jury could not confirm the identity of the girl in the video, therefore making the evidence in that case inconclusive.


>No official word has come out from Kelly or his representatives on these new “sex cult” allegations.


http://www.hotnewhiphop.com/r-kelly-is-reportedly-keeping-women-captive-in-an-abusive-sex-cult-news.35128.html

 No.31612

Who else here waiting for a trapped in the closet musical on broadway?



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 No.31429[Reply]

experimenting with musikchan edition
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 No.31596

>>31589
Fats Waller is cool

 No.31597

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What are some cool dark jazz stuff I should check out? I tried Bohren & der club of gore and Kiliminjaro dark jazz assemble and I want more (but that would be more jazz and less ambient I guess)

 No.31607

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Who /yass/ here?

 No.31608

>>31607
Whats the difference?

 No.31609

>>31608
>Yass (jass) is a Polish music style from late 1980 that mixes jazz, improvised music, techno, punk rock, and folk. This style began in Gdańsk and Bydgoszcz. The term was coined by Tymon Tymański, a double-bass and guitar player from Gdansk, who wanted to stress the novelty of the new style.

Sounds like an awful idea to me.



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 No.31602[Reply]

DUDE WEED and Bieber have not given it a great rec but anyone else here like music from Central America, Caribbean and South America?

Local styles, not just pop/rock.


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 No.31578[Reply]

what you think of koto music ?
sorry bad english I am learn

 No.31579

I think it's really awesome. Please post some good koto music

 No.31585

I have never heard of this style of music before, care to post some recommendations?

 No.31601

>>31578
Whats whitey playing? Guzheng?



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 No.31598[Reply]

What are your favourite pieces?
Who are you favourite performers?

Were chamber music ensembles just 17th century bands?


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 No.31557[Reply]

>tfw no more production board
Let's get some production talk going.

What are y'all working on?

 No.31567

Still making new music in Caustic.

 No.31593

Reposting some tips I had given earlier:

Gain staging is when you turn down all of your individual track's levels to a low one, commonly -18dB or -12dB. If you add -6dB headroom on top of that , your audio can't clip, as it will do if it hits 0dB. That leaves you with 12dB of space of creative decisions.

Choose a sound in your track that is going to be the focal one. If anything you add detracts from its power, there's conflict. This is a decent way to ensure balance and cohesiveness in your mix.

Subbass frequencies need to be louder in your mix than the rest, by about 4-6dB. Since this is often the loudest thing in your mix, you can use it for reference when mixing the rest of your track. Look up the Fletcher curve. It's like the frequency response chart of the human ear, haha. Highs are often lower than you'd think in the mix, and lastly, try not to make the midrange too occupied, which typically stops at around 10kHz

When you're adding wide sounds or stereo width to a track, remember to keep something going on in the middle of your stereo image. This way your mix will sound even bigger! We just need something for reference when there's a lot of big sounds going on. You don't want a gap in your track's stereo field - that's just ugly

1/2

 No.31594

In case you don't know what clipping is… clipping is your audio distorting because it has peaks in the waveform exceeding 0dB. It can be inaudible at first, but you don't want it, as it is unwanted, uncontrolled distortion on your sound. One that can become very apparent and annoying when playing a track on consumer audio devices, or when your track is being processed by a mixing or mastering engineer. So do your sound a favor and give your track headroom, -6dB is a common level

Try completely lowering the volume of your hihats all the way to silent, then gradually increase the volume as the rest of the music plays. You'll find yourself hearing it on incredibly low levels already

Don't forget to sidechain your kick into your bass, as there can't be multiple things going on in the bass range, which is commonly agreed to be from 0 to 150Hz. More than one simple waveform will usually cause something called phase cancellation, which is where two sounds adding up will taking away volume from each other. That, or the sum of the two will make bass unpleasantly overpowering and/or lose focus, which we know as muddy bass. 2/2



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 No.31424[Reply]

Turntable music
EAI
Onkyo
Glitch
Lowercase
Electroacoustic
Free Improvisation

You like?

 No.31433

In general, yeah. Haven't been listening to too much lately, but by way of The Shadow Ring, I've been getting back into Graham Lambkin lately.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cVfZtQzRgqw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEDc7gk4o2Q


I remember really liking this album when I was more into this stuff. Can't find it lately to download again though:

https://www.discogs.com/Ignaz-Schick-Martin-T%C3%A9treault-Live-33-45-78/release/2031513

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>>31433
Not heard that one, will do some digging about today and see if I can find it, Martin rarely does any wrong.

This latest from eRikm is great as ever too, can UL later when I have 5

 No.31459

back to the 4chan rym circlejerk turny

 No.31588

>>31459
I don't even RYM



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 No.31576[Reply]

>Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington has committed suicide … TMZ has learned.

>Law enforcement sources tell us the singer hanged himself at a private residence in Palos Verdes Estates in L.A. County. His body was discovered Thursday just before 9 AM.


>Chester was married with 6 children from 2 wives.


>The singer struggled with drugs and alcohol for years. He had said in the past he had considered committing suicide because he had been abused as a child by an older male.


>Chester was very close with Chris Cornell, who himself committed suicide by hanging in May. Today would have been Cornell's 53rd birthday. Chester wrote an open letter to Chris on the day of Chris' suicide.


>The band has had a string of hits over the years, including "Faint," "In the End" and "Crawling." Linkin Park crossed music genres, collaborating with Jay-Z.


>The band's album, "Meteroa," was one of the biggest alternative albums in music history.


>Bennington was 41.

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 No.31586

We miss you, Chester.



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