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Are there any headphones that sound good enough but are also shit enough to hide poor mastering. Basically, what would you recommend for gritty, rough mastered albums 36 Chambers and lo-fi shit like black metal and vapourwave.
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Huh
I guess Apple earbuds dude
>listening to vaporwave
>spelling it vapourwave

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ITT: we support, follow, share, and give constructive criticism to eachother on various websites for music sharing such as Bandcamp, Soundcloud, Youtube, and more.

Post a link to your site(s) and other anons follow/share/give feedback.

People who post links and shill themselves after 5-10 posts without participating in any feedback/discussion are unwelcome and should be ignored.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vx21ktilDDs
>absurdist funk and bro latin
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https://postelvis.bandcamp.com/album/post-elvis
>alt pop
>disco punk
>noise pop???

>>73043664
I like this so far. gonna listen later, I like break stuff though. might reccomend using a different break drum though, experiment around with other samples

>>73042887
this is okay for Lo-fi, but honestly you should invest in some actual gear. using albeton stock sounds is fine though I use them all the time

>>73042808
will listen later because I always like those slow beats with those goddamn nice voice and harp samples.
seriously please share those samples because they're super fucking nice


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>>73033769
>>73043664
hell yeah you guys
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>>73044667
I WANT TO BE AN INCOGNITO MAN

awesome
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>>73044803
lol thanks mate

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More like this?
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>>73042987
What the hell. In the 70's no one was calling ELO a Beatles rip off. OP. Most of ELO's early discog is like Out of the Blue. Face the Music, New World Record. to name 2.
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Time is their best album.
>those Ticket to the Moon vocals
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>>73044515
mr blue sky is literally a day in the life
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>>73044682
a day in the life - martha my dear
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In the 70's the Beatles were not the scred cow they are today. Sure they were still considered great but their true musical influence was not yet known. Like in 1973 when Led Zep was breaking all of the Beatles concert attendance records it was being speculated that Led Zep might be the next "Beatles". I don't recall anyone referring to "A Day in the Life" when Mr Blue Sky was single being played on the radio.

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ITT: Post the album you're listening to, and assume something about others based on what they're listening to.
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>>73043049
Went through a metal phase in high school
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>>73044092
You grew up in a somewhat rural suburban area
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>>73044430
Correct
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>>73044092
is bipolar
>>73043897
you wear wayfarer sunglasses a lot
>>73043865
camping is one of your hobbies
>>73043834
you love street lights
>>73043782
you post on instagram
>>73043744
you're a very tough nut to crack
>>73043565
you suck

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Can taught me that the coathanger should be upside down
Henry Cow taught me that violence completes the partial mind
This Heat taught me that two plus two equals four, and four plus four equals eight
David Thomas taught me that a monster is an imaginary animal compounded of incongruous elements
The Residents taught me that smelly tongues look just as they feel
Faust taught me that nobody knows if it really happened
So here's a question for the rest of my generation, what has your music taught you?

Thumbs up if you keep the true spirit of mallgoth alive
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Nice post t. avantman
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Nihilist Spasm Band taught me Canada's dead, Russia's old and France is nuts
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>>73044263
Pearls Before Swine taught me that we live suspended in each other's mind.
Frank Zappa taught me the ugliest part of your body is your mind.
Bob Dylan taught me that the sad-eyed prophet says that no man comes.
The Pop Group taught me that western values mean nothing to her.
Leonard Cohen taught me that the duty of lovers is to tarnish the golden rule.
The Velvet Underground taught me that ermine furs adorn the imperious.
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>>73044824
And this post taught me your a faggot
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>>73044843
You're *

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~NO SOUNDCLOUDS ALLOWED~
~NO SOUNDCLOUDS ALLOWED~
~NO SOUNDCLOUDS ALLOWED~
~NO SOUNDCLOUDS ALLOWED~
~NO SOUNDCLOUDS ALLOWED~

(Obligatory mixing course)
>The Art of Mixing by David Gibson
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEjOdqZFvhY

(Obligatory synthesis course + additional related videos)
>Intro to Synthesis by New York School of Synthesis
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=atvtBE6t48M

YouTube channels that you should subscribe to:

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>>73043581
cool ty!
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>>73043597
i'm pretty sure that was two people unless i forgot about making the first post desu <.<
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>>73043671
U got memed on Senpai
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>>73044126
I know what he meant it was just banter baka
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>>73035305
Those sort of sites, especially if you go for the cheap option, are full of pajeets who can barely do what they are saying they can and just try to wing it.

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What do you guys think of methcore? It is a music genra I stumbled upon some days ago that I think is quite whacko.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_04BGXTOWk
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the hell is that? checking out my anus biggot!
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fucking love it

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Why did rock never reach the heights, quality and variety of jazz?
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>>73040058

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>>73044337
what?
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>>730444
>jazz was soul
what?

Soul music is a popular music genre that originated in the United States in the late 1950s and early 1960s. It combines elements of African-American gospel music, rhythm and blues and jazz.

Rhythm and blues is a genre of popular African-American music that originated in the 1940s. The term was originally used by record companies to describe recordings marketed predominantly to urban African Americans, at a time when "urbane, rocking, jazz based music with a heavy, insistent beat" was becoming more popular.
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>>73039217
Is this a youtube comment
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>>73044337

wow.

ladies and gentleman, this is how ignorant your average /mu/ "music fan" is.

jazz can use literally ANYTHING. there is orchestral jazz, there is electronic jazz, there is jazz with acoustic and electric guitar, etc. jazz albums can feature anywhere from just one to a dozen or more players in an ensemble.

jazz is not nearly as limited as the typical rock band format.

this is grimes
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>>73043706
>we
there were a bunch of idiots, most of them that didn't even hear a single note of her music. sheep.
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>>73044646
yeah you team grimes are so clever with your personas
I know its the same loser freinds over and over trying to cause a stir
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look at the unique posters before you think grimes threads are actually genuine
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34 is really high for a grime thread
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>>73044646
Anon, if John Lennon's and JFK's obsessors had been content with photo album making, then they'd both probably still be alive.

Post the chart of the albums you adore in the last couple of weeks
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Hunky Dory and Old Dogs
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>>73042935
Seriously dude there's more to music beyond /mu/core
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>>73043584
But what's the point in considering something that has a 0.2% chance of being true?
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>>73043768
God I haven't seen the bends on this board for a very long time

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>hip-hop that has eastern samples/influence that ISN'T Wu-Tang Clan-related
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>>73039289
Anything like the Silent Hill 2 OST

Dark and melancholic ambient/instrumentals that still manage to sound pretty in their own way
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>>73043992
Red krayola - parable of arable land
Pärson sound - pärson sound
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>>73044199
Gas-Narkopop
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Good pop music with a female singer. I've already listened to EMOTION, Night Time My Time, Art Angels and After Laughter
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More like Third Ear Band.

>>73043992
The United States of America, some Krautrock...
>>73043838
Can- Future Days

"The Vapors - Turning Japanese" is about fapping so much your eyes turn slanty.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LR4XNqrqxrU

*Madness - Embarrassment* is about a sister who slept with a nigger.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P23Gqn6y8AI

"The Boomtown Rats - I Don't Like Mondays" is about 16-year-old Brenda Ann Spencer shooting at a school playground. Her explanation was "I don't like Mondays. This livens up the day"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Kobdb37Cwc
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Embarrassment is actually about old racist parents shaming their daughter for having a black dude's kid, but whatever
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When Lars Ulrich auditioned for Metallica, he only had $11 to his name. When the band got their first paychecks, the first thing that James Hetfield bought was a car. Lars Ulrich bought a hot dinner.
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Madness - House of Fun is about buying condoms

>>73044022
This. OP worded it like Madness were skinheads or something.

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>be jewish
>go to brother's bar mitzvah in jacksonville with family
>they hire a fucking rapper to perform
>he sounds like a stereotypical jew, raps about the lord
>he plays one song
>goes fucking hard but still sounds like a jew
>"oy vey fuck off christian cunts, oy vey always storming our fronts."
>get hyped and into it

>tfw you come feel the ill in oys
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>>73044684
Jews don't call God "Lord" though, that's a Christian thing. Hmm, really makes you think
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>>73044684
>be jewish
stopped there
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Good thing we have a bunch of new janitors!!!
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>>73044705
>>73044708
>>73044712
>>73044714
>>73044723
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>>73044746
>>73044758
Pathetic.
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>>73044769
>>73044769
>>73044769
>>73044769.
>>73044769
>>73044769
>>73044769
>>73044769.
Pathetic

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3x3, 4x4, 5x5 thread
Rate, rec and talk music
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>>73043612
+Midori
+Tricot
+Melt-Banana
+++Fishman

Will check out 385, also what do you think about new Sufjan Steven and Fleet Foxes?
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>>73043971
I need to listen to Planetarium more. I liked it a lot, but it's too dense for me to properly judge yet. There's a lot going on. Crack Up is incredible though. Great headphones album and definitely one of the best releases this year.
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>>73042967
listen to boris' other albums
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>>73043612
>Which Vein is that?

the one with 12 tracks.

it was actually my first time hearing it. gotta be honest, was a bit underwhelmed. especially because i had just listened to pink immediately beforehand.
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>>73042827
hello pop
>>73043453
hello mr mu/core/
>>73043135
hello fellow brownie

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Paul > John = George > Ringo

Thank you and goodnight!
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>Pete best >EVERYONE ELSE
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George Martin>>>>>>>>>>>>George Harrison>John>Paul>Ringo



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