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hbxli
Aug 4, 2004

BABIES... THEY'RE BABIES

I made a sludgy industrial cover of Captain Jack because why the gently caress not

https://youtu.be/T5rcQp6y0uI

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Rupert Buttermilk
Apr 15, 2007

RowboatMan: Freezing time is an old P.I. trick...


baby puzzle posted:



why does fl studio cut out a tiny bit at the start of the track? Or maybe soundcloud is doing that.

It's likely Soundcloud, but to make sure, what does it sound like after it's exported and before it's uploaded?

Nit Wit Dog Shit
Sep 28, 2000



Toilet Rascal

hbxli posted:

I made a sludgy industrial cover of Captain Jack because why the gently caress not

https://youtu.be/T5rcQp6y0uI

Yeah "but that's the way I like it, baby."

"Ace of Spades" cover 10/10.

Nice work!

hbxli
Aug 4, 2004

BABIES... THEY'RE BABIES

Nit Wit Dog poo poo posted:

Yeah "but that's the way I like it, baby."

"Ace of Spades" cover 10/10.

Nice work!

Thanks for checking it out

Slothful Bong
Dec 2, 2018

Filling the Void with Chaos


Rupert Buttermilk posted:

It's likely Soundcloud, but to make sure, what does it sound like after it's exported and before it's uploaded?

I have this issue with any track I do that starts on the 1 - soundcloud seems to cut off the first half second or so during normal playback (though if you scrub you can get to the beginning).

It's annoying and I always forget to add a beat or two of silence first, so whatever lol.

selec
Sep 6, 2003

and don't have any kids yourself

Hi all. Released another EP of weedy hip-hop instrumentals. Heavy on samples and the boom baps.

http://drumbeats.bandcamp.com

Enjoy!

edit:

PM me if you want a download code!

selec fucked around with this message at 02:26 on Jan 7, 2020

MrSargent
Dec 23, 2003

Sometimes, there's a man, well, he's the man for his time and place. He fits right in there. And that's Jimmy T.

selec posted:

Hi all. Released another EP of weedy hip-hop instrumentals. Heavy on samples and the boom baps.

http://drumbeats.bandcamp.com

Enjoy!

edit:

PM me if you want a download code!

This is extremely my poo poo. I also make a lot of boombap beats with samples so its nice seeing someone else doing it really well. The overall production and mixing is really good man and your sampling/drums make me a bit jealous. What do you use to make beats?

selec
Sep 6, 2003

and don't have any kids yourself

MrSargent posted:

This is extremely my poo poo. I also make a lot of boombap beats with samples so its nice seeing someone else doing it really well. The overall production and mixing is really good man and your sampling/drums make me a bit jealous. What do you use to make beats?

Thanks a lot man! I have been on Ableton for about ten years now. Drums are a mix of loops and chopped stuff, whatever the track needs at that point. I will PM you a dl code.

JacquelineDempsey
Aug 6, 2008


I thought the name looked familiar, and it's because I've been working my way through the thread start to finish and recently enjoyed The John Le Carre EP!

More good stuff by you, perfect for staying in and watching the first snowfall here this year while smokin' some jazz cabbage.

AccountSupervisor
Aug 3, 2004

I am greatful for my loop pedal

selec posted:

Hi all. Released another EP of weedy hip-hop instrumentals. Heavy on samples and the boom baps.

http://drumbeats.bandcamp.com

Enjoy!

edit:

PM me if you want a download code!

This rules.

selec
Sep 6, 2003

and don't have any kids yourself

Thanks for all the love goons, appreciate it.

MrSargent
Dec 23, 2003

Sometimes, there's a man, well, he's the man for his time and place. He fits right in there. And that's Jimmy T.

This is a quick little sample-flip I did for a contest where we had to flip David Axelrod's "Holy Thursday". That track has almost infinite possibilities when it comes to sampling, but I ended up making something relatively simple and funky.

https://soundcloud.com/bradwisebeats/funk-flips

selec
Sep 6, 2003

and don't have any kids yourself

MrSargent posted:

This is a quick little sample-flip I did for a contest where we had to flip David Axelrod's "Holy Thursday". That track has almost infinite possibilities when it comes to sampling, but I ended up making something relatively simple and funky.

https://soundcloud.com/bradwisebeats/funk-flips

I like it man! Did you do the scratches on a table or w/a program or what? I have a nice pioneer CD-J Iíve used for scratches in the past but itís a pain to set up and have to burn poo poo to use so Iíve been casually keeping an eye out for something easier to work into my workflow.

MrSargent
Dec 23, 2003

Sometimes, there's a man, well, he's the man for his time and place. He fits right in there. And that's Jimmy T.

selec posted:

I like it man! Did you do the scratches on a table or w/a program or what? I have a nice pioneer CD-J Iíve used for scratches in the past but itís a pain to set up and have to burn poo poo to use so Iíve been casually keeping an eye out for something easier to work into my workflow.

Thanks! I did the scratches myself on my vinyl turntable + mixer and recorded directly into Ableton. Although I have to admit I recorded like 10 minutes of scratching to get a couple of bars that sounded halfway decent. I'm trying to practice scratching when I find time because I really like the texture it can add to beats.

selec
Sep 6, 2003

and don't have any kids yourself

MrSargent posted:

Thanks! I did the scratches myself on my vinyl turntable + mixer and recorded directly into Ableton. Although I have to admit I recorded like 10 minutes of scratching to get a couple of bars that sounded halfway decent. I'm trying to practice scratching when I find time because I really like the texture it can add to beats.

Man thatís the way to do it! I record 20 minute long keyboard jams and end up using about 8 bars of them. I should see if my CD-j has midi, I could probably get something to work with going.

IceMateria
Oct 12, 2012

Posting with love! <3


I made this when finally getting an idea of how to better but feelings into music. Chill but still needs work. Have to say though, glad my DAW could handle time signature changes. Also, the main melody instrument is a stand-in for my non-existent vocalist.


https://soundcloud.com/theredwitch/breathing-clouds

JacquelineDempsey
Aug 6, 2008


selec posted:

Man thatís the way to do it! I record 20 minute long keyboard jams and end up using about 8 bars of them. I should see if my CD-j has midi, I could probably get something to work with going.

Hey, same here! When you work with circuitbent stuff, lordknows what they're gonna puke up next, so I record long "jam" sessions and then cherry pick the good stuff. Same with field recordings, I'll just set my H2 out on, say, 4th of July/NYD to get the neighborhood fireworks, then snip the good "beats" or samples or whatever.

AccountSupervisor
Aug 3, 2004

I am greatful for my loop pedal

New track out today!

DnB bootleg of Grums "Lose Control".

https://soundcloud.com/endochrome-1...ochrome-bootleg

The original song and the album its on, "Deep State", are real good and I highly recommend checking them out.
https://open.spotify.com/track/0bqj...3RhSPlUPONSZnWg

Katt
Nov 14, 2017



I have a question I couldn't find a good thread for. When I commission music for some projects. Is there any service I can pay to help me double check that parts of what I get isn't ripped from somewhere?


I'd hate if I get a piece I like and pay for the rights to and work it into a project and then 10 months down the line it turns out to have parts ripped from some 70s anime or an indie games OST.

Mistayke
May 7, 2003

Born to eat sheetrock

Katt posted:

I have a question I couldn't find a good thread for. When I commission music for some projects. Is there any service I can pay to help me double check that parts of what I get isn't ripped from somewhere?


I'd hate if I get a piece I like and pay for the rights to and work it into a project and then 10 months down the line it turns out to have parts ripped from some 70s anime or an indie games OST.

You can use music licensing services. Here's one: htps://www.cdbabylicensing.com/

CDbaby is my publisher so I happened to have had that one handy.

internet celebrity
Jun 23, 2006



College Slice

Working on the second half of my post-rock/drone/'loving around with noise' album, would appreciate some thoughts on where it's heading

https://soundcloud.com/user-9279874...-part-2-work-in

Part 1 here if you're curious.

MrSargent
Dec 23, 2003

Sometimes, there's a man, well, he's the man for his time and place. He fits right in there. And that's Jimmy T.

Mistayke posted:

You can use music licensing services. Here's one: htps://www.cdbabylicensing.com/

CDbaby is my publisher so I happened to have had that one handy.

I think he is more asking for something that could tell if a piece of music samples copyrighted material so he doesn't pay for something only to have it removed a month later because it had a sample from some tv show in it. I don't know of anything like that and while the producer / songwriter should absolutely tell you upfront if there are uncleared samples, that doesn't always happen.

Mr. Steak
May 8, 2013

T.T.D.D.T.D.D

Thug lyfe.


music is good

Jonny Nox
Apr 25, 2008


internet celebrity posted:

Working on the second half of my post-rock/drone/'loving around with noise' album, would appreciate some thoughts on where it's heading

https://soundcloud.com/user-9279874...-part-2-work-in

Part 1 here if you're curious.

Big fan.

When you put it up on Spotify make sure you drop a link here, I don't really use spotify but I want to hear the final version.

Katt
Nov 14, 2017



MrSargent posted:

I think he is more asking for something that could tell if a piece of music samples copyrighted material so he doesn't pay for something only to have it removed a month later because it had a sample from some tv show in it. I don't know of anything like that and while the producer / songwriter should absolutely tell you upfront if there are uncleared samples, that doesn't always happen.

Yes that's it.

Artwork I can at least use google images for but I know that even Sony has been screwed when contracting ads etc by someone stealing music.

Brawnfire
Jul 13, 2004

Come play my CYOA!

Save your reality from the Constructors... then save all the rest of them.



Hi! I'm some sort of folk guitarist working slowly on my first EP. I also play some piano and just started picking up violin.

Is there a violin-specific thread or discord on this forum? I found a guitar one and a piano one, but my violin journey has been a bit on the lonesome side.

FartingBedpost
Aug 24, 2015







I posted in the Musicianís Lounge already, but hereís an album the Latin band Iím in finished up late last year:

https://open.spotify.com/album/5CDu...JRmGGutyPoDLy6A

Edit: Iím the saxophone player for the band and I arrange most of the horn lines.

Edit 2: The band is called Sol De La Noche, and weíd probably be classified into Latin Pop?

FartingBedpost fucked around with this message at 07:40 on Jan 16, 2020

hj henhemjamib
Sep 16, 2007
simply follow these steps and you be Whammin

I finally put out another album. I guess I would describe my stuff as "if Trent Reznor was Norman Cook and then he hit his head really hard":
https://jupiterskydive.bandcamp.com/album/join-us

My band also put out a single recently (I am the bassist). This is more grungy with electronics:
https://depotek.bandcamp.com/album/...your-way-single

Mistayke
May 7, 2003

Born to eat sheetrock

I put together a playlist of all my "Hits" through the last year. Slap PLAY on this bitch and just chill out.

https://soundcloud.com/tom-pellegri...s/only-the-hits

I hope you like it.

Edit: Completed a new track this morning too. https://soundcloud.com/tom-pellegri...he-arps-have-it

Mistayke fucked around with this message at 18:23 on Jan 18, 2020

So Math
Jan 8, 2013

Ghostly Clothier


Little experiment was good enough to become a song.

https://soundcloud.com/jocko-homomorphism/rancl

2DCAT
Jun 24, 2015

cyberdead.





Gravy Boat 2k

In the final stages of releasing a multi-goon collaborative effort that crosses multiple domains. I'll post more once things are officially finalized

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qf3oZkG1aNk

So Math
Jan 8, 2013

Ghostly Clothier


Trying out midi effects in Live.

https://soundcloud.com/jocko-homomo...ramid-beat-no-1

E:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=icgzqf4HxXw

So Math fucked around with this message at 22:20 on Jan 24, 2020

Tac Dibar
Apr 7, 2009



Hereís a song we made about fact resistance. Itís an unholy mess of different genres.

The Burning: ďI Donít Believe in Facts AnymoreĒ

https://youtu.be/ldyrNEZIMJM

Hereís another more synthwavy song that we even made a crappy green screen video for:

https://youtu.be/fUvdERJ8OdE

Colonel Taint
Mar 14, 2004




Here's some jams from the 5-piece pretty much all improv rock band I play bass in. I guess it would best fit into the genre of stoner rock. I also do the post-mix and don't really know what I'm doing, so quality varies but the riffs are fun:

https://drive.google.com/drive/fold...R138yTyYCk9XKwG

We're going to try to get a twitch stream up soon I guess of our sessions that happen about every 2 weeks.

Colonel Taint fucked around with this message at 15:58 on Jan 28, 2020

So Math
Jan 8, 2013

Ghostly Clothier


I wrote this for a songwriting contest. It's a scene from the Big Lebowski. https://jocko-homomorphism.bandcamp...oodmans-crowbar

Feeling pretty rusty about the singing, so here's an instrumental version, too. https://jocko-homomorphism.bandcamp...ar-instrumental

Drink-Mix Man
Mar 4, 2003

You are an odd fellow, but I must say... you throw a swell shindig.



Here's my first attempt at legit dance funk, feel free to critique:

https://soundcloud.com/eric-zak/ins...ade-in-progress

baby puzzle
Jun 3, 2011

I'll Sequence your Storm.

Drink-Mix Man posted:

Here's my first attempt at legit dance funk, feel free to critique:

https://soundcloud.com/eric-zak/ins...ade-in-progress

My issue is that the flute part went on for quite some time. I thought there wasn't going to be anything more until the big synths at the end. I almost didn't listen to the whole thing.

Drink-Mix Man
Mar 4, 2003

You are an odd fellow, but I must say... you throw a swell shindig.



baby puzzle posted:

My issue is that the flute part went on for quite some time. I thought there wasn't going to be anything more until the big synths at the end. I almost didn't listen to the whole thing.

Haha, a bunch of feedback I got before I posted this said "make the flute more prominent." Maybe I went too far in that direction. It used to be more subtle in the mix and the pads used to be more prominent, maybe I'll keep trying to find the middle ground.

owlhawk911
Nov 8, 2019


Drink-Mix Man posted:

Haha, a bunch of feedback I got before I posted this said "make the flute more prominent." Maybe I went too far in that direction. It used to be more subtle in the mix and the pads used to be more prominent, maybe I'll keep trying to find the middle ground.

more prominent and more present aren't the same thing, you could have it come in and out a little. i think they call it a break or something

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Mistayke
May 7, 2003

Born to eat sheetrock

Just completed a new track this morning.

https://soundcloud.com/tom-pellegri...takes-were-made

Thanks for checking it out as always!

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