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Old music thread is slipping

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this made me feel stuff, pls enjoyee /nen/ (´ω`)


got reminded of hjfreaks and rewatched half his videos


I'm glad he's doing well.


I thought it was gonna be one of the piano pieces on the anime, but goresh*t is nice too.

Maybe you will like some of Breakbeat Heartbeat if you don't already listen and also some stuff on The Worst label and some others.


Drinking with Screw





Do you like tpazolite too?







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Dug out my phonograph for the first time in over 5 years. I compared a 320 kbps mp3 to the original and the original really does sound better.


I did just find another mp3 that sounds better than the first though.


What kind of turntable?


Listening to 45s at 33 rpm is a spiritual experience.

It's a Garrard GT-25P. I actually looked it up earlier today and it seems it maybe isn't a great product but idk



I'm not familiar with that manufacturer but I looked at some video of it and the platter seems kind of wonky. I'm sure it's still pretty great, especially when compared to the cheap plastic turntables that are manufactured today.

An important component of any turntable is the cartridge you use. It's the actual transducer that converts the kinetic energy from the needle dragging through the groove to weak electrical impulses. If the cartridge is old and dirty the music quality will be bad. If the preamp you use is also very old, failing or out of spec electrolytic capacitors in the unit can affect the sound quality greatly. Those only last about 20 odd years.

One of the best things about vinyl isn't that they necessarily sound better (they have loads of little things that affect the quality like groove burn, dust and scratches) but instead the mastering that vinyl has. Vinyl mastering is historically better than the digital mastering used on many CDs. That's the real reason to use vinyl. Many old albums simply are better mastered for the vinyl release than corresponding CD one. This isn't always true though. Newer CDs that are well mastered should sound fantastic.

I can't comment on MP3 quality, but if the source of the transcode is good, there should be minimal artifacting introduced by the algorithm.


I got it for Christmas a few years ago so I didn't buy it, but my parents said the guy they bought it from set everything up so I assume it had a new cartridge and stylus.
>One of the best things about vinyl isn't that they necessarily sound better (they have loads of little things that affect the quality like groove burn, dust and scratches) but instead the mastering that vinyl has.
Yeah I've heard that. From what I understand it's because of the objective limitations of the format that required better mastering, but you probably wouldn't want to listen to something like Death Grips on vinyl because it's literally too loud and wouldn't be able to be mastered properly on vinyl. Or something like that.


A CD should theoretically be better than an LP but for the majority of older releases the crappy mastering, digital signal processing and obsolete, rudimentary capture hardware used means that isn't always true. Vinyl can easily be surpassed by higher quality digital formats now but the novelty of playing and owning an LP I don't think can be beaten.


Relaxing with nitroplus songs on shuffle




sugoi music video



do you have more like these


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I'm not sure, I have a few songs in my relaxing playlist that includes SABBATH.
If you're asking for more electronicy piano relax tunes though most of mine sound more like regular piano tunes.


The closest thing I can think of is red glowing dust from the eve online soundtrack which is in the embed. A few other things I'm reminded of that you may enjoy would be "sweet pain" and "tenderness" from the ping pong soundtrack, gosui ni tarasu tsuri ito from the NHK soundtrack. I can upload these if you have trouble finding them. There's also some yoshihisa nagao songs from the mizukage records compilations http://www.mzkg.net/, which might have other good stuff in there but I haven't listened to a lot of it. For general atmosphere you might like these videos

It's hard to find things that have that really nice combination of texture, bass, and low bpm.


Oh I forgot about Kashiwa Daisuke, he has a lot of songs that would fit in that playlist.




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I made a music but no idea what genre it would be or if it's even good. I feel like it's missing something.


I was listening to this on my way to work today and I enjoyed it. Made me feel like I was getting through the last dungeon in some old snes or ps1 rpg.


It sounds to me almost like something they call dungeon synth, but faster.


what software did you use?


I'm glad you enjoyed it I've made a few more touch ups like extending some notes and adding an ending because I feel the song ended a bit to abruptly. It's not quite done though.

I have never heard of that genre so I looked into and it does sound similar, I'm going to use some of what I heard for inspiration.
If you're wondering I have the base BPM of mine set at 130 which lead be to think I made some kind of house song since that genre hovers around 125-135 BPM. (I think.)

I use a mix of Reaper, Mixcraft Pro 8, Melodyne, Markus Schwenk's Midi Editor and sometimes Goldwave.
In this song's case I used Midi Editor, Reaper and Mixcraft only.



I was about to turn to nen to hopefully find this song but I finally managed to find it with vgmdb and warosu! What I wouldn't give to hear another song by kirinagi...





What tools do I need if I want to try my hands at making my own music. I have no instruments besides my run down computer.


I suggest playing around with FL Studio. It's pretty easy to get into and it also has a bunch of useful features for the more advanced stuff.
The demo version has all of the same features as the full version, except it doesn't let you load your saved projects, so if you want to create something you have to do it in one session.


I hear reaper is pretty good and the full version is basically free minus a nag screen. There's musescore if you're trying to do notation. You could even try mario paint. An instrument isn't required to make music these days.


Thank you /nen/frens, I'm not very smart but I will try FL Studio and the other softwares recommended.


Give it your best shot!


love moody piano songs like this


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I missed both of your posts before but I wanna check those out now
I realized a bit more what that song made me feel, but its sad so spoilers
It reminds me of my friends on /jp/ who opened portals. I hope they made it through safe.

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