Anyone here play or want to learn an instrument?
It helps with so fucking much, if you enjoy music.
To be honest, in my case, i didn't suicided yet because it rains alot where i live. Playing music while it rains it's a fucking awesome part of life.
What instruments do you play, and wich genres do you like?
>Acoustic guitar, Drums and occasionally Vocals reporting in
> I like mainly deep, emotional music. This means classic, chillstep, or even black/death metal and its sub genres.
Drums, guitar/bass, synths and vocals here. Also compose and program a lot of music...
Been playing the piano for about 4 or 5 years now. Tried guitar for a bit but it didn't work out, might try it again once I get my bearings again on the keyboard.
Musical tastes are somewhat diverse. Some of my favorite genres are classical, electronic dance and dj, contemporary and neo classical, alternative pop rock, and so on.
Played bass years ago
Started playing again and wish I realized how good I was
I wouldn't say I really have specific genres that I like but the music that I do like is generally progressive (hue) and/or makes alternative use of instruments
Used to play piano, flute and a few others. Then drugs. Now no more drugs but I forgot everything.... Starting fresh on a brand new Washburn. I have no exp with guitars but its a lot of fun.
I'm gonna pitch my boss letting me use space and equipment to have like a jam night for people in the city. I hope he goes for it :3
I'm a mediocre drummer and a bad guitarist.
I like Trip-Hop (Tricky, Dj Shadow, Martina,Topley Bird, massive Attack, Bjork), Synthpop (La Roux, CHVRCHES, T.swift, Studio Killers, Gorillaz) and Alternative/indie rock (Radiohead, Bloc Party, Blur, Franz Ferdinand, Arctic Monkeys, Modest Mouse, Royal Blood). I also like NIN. So yeah, every /mu/tant ever.
Hi Anon357 possibly
Music is about all I do. I play trumpet, trombone, french horn, bass, bassoon, and piano on the regular, but I also can play tuba, clarinet, alto sax, and drums in a pinch. (I'm genderqueer biscum if you're looking for a demographic.)
I like how honest you are
>Radiohead, Blur, Royal Blood
Tbh, in my opinion of course, there are awesome. Nice musical taste.
I'm a somewhat good drummer, bad guitarrist/eletric g, bad bassist, extremely bad pianist.
I've learned these instruments just to have a "base" on how they work, so i could help a bit in my band. I only ever play these when one of the band members are sick and the song is easy.
I like anything to be honest. I stick mostly to all kinds of rock (since grunge to trash/death), but jazz, blues, funk, classical, eletronic. Every of these got nice songs.
I guess I would like try violin, piano, guitar, and drums. I've barely touched my keyboard though, because fundamentals are boring and I have no teacher to pose a financial incentive to work hard. My elementary school also gave me violin classes for a year, but when the instrument music teacher (there was also a vocal teacher) asked me if I wanted another year of instruction, I said no because we didn't learn shit. I didn't know what treble, clef, staff, scale, chord, sharp, flat, stacato, legato, or etc. were. All I can remember having been taught were the names of some instruments, DoReMi, and classifications of instruments, such as strings, percussion, and wind.
As a kid, I kind of wanted to play the flute, too. Does that make me extra tranny?
I mostly listen to alternative rock; J-rock; J-pop; some slow, melancholic stuff;choral music