what the fuck janitor?
>janitor deletes civil thread with zero shitposters because of a movie that makes him butthurt
>new thread is going to be swarmed with shitposters
good going you retarded faggot that's doing it for free
people were discussing /bleep/ related movies yesterday and then the janitor swooped in and deleted and banned all those posts and posters (even posts talking about movie soundtracks). just now he deleted /bleep/'s most on-topic thread in a long time simply because it starts off with a mention of a movie.
shit is like Criminal Justice Bill Act all over again
who #latenightbleepproducing here?
most of them aren't even worth keeping around truthfully. ableton's stock tools are top notch. sampler and operator are incredible, no need for most of that shit. especially the drum programs, like whats the point?
but if you use them, more power to u.
wait lemme guess
>hurrr durrr y aren't you using $300,000 worth of vintage gear
>why isn't your workflow the same as mine?? whaaaa
Well if I didn't use them then I wouldn't have them installed....
I'm honestly baffled as to how autistic people get when they see other people's battlestations. As if there is a "right" way to do things
Excuse me, could you please stop being so mean?
4chan is my only means of social interaction and this is where I have to spend my life, I think we'd both be happier if next time you had something mean to say you said nothing at all.
I know you're right to feel your emotion, but letting it fester on this image-board will only intensify your negative emotions.
Sasu Ripatti uses cheap Soviet machine drums
There is no "right" way to do things.
Also, suck my automation lane dick, faggot
Shitting on his tracks doesn't make your tracks any better.
NEW BARKER AND BAUMECKER WHEN??????
This is massive faggotry. All the dance music scenes were built on uneducated guys using shitty gear with average proficiency. The real heroes are whoever the people were that had to mix/master that stuff to cut the vinyls.
>clipping on every channel
Because you're just expressing your opinion on what should be in a track based on what you value in electronic music. Whether that be analogue equipment, amazing melodies, maybe you prefer tracks that are made primarily of samples, maybe you prefer other stuff.
That doesn't change anything about his tracks, nor does it yours.
>All the dance music scenes were built on uneducated guys using shitty gear with average proficiency. The real heroes are whoever the people were that had to mix/master that stuff to cut the vinyls.
confirmed for knowing fuck all about techno music
link for u if u want it
Various Artists - Slowly Exploding: 10 Years of Perc Trax 2004 - 2014  [Compilation] @ V0
>noise, techno, industrial
He doesn't have to. You're supposed to talk about bleeps in here. The production thread is that way
Definitly feeling this, worth following I've never heard anything like this produced in 2013.
I haven't been listening to too much new stuff lately, but I did find this fucking gem today. Danced around my room for an hour.
Saw Theo Parrish a few years back. His turntables were vibrating and making the music skip. So he goes to the bathroom, grabs rolls of toilet paper and uses them as pillows under the turntable's legs.
You know I bet it pisses him off when people say stuff like this.
Too much celebrity
Imo, your name shouldn't sell venues your music should. I hear a million people say they Theo Parrish live but I don't even know what he spins nowa-days.
IMHO, His live sets and his productions aren't really related. You don't know what he'll spin really. It could be chicago/detroit house, afrobeat or brash disco.I've heard people say MCDE bites on his style but Theo is way more afrocentric.
Theo mixed The Police, Fela Kuti and some Detroit Techno...back to back. It was ace
Chill out, bro. Everybody I know who likes Theo doesn't really "worships" him. I mean, he has an eclectic taste and the max can fucking mix. It's more of a "I wonder what Theo will mix tonight".
Pretty different from typical Dj worship
>inb4 Ishkur's comic
I've danced to and heard a good number of his sets and I think the next comparable DJ would be someone like Marcellus Pittman, where you can get lots of obscure black r&b house tracks and weird edits.
Post GOAT 2014 Garage:
but you will
not many are based in long island at all tho. ron pies lived in brooklyn, and the label was based out of brooklyn before making a stint in france. (think they're back in ny currenty)
but yeah, LIES roster includes producers from all over the place.
is this the average disclosure fan
big one https://what.cd/torrents.php?id=72831636&torrentid=31821280
no disx is
tee is quite nice as well: http://www.millionhands.net/collections/clothing/products/r-s-graze-dusky-mint-on-black-tee
what would be a good night to wear this to? obviously one doesn't wear an r&s tee to an r&s night. maybe like a grime ting or something
ye it's nice. i'm going this the day before as well, haha http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?648622
all in one weekend
i've enjoyed the bug when i've seen him live
strangely, i've not seen blawan before so he's probably the person i'm looking most forward to. is he really that bad? his mixes that i've heard sound a'ight
blawans not bad at all
I saw him at dimensions and there were a fair few reactionary fucks making a point of showing how they didnt enjoy what i'm sure they call 'meme techno' but it was a good set
It is "deep house". I know this is isn't the best example, but it will do. I've heard "truer" tracks use similar sounds and I just can't figure it out.
https://soundcloud.com/jauzofficial/feelthevolume (skip to 1:00)
How do I make those "wonky" wobble bass a lot of people use in jackin/"deep house"?
All I find on Youtube and other places is shitty basic pluck tutorials over and over again.
i'd checked RA mate, none of them look great/i'm already going to them. I was more wondering if anyone knew any low key events they're going to that weren't on the radar (which I probably should've specified)
if youre not on massive, the daft filter is essentially a 2 pole low pass (aka the gradient of the bit where the filter cutoff is is not very steep) with slightly altered resonance and some distortion
cheeky little smile going on ere m8