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>'sperimental glitchy shoegaze
>I'm not a robot
raps and beats
the reposts r features
>experimental electronic / bleeps / glitch / beats / variated stuff / hip hop / etc
demos, unfinished stuff, ideas, tons of tracks.
thanks for listening guys!!
New track, returning all feedback!
>emotional, 90's, alt/indie, 5 piece band
amazing production, seriously sounds A+
nice melodies, the lead guitar kinda bugs me though, reminds me of a linkin park or melodic rock band.
>trippy psych with a heavy alt rock twist
>>weird core, freak beat, usual shit
> stoners, improv, experimental, jokes, meme noise
Welcome to our shite
>HipHop, Dreamy, Lyrical, Dope, Alternative, Progressive, 420
>folk made by an idiot
>you guys are getting real sick of my shit but w/e
at least i return feedback
>HipHop, Alt Trap, Drill, Lyrical, Dope, 420
Twitter: @iLLBREEDCorde x @_DonCasso
>Instrumental Hip-Hop / Rap / Trap / vaporwave
>HipHop, Alt Trap, Progressive, Drill, Lyrical, Dope, 420
Twitter: @iLLBREEDCorde x @_Doncasso
Working on a new track now, I return feedback.
It's pretty catchy. I return all feedback I'll go through the interesting sounding ones in the thread too.
>fast electronic piano
FIRST ONE IS HIP HOP
SECOND IS EXPERIMENTAL
>jangle pop, lo-fi, alternative
a little messy, but the melodies are really nice, i really like the layering of all the instrumentation, vocals are a little low
kinda quiet, but the lyrics and your voice are really good, keep it up
really well produced, nice job
hey i really like this. especially daydreamin. I mean, the vocals could be improved but my voice is shit so what can i say.>>52132710
>My dad deleted the files before I finished mixing
kek that's pretty hilarious
bro you nailed the resident evil tune. it sounds really nice, maybe you could EQ it a little nicer but the playing is great.
I also play piano and like to rearrange vidya music, here's song of storms I finished the other day if you'd care to listen!
>bro you nailed the resident evil tune. it sounds really nice, maybe you could EQ it a little nicer but the playing is great.
Thank you. The mixing is a bad because I am very new to FL and don't know much about mixing at all.
Heard your track and loved it. Pls procrastinate more.
>Synthesizer based trap with dark atmospheres.
I like your sound, the atmospheres are nice
Dope sound, I like demon cum a lot
Wow! Superb mix overall dude. I was honestly surprised with the quality lol... Second part after the filter sweep is so calm.
My stuff: https://soundcloud.com/luminousbalance
Hey I listened to "Lost in Thought"
The writing is gorgeous, nice vibes :#
>Various Trap/Instrumental Hip-Hop
what do you think?
>> BAY AREA// 80`S influenced
Hope you like it!
Someone asked me to do more orchestral so I tried.
Here's my first song of the month:
>future funk, vaporwave, there is no talent here
Not me, but a good homie.
>Pysch-folk, banjo, experimental hip hop
>Folk fusion, indie, bedroom symphony
>this is what i'm liking the most so far, and the production feels truly pro
thanks man, seriously that means so much! i'm always worried the songs are going to come up short because they're being ruined by bad recording and mixing techniques, so i'm glad you think to the contrary
>instrumental, chill, dream, film, nostalgic
If you have a listen let me know so i can check out your stuff
First try at dnb.
This is my first attempt to make a complete track by myself. Any advice would be fckin sweet.
ima go through and comment on here/soundcloud after i smoke a cig
Thinking of making this one public. Which drop is your favorite?
This was a fun listen, I'm glad you got your mayo. In terms of production maybe have a little more going on in the mid-high range because most of what i'm hearing is the subs.
https://soundcloud.com/z-ne the first three tracks up were all uni assignments, the rest are other tracks i've made
I listened "interests", liked the vibe.. heres my shit
> music with headroom for drums and lot of bass underneath
>Soft ambient guitar
I PROMISE IT'S WORTH LISTENING TO
Intergalactic space travel 80s tech electro detuned synth fucked meoldy pop
fun stuff i made. going serious next
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80'S REVIVAL DREAMY DANCE MUSIC BULLSHIT
>Witchouse-y dark stuff
crunchwave duo. experience the lobster prophet
I follow back
>electro singer/songwriter stuff
>active on everything i really like
Finished both a song and a painting today so I'm super duper happy.
It's pretty much what the title says.
I return feedback
>genre: imagine a boat made of charcoal
I like it! It reminds me of BMSR, but isn't too much like them. Definitely a listenable track and I don't even like instrumental electronic music all that much.
>This is kind of psychedelic-pop stuff with folk elements
A lot of covers lately from stress/writer's block aha.
For some originals
>post-rock, emo, progressive, electronic
Always love to return feedback and check out everyone else's projects, and I'll check through these now.
oh god this is becoming one of the big posts I'm sto-
i return all feedback, gonna check out you guys
this is produced and mastered pretty well, man. It makes me feel all twisty and shit, jah feel? is this considered "phuture beetz?"
this is mine: https://soundcloud.com/brain-wader
New project, no feedback yet, will return all
Any feedback is appreciated
I did this a lot. It's simple but still really catchy.
This is groovy, although not something I would usually listen to. I dig the real instruments.
I'm trying to do a little bit of everything.
>Jangle, Dream, Pop, Psych, Shoegaze, 4track
Just put out a new song!
Nice, clear production and some neat synths.
The bass synth is a little too swag for me but what do I know. I'm not saying it's redundant or bad, but I might suggest you try out a rhythm other than that thick ass hip-hop beat now that you've explored that one a bit.
Anybody and everybody feel free to check out whatever link(s) sound interesting and please don't hesitate to leave any feedback at all. Thanks.
All instruments performed by myself and recorded on my computer:
>Spacey blues rock boogie
>Post-bop, cover of a composition by jazz legend Wayne Shorter
>Slow, melancholic acoustic instrumental with haunted synths.
>BoC-esque atmospheric downtempo, created as a Logic Pro 9 project back in my senior year of high school
>compressed to shit
>synths and glitches
If you fuck with this & you spit, hmu.
I'm looking for some verses to mess around with.
I'm a fan of a tight funk rhythm. Clean playing and clear audio is also a plus. The overall style is a tiny bit corny but I dig it.
I like the raw bluesy style and the groove/jam structure. The playing is a tad rough around the edges but it would definitely still impress the musical laymen.
>Sad VHS Garage
Now that beat is fly. I just wish you were half as good at giving other people feedback.
This is a little something that I recorded a couple years ago with two buddies of mine. Other than my friend's ugly resolution on lead at the very last second and my overly subdued rhythm guitar in the mix, I think it turned out really well.
>Instrumental stoner post-rock jam
I have a lot of experience with users who say "returning feedback" and then not returning feedback. (these people usually also have a shitload of comments)
Guess what, I've been keeping a list, and checking it twice. You motherfucks keep this up and i will post it to every soundcloud thread I enter.
btw i am pinstripe trilby
Yer scaring me
This is dope, let's make a split tape brew
I've seen you recced a lot, I guess now I know why. What equipment do you use?
You're onto something, get a bit of a netmusic vibe from you.
I use Ableton for most of everything. The chiptune bits are magical 8-bit plugin, though I'd love to start using real Gameboys for that, just don't have the cash or the time to learn right now. The guitars are all my old Epiphone Les Paul Ultra that I've had since a couple years after I started playing with the exclusion of the acoustic guitar part on "Everything Will Be OK," which was a Taylor 314-CE. Everything else is just straight Ableton and VSTs I've accumulated over the years. Glad you liked my music. :D
This thread seems to be more alive than the other one, so I might as well post here too
Jesus, well produced. Vocals are on-point, guitar playing sounds great, everything is recorded well. It reminds me a lot of Andrew Jackson Jihad, which is a good thing. A+.
I don't even like trap music, but this is pretty good. Are you a fan of Blank Banshee? Air Tycoon? It reminds me of stuff like that. Overall pretty good, A-.
This is a hiphop instrumental I made today
>hip hop, instrumental, electronic
A friend of mine is hopefully going to write some lyrics for it
Any of your feedback is appreciated
first one a folkish tune solo guitar and vocals second one is a very well put together indie rock progressive jam
dreamy ...liked all the various changes thumbs up
Whats funny is that the hexagon one really reminds me of the music from the game Hexic, which is a puzzle hexagon game.
Here is what I am talking about:
I produce electronic music in Seattle, I don't really know what genre to call it, as I don't listen to a whole lot of electronic music.
Woah, I reaaally dig this. You should check out a band called Sebadoh, I think you'd like them.
Shoegaze, IDM, Breaks, Chillout
A couple of electronic? tracks and one progressive rock track. all originals. no producing or engineering skills whatsoever.
I definitely agree with the guy in the comments, it does remind me of Modest Mouse, but in a really good way.
Check out my newest track if you have the time, looking for feedback.
Daedelus//Doom flip w/ some stems daedelus threw up on sc from '05
this is insane I like all of the brass mood changes really interesting thanks for showing me this and thanks for the follow I followed back here's another track of mine
Nice, not my cup of thee, but i dig this :) Don't know the unwritten rules of future / hiphop, but maybe turn up the volume of the bass/ instruments??
>fat,ugly and abused
>downtempo, baes in my face, trap
leave me some feedback if you like my stuffff. ill try and listen to as many people on the post as possible before i ptfo
Thanks dude! Or dudette, whichever you prefer.
I really like this one too, it's almost reminiscent of some Snow Patrol, which is good I swear.
Here's another one of mine, also very recent
chill hip hop that has some 90's influence
rad band dude! Heavy influenced by alt/art rock myself so i'm totally digging' in. Followed.
check it out or not, it's cool. rock on
This is pretty interesting. I can't really say I'm a fan of prog but there's a lot of nice textures and sounds going on that are nice.
This is mine https://soundcloud.com/doomedtobloom
Gonna be live soon, any feedback welcome
Not a big fan of random noise so cant really provide any relevant feedback but I did like Les Escargots De La Mer, had som really interesting sounds and vocals/samples.
>Electronic, melodic, atmospheric, ambient, dreamy, haunting
>bunch of stuff. Usually dark.
Will return feedback.
Love your new track outro, beautiful work.Also love the birds :)
>folk or something
Please, do something with your voice. This effect sucks. But melody is really nice, i like it.
>drone, ambient, noise
its 4 am
and the things you've been fighting to repress
things regain their meaning
as you realize
the source of your pain
the black mass
at the center of your soul
and sound is the only thing that can calm it
Man, this is fucking radical. Kind of compositions I wish I could write. Keep it the fuck up man.
Also me: https://soundcloud.com/tears-of-chronus
Most recent few tracks are heavy metal, doom metal, prog./symphoniic rock, older stuff is doom metal, drone, shoegaze, other scattered shit.
I've heard some really fucking rad artists on soundcloud, reccing >>52132190 in particular. Like if these guys ever played anywhere near me I'd shell out some real money to see them, same for a few other guys I've seen on here. You just have to know where to look.
>political german rap
do you rap?
do you like this?
do you want to collaborate?
here's a chillout kinda thing I made. Kinda poor man's Royksopp/Telepopmusik-y
>literally 4 phrases
reccin. Saw your stuff in an earlier thread, good to see you're no one-hit
dope man, good to see some unique sounds in these threads
nice guitar tones
>deep, garage, tech, house etc.
This is my most recent release. Its a R&B freestyle over the instrumental of the meme rap hit CoCo by O.T. Genasis. I wanted to test out my voice over a trap beat and I'm pretty happy with how it came out.
I make mostly R&B music. Both fast paced shit for the clubs and slower more ballad-like shit. I'm only 18 so I plan on expanding my style as time goes on.
Hope y'all enjoy and please give feedback!
>dark, instrumental, chill, film
>dark, mellow & atmospheric
>good times are yet 2 come. . .
>rip bob ross
How's my guitar playing, /mu/? Rate my Acoustic Guitar improvisation, I want to know where I stand, and who to check out in terms of playing styles that might match mine.
like, comment, and follow and ill do the same on all
minimal, chillout, misc, chiptune
Your writing and arranging is pretty clever, and definitely has appeal. If I was you I would work on tweaking your sound a la synths and drum samples themselves- I would say it [your sound design specifically] really has that beginner soundcloud vibe (something I struggle with myself). That second section around the 3 minute mark is real tight though.
Reeeal nice. Flooded with musicality and feeling. I see you produce as well- you should look into using your DAW as a loop pedal and make an awesome live set or something (if you haven't already). Are you in any sort of alternate tuning or can you just jam that well?
Sick. Listened to heroin Moxy and Lab Rats and they were all both proper tunes. Love to hear shit like that in town. I am also on oxy right now, that may be helping.
Here's a private link to a little beat I'm working on at the moment- I would love any critical feedback on it. I think it's pretty clear I'm going for a Flying Lotus vibe, but I've injected a little bit of my own flavour into it. I'm away from my monitors currently so excuse the mix.
My band "The Phantom Hour" just dropped a new tune today. Really mellow ambient poppy vibes
All feedback welcome
I'm gicing feedback on the last one who gave feedback:
I think the mix is too 50s for my taste. Hard panned instruments throws me off a little. I really like the acid vibes on "Slow Jam" and "Barakiah". "#1 (Landlocked Misery Song)" is pretty cool as well. I am not quite able to appreciate the vocals on your songs.. Even though I feel that they are sort of suiting your sound, I still feel like better vocals would make it better.
>ambient hip-hop, trap bass, flow, melodic
Ofc A dude posts feedback while I'm writing mines. I'll make it right.
Dope percussion. I like your samples. More bass in the kick maybe? I'd like the synth to be a little fatter or maybe a little louder. Idk. I feel like there should be some calmer segments in it... Cus now it's almost like it's climaxing all the way through. Maybe I feel like that because it is so short lol. Cool stuff though.
imma listen to new music and give really bad feedback pt1
i love the trippy, vibe-out instrumentation you've got going on. your flow is really solid, but personally i don't really dig the lyrics as much, so that's what I would recommend working on.
cool track, really dig the artwork. i think something more stand out vocally would really complete this. as is the vocals are kind of underwhelming and i hope you don't take too much offence to this but sadly generic.
nice simple beat. like the nature vibe / samples. not really a whole lot going on tho
this is like a 3spooky5me version of the spongebob dance rave music when hes raving with the jelly fish
i was expecting the dadadadaa dadadadaa..... dadadadaa dadadadaa to come in
interesting. reminiscent the stuff I used to but up on soundcloud but obviously you're are leagues ahead of what I can do on guitar.
very pretty soundscapes. the rhythmic samples towards the middle of the song are cool too.
the only thing really holding this back is the poor production. it sounds too muffled. great song otherwise.
a continuous reccomendation of mine. great stuff by this dude!
OH SHIT dude a friend of mine DJs your stuff all the time! this is so wierd!
I have gotten blazed and vibed out to your shit for hours apparently
i wanna go to a house show you guys but on, i can see people getting wild to this
imma listen to new music and give really bad feedback pt2
was not expecting this music given the cover art
walking downtown in the summer theme
its neat. sounds good but fairly rudimentary. I'm more into the sort of Melody AM type stuff royksopp did so i guess thats what i was expecting. towards the end it gets a lot more groovy, so i guess 6.7/11 would chill to
yes i want to collaborate. i'll hit you up soundcloud this is dope af
first time hearing german rap. I can't understand it but it sounds pretty
i'm not much of a metal guy but i like this. i wanna say it sounds kinda gazey, the vocals and spacey, noisey guitar are what i'm into.
yes. i can chill to this.i can picture this being the soundtrack to a short film where a very chaotic world is put on pause and two people are still moving about free to explore the world together from an altered perspective and fall in love with each other while gaining a new sense of place
i downloaded your album a while back and really dig the vibe you guys have. very unique style.
again, another act i'd really like to see you guys in a live setting.
Just uploaded a Christmas track ... more to cum
Thanks so much for the kind words, as I usually say, I've never made any money on my music yet so I pretty much just work for compliments and just want people to hear my stuff right now. I'm just getting around to actually recording my guitar stuff, I just improvise like this every day for almost two and a half years now.
If anyone knows any similar sorts of fingerstyle guitarists out there I could check out, let me know. I take a lot of inspiration from guitarists like Tommy Emmanuel, Chet Atkins, Leo Kottke, and Joe Pass, as well as artists like B.B. King and Eric Clapton (Cream days specifically).
Thanks a lot :). I already sort of do that (I've done everything in just NanoStudio and Audacity thus far, planned to move up some day to Ableton but never got around to it. In the end I just got really good at using these two programs), but I have a Boomerang III loop pedal (used for The Snow Job). I've started recording my creative sessions so I'll be putting up a number of songs this week.
Do you think people would be cool with listening to me do something like Melange and/or The Snow Job live? Just single guitar stuff at an open air art festival for example? I'm still trying to figure out what's acceptable for a live performance for a single musician/guitar player. Like I was thinking maybe it would be best to make the songs short, so I just build percussion loop -> bass loop -> rhythm/secondary lead loop, then break them down and the delete them all, and start the process over again. I'm pretty good at doing this and making each succession a different song, like 10-15 times in a half hour I'm thinking. Or if I should do longer passages like a 12 bar blues that I improvise over for longer?
Leaning towards short loops/songs to avoid repetitiveness, since I can pretty much always come up with some sort of blues song that will fit over any beat, and I can come up with a lot of different rhythms.
Standard tuning, btw, except C# instead of E
>electronic post rock
Thanks man. I am indeed working on my lyrics. Cobain & Them is the last song that I wrote, even though it's not the last one that I released. It is the song that I am the most satisfied with, lyrically.
I'm pretty sure setting it up in ableton wouldn't be too hard, you would just have to understand how clips work in session view. Buy a couple of usb foot controllers and map them to do whatever.
I think people would absolutely be down for listening to that. As a musician you seem to know what sounds pleasing to the ear, and with that skill alone you could easily get paid to fuck around. One thing I will say about this loop idea is that it's not really the kind of thing you would release- the appeal would be that you're creating the loops and stuff like (people eat that shit up haha)
hope my two cents helped
>Hip hop instrumental, cloudy, expirimental
I'd love to hear what yall think, check out my other beats if you dig this
>based swag fuck bitches
New track after a few months.
> electronic, alternative-y, not really sure how to describe it
Will return all feedback on SC!
Like the vocal samples in the background. Cool sounds too. That intro bit was really fucking loud though and didn't really fit in with the song IMO.
>the rocking and rolling
>will gladly share thoughts
Working on a project and this is what its sounding like so far.
What do you think I should do/add or change?
> Indie Rock
will return all feedback
>> game music etc
>> guitar finger picking acoustic
a re-release of a old song i did
please give feedback, and ill do the same.
ill follow, like, and comment back
chillout, chillbeat, ambient
not sure what i even make
I rap and do a bit of folkpunk, don't ask I'm strange.
>Drum and Bass
ill reply and check ur stuff on sc!!!
Just dropped a more traditional folk song but the rest of my stuff is very droney/ambient
Love the texture and tbh this is a banger
Would get stoned and sip lean to/10
Also very cool, don't listen to much DNB but I can dig this
need the feedback of where to go now that i think this prolly the best thing i'll ever write
you have such a strong voice dude, jeez it makes me wanna kill a moose
also dig the reverberation makes it way more interesting
>bedroom pop, tape, samples
yo, reallllly nice voice. a little more structure in the overall arrangement would def help out the song tho. nice production too :)
>deep house, tropical house
RETURNING ALL FEEDBACK MUCH LOVE TO /mu/
fun stuff i made a while ago. i am ready to start upon my new era of music
>free dl 5eva
>love da music game mang
>put a new one up today
listen, like, comment, follow, and ill do the same
Returning all feedback and commenting on your clouds
>experimental ambient-electronic instrumental glitch-hop
>use of samples usually restricted to sound clips of friend's voices, personally recorded by me, and/or music sent by a distant soundpal.
New tune. I would appreciate some feedback! I return all feedback directly on SC.
>chill jazzy instrumental hip hop
Just made a new beat! Will return feedback
IDM i guess?
Obligatory ff7 flip
(praise be unto nobuo uematsu)
Try adding more chords instead of doing two note counterpoint. If you played chords with different voicings for every note from 0:15 to 0:20 I'm sure it would sound good. Also, try re harmonizing some (eg. replace I with vi or iii/Secondary dominant stuff or extended secondary dominant stuff/modal interchange..Tri tone subs/ascending descending diminished chords etc)
IF YOU DON'T GIVE A FUCK ABOUT THE TRACK JUST SKIP TO 2:00 CUS THATS THE ONLY PART THAT MATTERS
So my band is playing their first show this New Years, but the other bands we are playing with are nowhere near our genre. I mean, we're already booked, but I'm pretty sure the audience isn't going to be on our side. For instance, the main band that is playing (the one we're opening for) is this :
While, this is our music :
I get the feeling we won't be well received. What should I do /mu/? Is any publicity good publicity? Or should I just cancel the show? I got warned for posting this earlier, and I'm not really sure why.
>dilla, taku influences
Jesus christ that is a genre mismatch if i ever saw one
cancel the show bro it's not worth it, trust me, i've opened for bands with genres as different as in your situation and it only ever results in getting booed and feeling shit
your music is cool tho keep it up, and try look for more local acts along your style to hook up with and get shows with
Sweet. Vinyl crackle seemed slightly ott for me but it's a lovely track overall. Especially liking the jazzy guitar lines playing off that synth tone.
>psych-rock jam, funky, sexy, headnodworthy
Thanks man, and yeah obviously there's a large difference between live and studio work. If people are happy listening and watching me make loops with just a guitar from scratch over and over, that would be great. There's this fairly large (couple hundred people) local art festival they have every year in my town where they get local musicians to perform, in September. I avoided it this past year because I've never performed live (as a solo act. I did orchestra [violin] and chorus throughout 5-12 grade), but I think I'll be ready for 2015.
Above all else I just want to find a way to play the music I personally enjoy listening to, and have an audience that enjoys it too. If I can limit it to people only disliking it based on personal preferences and not play mistakes, all the better.
It doesn't even have to be all loop stuff. Would be nice to get some feedback on whether people would like to hear something like Melange done live (just a solo fingerstyle acoustic guitar piece improv that just changes based on whatever I think up). I know I've really enjoyed solo pieces like Joe Pass doing Summertime, so I figure it's at least possible (love this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jkinLvUrUYE&hd=1 ).
I could mix it up a bit and do a combination of both, and even have songs where there's just a longer bass line and/or rhythm section, but no percussion/drums. I'm also a huge fan of Reggie Watts, you could say he (and to some degree Dub FX) got me into looping in the first place.
The greatest asset of the looping imo though is the ability to add a drum part, people love drums especially with a rhythm that can be danced to. I can pretty much turn my Ovation into a bass guitar (you can hear it in The Snow Job, that bass line is actually an acoustic guitar) by boosting the bass and dropping the mids and treble.
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new song new painting, the song is pretty much described in the title
I return feedback
>genre: muh shrooms
I also own a Gibson ES-335 which I'll be uploading some songs from soon, that's a lot of fun too because of the different tone. Can't really do percussion on it since it doesn't have the piezo pickup like the Ovation (except maybe 4-on-the-floor kick sort of sounds), but that shouldn't matter much.
It would be nice if I could figure out how to run my Laney TF-300 through my Scarlett 2i2, it has a line out (different than the speaker output) but idk how to get it to work properly or if that's even what you'd use. The gain channel on that sounds so damn creamy, I'll probably just have to resort to mic'ing it with my SM58 (only mic I have but it's great).
demo's me and my band made
Pretty chill, listening to demo 3 and think your timing needs some work, especially the drummer sounds like he needs to get a bit tighter with keeping the rhythm.
I like the ideas though, demo 2 is sounding better in this regard though it needs some mastering work (guitar should have some of the highs rolled off in EQ since it's a bit sharp-sounding, and a bit too loud). A bass boost would be appreciated here as well, as it's hard to even hear the bass guitar. It should have a stronger prescence imo, especially if it's the only bass instrument (and thus can take up the lower frequencies without any competition, especially with rock drums you should likely be able to "punch through" a thick bass).
Listen to the first song on this album, listen to the bass line in particular: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eQUNh3CUFac&hd=1 . Notice how great it sounds when it has that presence? How the drummer stays on perfect rhythm, with just enough humanistic "slack" without missing the beat? That's what you want.
beats, hip/hop, horrorcore, electric
You have put a good amount of thought into it so I'm sure whatever you decide to do will work well. Getting your amp into your scarlett is probably something to do with impedance, that shit is beyond me haha. You might just need a D.I box or something?