not any new stuff but check out risotto by Fluke|
that's one of my fave albums of all time.
or if you haven't already the classic leftism by leftfield
both those albums are better than anything that's coming out these days
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ChemicalBR0 2 posts
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Not really, I've messed with it a bit but it sound pretty much the same. Need to add words at some point..!
IronGiant 5,222 posts
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The new How To Destroy Angels track is interesting.. not sure about it yet but still can't wait for the new EP.
@jablonski Very late to this particular party, but here's me.
jellyhead 24,346 posts
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M.O.O.N. as evidenced by his work on Hotline Miami OST. Reminds me of slightly less complicated early Speedy J stuff.
Liked it so much i bought the EPs from his bandcamp page.
Tom_Servo 18,082 posts
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Anyone heard the new Raime album? Got it on now and it's sounding like perfect dread-laden stuff for these winter evenings.
Yeah search for Zola jesus
Wait she's not electronic.
EDM's a blurred genre nowadays. I've seen her live and would class her as electronic, it's mostly keyboards and synths.
Not exactly new but check out Visitors by Lazerhawk.
Also, check out anything by Flashworx and FM Attack.
jablonski wrote:Only mix it. I have just got me an Oxygen M-Audio 25 keyboard and plan on getting that fabulous looking Ableton Push. THEN we can get somewhere.
Any of you chaps here make your own music?
Just cannot get enough of this.
@Widge Good call here's the whole thing on soundcloud :
@Widge - I like that! Very Global Communications esque
Mr_Sleep 20,459 posts
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For the lovers of electronic music then I can heartily recommend the following perfect gift as last years was pretty awesome from what I've heard and Bleep's taste is pretty excellent.
PearOfAnguish 7,573 posts
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You may remember Lazersonic from that well worth checking out. I particularly like Aquaplane.
It's a double post, but I think you'll like it.
It's the new album from the guy who did the music for Frozen Synapse - lovely epic chiptune-esque stuff.
EDIT : Here's the entire album on youtube.
Edited by binster at 14:02:42 04-12-2012
Which DAW do people use? I've downloaded demoes of FL Studio 10 and EnergyXT and still don't know which way to go, if either of them.
While FL Studio seems to be the one almost everyone uses I have no idea how to use it, and it seems to struggle with my sound card (or speakers) which I've never had a problem with before. Whereas with EnergyXT I made a fairly rudimentary tune pretty quickly, but it seems like it might be quite limited. But then I'm mostly aiming to make minimalist kind of music and just need something to use to make use of my yamaha keyboard.
Any music makers have opinions on them?
cubbymoore wrote:I'd question this from the off.
While FL Studio seems to be the one almost everyone uses
Most people I see tend to use one of:
and maybe Reaper as an outsider.
I find Ableton the most straightforward, mainly as I piece together DJ sets in it. I can happily click, drag, drop, copy and paste as easily as if I was sifting through Excel.
Those 4 do cost a bit though. Ableton you can get down to about £160 if you know someone with an education licence.
Spanner in the works in Reaper. It is much cheaper and obviously is hoping to get right into the market by targeting the "it is too expensive, let me download instead" population. Its help and guides are community made, so there is interaction to go to for help, but it isn't as intuitive as Ableton so I am told.
The main thing for you to learn are your techniques, these straddle any platform. Learning your virtual synths, understanding how to get the right noises from the, learning to layer sounds to get the right results... all the sorts of things that you can only pretty much get from watching tutorial videos. They will stand you in good stead though.
I use Reason rewired through Ableton - pretty much Ableton is just for the odd vst for mastering.
Seeing as this is a thread for music recommendations, BandCamp's new Music Collections (which is the stuff you've bought from bandcamp) system seems like a good thing to share.
Here's my music collection : http://bandcamp.com/binster
Still loving Treguard's Theme, binster. Have had it on repeat for about 20 minutes - am burning through my work as a result!
DAW-wise, I use Logic (or I did, until I upgraded to OS10.7 and my copy no longer works with that OS - I either downgrade OS or cough up another 150 quid)
Edited by tincanrocket at 15:05:38 13-12-2012
oakie007 246 posts
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Mala-mala in Cuba...........wowza
@tincanrocket Cheers! I'm glad it's secret alchemical mix of bass and children's TV has galvanized you so.
EDIT : Here's my first album in one big video on youtube for easy listening.
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