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  2. Fucking hell I can’t name them all 😂 if it’s purely bands then probably British bands take it but all round music id say the states
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  4. What American bands do you like?
  5. NJansaid

    New Jam, Please Give Me Some Feedback!

    I'll be honest, I didn't think I was going to like it, aka seemed generic at first, then it really picks up after the first minute and is something I would listen to. You definitely couldn't tell the drums were programmed. Pretty good jam for real just old school pop punk.
  6. Really? It’s 50/50 for me. Can’t split them. Overall I think maybe the States edge it
  7. Regi.

    Songwriter's General Discussion

    I recorded an album when i was 15. I never released it but about a month a ago i said fuck it and im in the process of putting it on spotify. It was yeeeears since i listened to it and im actually pretty proud of it. It made me pick up the guitar again after 3 years since playing. Been kind of writing songs and i want to start something, some project. Just me and what i write. I was in a band for ten years almost and it was a team effort but i think just my songs would be different. I dont know. /vent
  8. My taste in music > yours. Have a good day Sheila
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  10. Margie Whipple's Rage

    Songwriter's General Discussion

    @NJansaid What are you working on, man? You going to put something out or is it just for your own enjoyment?
  11. In an overall sense, I enjoy British bands wayyy more than I enjoy American bands.
  12. Neal

    Blink-182 Vinyl Thread

    I just enjoy the procedure of putting a vinyl on, cleaning it, sitting on the couch and just listen throught the damn thing without doing anything else. The experience tricks my brain into thinking theres some kind of magic to it, but in fact its just a much more focused listening
  13. Ghent

    Top 10 Post-Reunion Blink Songs

    “Pretty Little Female” love it
  14. Kevin.

    Blink-182 Vinyl Thread

    i understand the points being made when speaking about digitally recorded albums being pressed on vinyl. but i don't buy them for the purpose of "collecting." as i mentioned before, this is all personal preference for listening. i like to compare this to film a lot because it's the industry i work in and understand the most. there are a lot of films that are captured digitally that often get recorded out on to film when they're complete. usually, it's for archival reasons; however, many filmmakers do it so their work can be projected on film in theaters for limited screenings. this happened with Netflix's 'Roma.' but just because it was filmed digitally, confined by various means of compression, does not mean they aren't achieving a certain aesthetic when doing the film-out. they're getting grain that wasn't there before and an overall more "dreamlike" quality that accompanies the film projection. i'd like to think something similar is achieved with vinyl. it usually sounds deeper and occasionally you get some dust pops that add some sort of character to the experience. like i said, all of these things have to be treated a certain way according the format in which it is being delivered. as long as someone is paying for these things to be done properly, i do believe something is being gained for those who prefer the format.
  15. Margie Whipple's Rage

    Recording Equipment and Questions, Advice, Etc.

    I don't know that youtube was all that instructional back then.
  16. Not you, the dude trying to sell you on lessons.
  17. Margie Whipple's Rage

    Recording Equipment and Questions, Advice, Etc.

    I don't even think I used youtube until 2010 or so ...
  18. Amazing. Youtube was a thing then, there were free tutorials, what a knob.
  19. Margie Whipple's Rage

    Recording Equipment and Questions, Advice, Etc.

    So, this was probably ... 2008, maybe 2009? ... I don't remember exactly. Who knows, I just remember them being super insistent.
  20. Lulwhat? I've never had that... paid tutorials for GB that's hilarious. Veeeery true.
  21. Hah no, I am a pro at scaring off sales guys. I literally have it down to a science, I will walk in while on a fake phone call and then do strategic turns when I see them in my peripheral and start walking or make a really uncomfortable joke if they find a way to get a hold of me. Sometimes I even where headphones. My macbook is ancient now from 2011, I don't think they had this course at the time but I know they were pushing the full microsoft office package for teachers or some shit even though I wasn't a teacher.
  22. Unless I return the PC and look into a new Mac...which is pricey. Studio One does look the most similar in interface to Logic/GB which is encouraging. I might have to look into this one more.
  23. Margie Whipple's Rage

    Recording Equipment and Questions, Advice, Etc.

    Years ago I almost bought an apple laptop because of Garageband and the only reason I didn't was because they were pushing this Garageband course super hard. It cost extra to sign into and they wanted to charge for each session. I kept saying no and the apple people kept insisting I do it, finally I just left the store all together. Did you get anything like that?
  24. Oh so logic is off the table anyways.. have you tried studio 1?
  25. Neal

    Blink-182 Vinyl Thread

    Owning an album that was done on computer on vinyl makes only sense for collectors. The main reason the songs have to be remastered is for the physical disaevantages of vinyl.
  26. I've spent my lifetime on Garageband...so Logic would be the easiest progression. Learning a new DAW seems like hell even if better in areas I'm looking for. Just looking at Ableton interface seems dodgy. I actually don't love Garageband's layout at all, but I'm well rehearsed in it to skip a long learning curve. Problem is I just bought that fucking PC.
  27. Neal

    Blink-182 Vinyl Thread

    Im usually a big fan of the src vinyls, but i dislike the wdntw pressing. It justs sound off to me
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