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Comfy music Anon 12/29/2022 (Thu) 10:22:04 No.45
What's your favorite album or song to chill out and listen to in its entirety?
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A few years ago my friend introduced me to Glass Animals through Zaba on cassette. I fell in love with the band as we sat in the sun and listened to the music. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7R6SITSeiRo&list=PLxq4Sc6E9hgLs3MzfOVqkJOIOzJlB04rm
Lately it's been the Ion Maiden soundtrack, which is uneven but berry good in places. More recently discovered Thunder Force IV, which is magic in the form of FM synth. Duke Nukem 3d has some great tunes like Stalker and Aliens Say Your Prayers. #1, though, is Wrong Number. Three hours of Carpenter Brut and Perturbator and all that great darksynth. Soundole did an album of VG town themes called "Winds of Home" you all might get a kick out of.
I have a few go-to albums if I want to listen all the way through. One is 슈퍼마켓Yes! We're Open by 식료품groceries. It's mallsoft but I find it berry listenable if I'm in the right mood: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cju6MvJfVRI Another is the two Ar Nosurge Genometric Concert albums without the short battle songs. I especially love Class::CIEL_NOSURGE;: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPghnoIpLCM I also love Lxa ti-cia. Someone who knows more than I do about music once told me that it resembles medieval-period European music in its sharp changes to the voice line, but I just like it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8aQpLLZsbA If I want something to put on in the background I'll sometimes reach for a Cafe de Touhou album: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H3w1G2FPGYQ It's not what OP asked exactly, but if I don't want to commit to an album and want something to listen to, I like listening to Digitally Imported's Chillout channel or maybe the Electronic Pioneers if I'm feeling adventurous. It removes my choice paralysis and frees me from wanting to swap songs. Some of the artists I've discovered from there are Koan and AmBeam, like this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lT9WyVdYvyk
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Don't know the name of this song, but it made me feel nostalgic the first time I heard it.
I liked Karma Police and No Surprises but those songs are too good, I don't want to burn down on them. You know another similar tracks?
>>52 Just from that opening sound I wood guess it's from something Doopees or Yann Tomita related. Just a guess however, I can't remember what album.
>>54 I don't think it's Doopees, that has a deeper voice
>>54 Thanks for the tip, I found it: https://youtu.be/nQg8ZRxzO5E
This record has really been growing on me: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UeTbf1eefc4&list=PLWPzamD2fpykHKEpJIDZVeDD3UO0gAOC4 I only heard it a few years ago, but it makes me feel kind of nostalgic for the early 2000s. It almost reminds me of music you'd hear on a car commercial back then or something. It might lack the emotional complexity and organic sounds of Boards of Canada (who eberry downtempo musician seems to get compared to), but on the flip side there's a peacefulness to it that most of their stuff doesn't have.
https://youtu.be/hoIjfYGXbsI feeling like I'm some MC in animu
https://invidio.us/watch?v=3gHy7T-rrA8 I've been listening to Junk Fujiyama ever since his contribution to Space Dandy with Hoshikuzu no Pipeline. Plus, his voice and style borrows quite a few pointers from Tatsuro Yamashipa,
I really feel comfy watching Chinese Communist and I really don't know why. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrWV6pxepDo
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There are now three /comfy/ music threads as of now It's ok https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-RjqU3T2x4
Cowboy Bebop
>>65 File didn't go through. Hm. I don't know if this is even my favorite song in the soundtrack. There are so many that are so good, particularly the "chasing down the bad guy" tunes, like Bad Dog No Biscuit or Rush. But I feel this one right now. https://youtu.be/dYpsmna_M5A
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The man comes from the krautrock scene and did this album using analog synthesizers. A precursor of house music. Really comfy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ys0HyevZpQg
I like some vaporwave. To me, it's the comfiest music out there. modern artificially created music artifacts of a golden age that never really existed. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHk5Duip_7Q For the runescape nostalgists https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOm5mgn0xdw
>>1111 Holy quacking get. Ok so I accidentally posted early without extra links and maybe it was a godsend for the digits. Here's an effortpost with music. I like vaporwave more as an aesthetic more than anything. The absolute, pardon my modern lingo, vibe of this musical paradox call vaporwave is fascinating. It elicits feelings in even the most mundane tracks of those powerful ballads on a live stage with pyrotechnics. Shows you a world within a world.... There's a mix of Vice City, Hawaii five-0, Driver (ok autismos), and various other genres not including film in there. The feeling of the music can come from the real thing - the actual 70s-90s music that exists. But vaporwave really transforms that into something I like to call "manufactured nostalgia" or a digital recreation of a time that never existed. It sort of did, but we're not turning this thread into a 9/11 conspiracy thread. There's a ton of ways to access really unique and fantastic takes on those classic hits you may have never heard during the period of music you probably consider the "golden age". Ok enough with the rant. The stuff is good, I'm just typing some thoughts to flesh out a 1112! Give some love to Vapor Memory who has seemingly dedicated his youtube career to cataloging and archiving various aspects of the vaprowave WAVE. There's more than enough content in there for anyone reading to find something that suits them. https://www.youtube.com/@VaporMemory I'd also recommend Jason Sanders who features a lot of the obscure variety that vaporwave has to offer. https://www.youtube.com/@JasonSanders/videos
>>1111 Checked
>>1111 comfy alignments of same number here. Sometimes I cry listening to runescape斯凱利, don't know exactly why as I never played Old School Runescape. Vaporwave can be a really moving genre as it can sometimes piss me off when trying too hard to mimic the original 80's / 90's vibe. I do enjoy a good vaporwave track but I don't like when they force too much on the nostalgia meme. But overall yes, vaporwave is a comfy genre by itself. Discovered recently some good Korean folk / rock.
>>1117 Please do share some of that Korean folk rock then in your next response! We all want to hear it. I totally agree by the forced nature of some of it. Funny enough the fact someone slowed down the Runescape tracks and added some filters is by definition forced haha. But it's still damn good. I'm not sure how you get the cry feeling when listening to that if you didn't play it? I did as a child and there about 2 of those tracks in that hour long playlist that really hit it on the head and make me think of days gone by. But how does it affect you? Does it just have that "feel" to it that's hard to describe?
>>1117 kk that webm was good. didn't even see you posted it before. still wood be glad to hear some more of what you've got. not even sure where to begin in looking that group up other than copy/pasting but the style is so unique.
>>1119 >cry feeling when listening to that if you didn't play it Hey, I guess it's the power of music. I can be really autistic when it comes to music. >>1121 Discovered it thanks to an anon on /doll/, try this compilation it has some really good tunes on it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TUXc8vtne9M
Let's get comfy and listen to some soothing music to make the comfy even comfier
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Not a huge fan of j-pop but I really like stuff like this, anyone knows anything similar?
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>>1185 capsule was part of a scene called early 00s "neo shibuya kei", which occurred after the OG 90s scene (Cornelius, Flipper's Guitar, and Pizzicato Five especially for Capsule) that song specifically is part of a subgenre called "picopop", which is part of the neo scene but was more focused on chiptune and electronic elements, and overly cutesy style you'll have to look into this yourself and listen, because i can't tell you what you like. there are some lists on RYM for instance, literally just google the terms i've mentioned and you'll find plenty of artists Plus Tech Squeeze Box's release CARTOOOM has strangely become quite popular recently, so you might see more discussion of the genre / scene. but it's a lot less chill than this. Serani Poji is another neo group that may appeal to you
>>1186 Damn I had no idea it went this deep, I'm listening to Pizzicato Five and really digging it. Will check out the other stuff you mentioned. Thanks anon!
There once was a man named alfonso who wrote many a comfy tune.
Moumoon - Sunshine Girl
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>there was already a comfy music thread but it was at the bottom of the catalog and never noticed I feel kinda guilty now
Since this is /cafe/, how about a thread of music to relax to with a hot drink while it's raining outside? Here's some Café de Touhou to start.
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>>1220 >NieR soundtrack What good taste. Here’s my favourite comfy song from there: https://youtube.com/watch?v=CJHppNnNZL4
>>1221 Comfy as well. I remember having to grind for hours trying to get all the materials to upgrade all the weapons, because my autism demanded it. Not once did I ever tire of any of the songs. The game was comfy central, Junk Heap, Seafront, Facade, The and the Temple all had great themes too. And then the many arrangement albums add even more. https://youtube.com/watch?v=YoLrFxUbgjw https://youtube.com/watch?v=CHmTuffyaEE SoA Hollow Dreams will always be my favorite since it being the reward for a silly quest and its deliberry just utterly quacking set the perfect atmosphere to me.
>>1220 This was the OST that - together with Akiko Shikata - indirectly got me into folkwave and complex layered voice compositions. There’s just something so comfy about the idea that the future is not gleaming chrome and corporate exploitation but rather a kind of gentle pastoral tech-mysticism. I was listening to FREYJA.sys by Kaoling recently. Here’s a version sung by humans rather than Vocaloids, though the Vocaloid version has its own charms too: https://youtu.be/ZoChI5raLxM
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A comfy coffee and this song on a rainy afternoon. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S-Xm7s9eGxU&feature=youtu.be
https://invidio.us/watch?v=DW3pZjmS3rg I forgot about the spacey guitar blubs from this song going left and right, reminds me of fixing my original headphones. https://invidio.us/watch?v=025mnKFUFw4 And this one is more sensual
Shion neet song www.invidio.us/watch?v=1vKW7ExfA9Q
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>>1227 Love the comfy pic anon, as for a tune, I enjoy this one myself, not sure if its here or not, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HMnrl0tmd3k Absolutely adore the first three phoniex wright games, great story, humor, characters, and music. Pop one in the ole 3ds and enjoy a nice quiet evening under the covers.
>>1226 Loved this track, strong vibes of temporary relief
Perfect roadtrip and cruisin' music.
>>1232 Awesome track
>>1232 Totally had forgotten about Ratatat, I used to listen to them years ago, love the vibe. Thanks anon
https://youtu.be/C4fKF2J-hKU melancholic post rock
Rain, rain, rainy rain.
Is this the berry first music thread on /comfy/? Sorry for getting one of those locked I do open my mouth too much a bit
I see a lot of people starting to embrace life in a way they didn't need to before, lately. It's heartening. >All you people with your heads on the ground >I can feel the hope spreading all around >I can feel a new beginning in the air >Peace and love forming eberrywhere
Sphere is the most comfy idol group I know. Maybe that's why almost nobody seems to know them; they never were "flashy" enough to get much media attention.
I like this
https://youtu.be/dp_uq5mHOD8 interesting title for their tracks
>>1245 nice. i have this album!
Morena - (Mariana Nolasco part. Vitor Kley ) - Fan Animated Music Video - ( Witch Bunny ) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTWb-RIdN-I
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2LOX74WPWo Hans Zimmer & Benjamin Wallfisch (Blade Runner 2049) — Sea Wall [Arranged & Extended]
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Just discovered Morphine, melancholic, but still good https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wI5hxEguomo
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>>1254 A more livid track, to counter that one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7oen7E9rQog
Varg is a kook and all, but I find some of his work to be really beautiful: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWKtrze79Ys https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2aIynRhhA-s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJZmix_Jgzg Belus is my favorite record of his, but people don't seem to like that one in comparison to his earlier work.
>>1257 I knew I wasn't the only one who found some of Varg's stuff calming, even though I don't agree with him. This is my favorite of his - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-JKWRkNoV4
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There's a pretty small YouTube and Soundcloud creater named It'sAkira!, that uploads some pretty /comfy/ music https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nocZB2wDFrw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RPIEbxQzTmg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akUcpxjmq-0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WM2y2CD9fyk In case you can't tell, they do a lot of electric stuff.
>>1258 There's a nice contemplative quality to a lot of his work, even some of the metal stuff. I've heard that the trance-inducing repetitions that he's used so frequently come from his interest in house music.
>>1210 Sorry, can't stand jazz. >>1238 Not bad. So, have some MLP themed fan music for winding down, or up or whatever.
Unfortunately, /comfy/ won't let me upload flac files. So here's a 510kb/s opus file.
More dance club than cafe but I'd love to spend time in a cafe with this weeb caca playing at low volume.
CaptainBlackbeard Radio >CaptainBlackbeard Radio is a psychedelic audio thrill ride of interweaving stories, humor & music unlike anything ever created ye won't hear anywhere else! CaptainBlackbeard Radio is a service provided to bring humor, music and culture to the lads and lasses of action across all Eight Seas. https://redcircle.com/shows/captainblackbeard
Maybe there's something in this collection of "naturewave" that's good for a cafe? https://liminalgarden.bandcamp.com/
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>>1210 Not sure if it fits, but here's an easy-going dnb album that I find comfy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yc5iPDvmEpE
>>1210 here's the most perfect song to browse /comfy/ you're welcome
hey /comfy/ you're invited to listen to some tunes at https://cytu.be/r/nightfly
>>1278 okay server is broked maybe try again later
Here's some stuff I like to listen to, when I feel down https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9OSweA0qX0&list=PLDvC7C21JsaasHILuog5D9Ink0a57I-dH&index=6 (can't seem to find a playlist of just this EP unfortunateley) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0puWgFIQ24&list=PLM_eo-srGT71FK6lo6f3zRghqJjMmAJtW https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JYXACZftp5Y&list=PLplZ_yA5BHkKP3OsNzTmBwJDnYCkca0rO It always gives me this warm fuzzy feeling, like being in love with nobody in particular. Especially Yvette Young's vocals are the caca. And I guess I can throw in https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xfr5GSRHoyE&list=PLIoFxSeC9xA5ayMdkLZd_erhDEyjgamXC as a little extra. Someone showed it to me yesterday, I'm listening to it right now and it's /comfy/ as hell, just doesn't quite fit the them of the three I posted above
Some winter vibes
>>1286 naicu, thx /comfy/!
Rimworld - Traces
Look out the window, see the seasons come and go.
Is there a /comfy/-approved radio?
>>1291 That's nice, but care to drop the actual stream link anon? i only use mpv for streaming, and don't and won't have any accounts on those services he mentions on his page. TIA.
>>1292 You don't need an account on there.
>>1293 I sure couldn't find either a play link, nor find a reasonably clear URI link for a stream within the page's source. Mind capping a pic, and highlighting the link for us uninitiates?
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>>1294 Anon honestly, you just press the play button and it plays
I don't like OMAM much but this song is like a nursery rhyme, i like it a lot
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>>1122 Thanks, mate. This was good new year's listening on a lonely night. >>1180 appreciate it. Somber, berry somber vibes in a good way. Where did you find this? It's haunting...
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>>1346 >It's haunting... Brian Eno is a classic ambient composer I strongly recommend you the Apollo Atmospheres & Soundtracks album if you like this kind of music.
>>48 I really enjoyed this one Anon, thanks.
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>>3628 >There was a website, an internet radio with comfy pictures in the background, I found it through a wallpaper board on 4leaf, I was wondering if any of you might have any idea of what I'm remembering. I don't know if anon is still here but I think this is https://plaza.one/ a comfy webradio specialized in vaporwave.
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>>1409 Ambient especially drone is really comfy. I like it when it's kind of melancholic. >Kevin Drum - Imperial Horizon (discovered on Latestaion) https://kevindrumm.bandcamp.com/album/imperial-horizon >Nuances - Preserve The Sancity Of Sound https://bastakiyatapes.bandcamp.com/album/preserve-the-sanctity-of-sound >Dino Spiluttini - Christmas Drone for the Sad and Lonesome https://dinospiluttini.bandcamp.com/album/christmas-drone-for-the-sad-and-lonesome
>>2675 >>Kevin Drum - Imperial Horizon (discovered on Latestaion) Nice! Currently listening to it with a backround of RainyMood.ogg . Thanks Anon. https://www.rainymood.com/
Les Rallizes Denudes, despite being harsh and underpinned by gentle violence and darkness is top comfy for me. It's like being wrapped in a cocoon of noise, melancholy and soft anger. It fills me with heat as if a massive star is about to explode inside me. Listening to this song on repeat and can't stop crying overwhelmed by its radical beauty.
I often miss the overly offensive era of YouTube. Not like Joji's newer albums are bad, but for my taste they're too dramatic and sad, compared to Pink Season's (and Pink Guy's debut album) constant irony and dark humor. You just don't get to see this sort of stuff berry often anymore. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOLaYl3b-4w
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>>4678 >I often miss the overly offensive era of YouTube Yea same. Seeing as YouTube has changed their terms significantly it is likely this kind of content will never return, or at least it won't be as prevalent as it once was. Really sad since most of my favorite guys on YouTube have now either been banned, left or changed entirely, denouncing their passed "edginess". Anyways here's what I like to chill and listen to. It's the songs The World at Large and Float On by Modest Mouse played back to back since they fade into each other. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Diabumv_OJ4
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Just discovering Yeule. Her Coma album is berry good. Moods : ethereal, loss, sadness. https://yeule.bandcamp.com/album/coma
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Sibylle Baier's Colour Green album is berry comfy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-oERBst8L0
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Possibly my favorite album is 'The Reaper' by Alicks. I feel that this album was made for those who feel empty inside, so that they can feel again. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=OLAK5uy_lHPXICCScoXhvZCb167gfxbmqr-HS_Lso
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I have probably listened to Calico Dreams by Sugar wounds more than anything else recently. It has such a wary fuzzy feel to it. It is certainly not going to appeal to eberryone, but the way the grindcore elements fade into the shoegazey post metal is charming in my mind. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=BUyiObDhpis https://sugarwounds.bandcamp.com/album/calico-dreams
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Been a lot into desert sand feels warm at night lately. Nice melancholic vaporwave. This one is more /comfy/ tho : https://hallworthcollective.bandcamp.com/album/cafe
I heard you guys like comfy music. Here's some nice things for you ! Mildlife Live from South Channel Island : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=md-ZW7I1ido Agitation Free – Live '74 [At The Cliffs Of River Rhine] : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ua_YyQb2U0 Yussef Kamaal - Black Focus : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4D8YPDdsxYU Tommy Guerrero Best Of | 最高の : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=afQTyDtcUu0
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>>45 Burn Pygmalion!!! A better guide to romance is one of my favorite comfy albums if not a bit energetic. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6FcOOdYWec&list=OLAK5uy_nJR0PnNjs7x9o2I71gi39xDOiREKlqOmU
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I'm listening to this It is berry comfy
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Pink Floyd, live at Webley 1974.
I have a request. Send me music that makes you comfy. Any genre but only instrumental, vocal songs are also appreciated as long as the lyrics make you comfy (I like going into deep dives into lyrics to check meaning and good messages) I'm at my home but I don't feel comfy even while listening my favorite music. That's why I'm writing this.
>>5761 David Lyndon Huff's sole work has been a berry comfy album to me for years now. Here's one of the songs. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njbX1pxi9h4
Might wanna check the catalog first in the future Anon, kinda helps us all out. TIA.
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>>5764 Thanks Chobi, was planning to do the merging later in the night. t. BO
It is in Turkish but i believe the feelings could pass the language barrier.
>>5838 I love this, i don't even know how many repeats i listened by now.
>>5851 I definitely don't understand the lyrics but I understand the beauty of it !
Listen a lot this album lately. Probably my favorite in the vaporwave genre.
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A few years back, I got into music stuff and put a thing up on Youtube I ended up working alongside some actual musicians later in my degree and realized I was much better off leaving it to the professionals, but I hope this is counts as sort of homebrew comfy though
>>6401 Also just to stay with thread theme, I really like Jack Stauber's Finite Form https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b6m8QOcadBE&list=PLFjud8SQWgMk3Ki5c8AQvX6GDaeX_8IhH&index=2
>>6401 That's cute anon. At least you tried and I hope you've find some pleasure doing. Don't give up on music if it's something that make you happy. Professionals are guys who started as you, doing some shrimple stuff.
>>6401 How long had you been making music for? While it could have used further development, I like the the feeling of that piece. It reminds me of something you'd hear from someone like Hiroshi Yoshimura or Takashi Kokubo in embryonic form. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oyJSV9nnt10&t=2003s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kGu8xI21VTg Or this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRHZRV746-8 It's way less tacky than the music I was making when I was just starting out. You seem to have good musical instincts.
>>6410 I think I'd been playing around with LMMS for a month or so before I made that. I'd played keyboards and a few other instruments for a year before that though, so I think I just played around with it and recorded it and I decided it was good enough 😋 I'm bretty sure I was using Spitfire Audio plugins. I've now got a lot of experience of making simulations of real instruments because of my degree - I was considering playing with these and starting up again, so the nice words mean a lot.
>>6413 >I think I'd been playing around with LMMS for a month or so before I made that. Wow, that's much better than I could have done by that point. It's notable that you successfully avoided the almost irresistible newbie pitfall of soaking eberrything in effects. It's so easy to turn a mix into mud if you're not careful. >I'd played keyboards and a few other instruments for a year before that though, so I think I just played around with it and recorded it and I decided it was good enough 😋 That must have really helped. I put off getting a MIDI controller for way too long and was stuck using a mouse and keyboard for coming up with ideas. > I've now got a lot of experience of making simulations of real instruments because of my degree - I was considering playing with these and starting up again, so the nice words mean a lot. It seems like you've got a lot of potential. What's your degree in?
>>6419 I've got a BSc in Physics and soon an MSc in Acoustics
>>6433 Two degrees, eh? Do you plan on going into sound work professionally?
>>6451 Probably not, it's bretty competitive and what jobs there are I think wood probably make me hate audio after a few years, I'm kind of happy just to keep it under my belt as a thing I did that was fun A lot of the things I've learned are cross-transferrable to software engineering and things like that, so that's probably where I'll end up in a few months 😶
>>6457 Also to make sure I don't de-rail the thread, one of my favourite soundtracks (not on YouTube or Spotify for whatever reason) https://m.soundcloud.com/zankyou-no-terror I think it was composed by Yoko Kanno
You don't know how much I love this video
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Classic. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IOggGAAAl-M あ... あたし... あたしリアルだよ. あたし生きてるよ... あたしここにいるんだよ...
>>63 Based Thank you for this awesome album.
>>7618 comfy
>>7618 I enjoyed the first one in particular, and the second one was fun to watch again. Been a while since I saw that film.
Got into post rock a while back and this album has always been one of my favorites. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hVSIBCIbs9Q
Anyone know Sixto Rodriguez? I've just discovered his music after watching the documentary about him. I've been listening to this album a lot in the past few days, which is surprising since I normally don't normally like this kind of music. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_tTacSzZRo Nobody in the U.S. had ever heard of him when he was making music, but his music ended up making its way from America to South Africa (he was apparently bretty big in Australia too). He ended up becoming a huge star there, and it's thought that bootleg copies of his music ended up selling more copies than Elvis in South Africa. Leftist activists ended up taking inspiration from his songs over there. As big as he was, nobody knew anything about the man himself. There were rumors he lit himself on fire onstage after his second album, but decades after he stopped recording music his fans finally found out his whereabouts. In reality he'd been living a quiet, working-class life and only ended up dying this year. The whole "socially conscious" thing is bretty lame to me, but some of the songs are bretty catchy.
>>6957 I've been listening to this song a lot since you've posted it
My pick might not be conventionally /comfy/ but this album always puts me at ease no matter how I'm feeling. Can't upload flacs so: https://youtu.be/TMRz40CpjNI
OP here... been a long time since I've last come to this board, I'm super happy that my thread has been able to let people share their own music. Hope you'll enjoy these comfy tunes I've been listening to a lot recently. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f86fFgzpyBc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOpmtFoZWjA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dhj9X0THMAk
>>7989 >https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=f86fFgzpyBc I love atypical vocal performances like this. Thanks for sharing.
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>>8002 Glad you're enjoying it! Christian Vander's work in both Magma and Offering is full of unusual vocals: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJf3UBqck_g https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4As9ZnrV2TQ
I've been listening to this a lot since I heard it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZf41UudAbI

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