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 on: Today at 10:27:50 AM 
Started by Levas - Last post by dreadfulmirror
Thank you so far for your support! The mentioned alternatives do all leave a good impression to me (as far as I'm able to estimate)...

I've heard that analog synths / oscillators are in so far "better", as they normally have a more organic and powerful sound?

Generally, do you have any basic advice what should beginners really care about or what is important when looking for a suitable synth?

As a beginner I tend to use small, reasonably-priced equipment in the first step with user-friendly control and "logical" structure (oscillators, filter, envelope generator...). Nevertheless it should have a powerful sound and, beside being "beginner-friendly" it should have enough potential to use it also in a advanced state later...?!

 

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 on: Today at 08:04:27 AM 
Started by EXU - Last post by host body
So, host body, you support to 'out' artists if they are really against your beliefs, in this case against liberal democracy. And you advice anyone 'innocent' to not use the 'wrong' inspiration, to avoid being a target by misunderstanding. It's that simple, isn't it ? Why the fuck do you need an analysis to cover , justify , excuse this ?

Please don't put words in my mouth, man. I don't support outing artists online, I don't like this modern Internet vigilante culture at all.

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 on: Today at 03:41:58 AM 
Started by Levas - Last post by A-Z


mfb kraftzwerg... it's tiny and light and sounds great and, being essentially 5 eurorack modules packaged together, is flexible as hell
obviously, there's a learning curve involved, but it's hardly more difficult than ms20 mini or neutron

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 on: Today at 03:16:37 AM 
Started by EXU - Last post by theworldisawarfilm
Black Israelites are posting videos of white couples literally licking their boots in nyc.

Sounds hot. Link?

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 on: Today at 01:37:27 AM 
Started by EXU - Last post by PuddysJacket
i'm sorry but this is a load of bullcrap
because...
first, the symbols in question were waaaay less taboo back then than they are now and
second, the only thing that changed is that back then authoritarian narrowminded assholes & volunteer snitches labeled themselves as conservatives
and now they prefer to be called "progressive left", and "antifascists", and "feminists"
but the overall situation is the same, only with more retardation and less tolerance for wrongthink
hence, the sad truth is that "nazi aesthetics" works exactly as it did in the 70s & 80s, only more efficiently

this is completely and utterly not true but i suspect it would be pointless to discuss it with you i'll give up before we even start and agree to disagree.


if you think nazi imagery was more shocking in the 80s than it is now, you're delusional. People are hailing pieces of shit like Mike Brown as heroes. Black Israelites are posting videos of white couples literally licking their boots in nyc. 20% of the population in the states commits 70% of the violent crime and the general feeling among 18-30 yr olds is to regard the offenders as disenfranchised kings. I don't know that there has ever been a creature on this earth as out of touch with reality as the modern day white liberal.

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 on: Today at 01:19:02 AM 
Started by WCN - Last post by SILVUM
Ive had a lot going on and spent a lot of time listening to what I have, and a lot of stuff I bought was reissues of older music, not much new stuff that I'm listening to sadly, overwhelmed with so much music and research, and recorded a ton of stuff too, so focused on that.  Biggest disappointment was endless health nonsense coupled w insane work scheduling, couldnt make any shows really.  Also, all the stuff released that I haven't obtained yet, obviously that is annoying.

So here's my top 20 released in 2019 (I know there are a TON of things released this year that rule that arent on my list, well, I have limited funds so I do what I can).

Coil - Threshold Archives 8XCD
Gerogerigegege - Blackout Archive V.1~ V.3 3XCD
Toshiya Tsunoda - Extract From Field Recording Archive 5XCD
The Rita & Mlehst - Fabric And Paint CD
The Mover - Final Sickness (Remastered 2017) 2XLP
Knud Viktor - Les Éphémères LP
Reynols - Minecxio Emanations 1993-2018 7XCD+DVD
Roland Kayn - Scanning (Kybernetische Musik IV) 10XCD
K2 - Tekhnodrug CD
Vanity Boxes (Vanity Records) 6XCD 8XCD 2XCD
Ikuro Takahashi - しりえないものとずっと  LP
Autechre - Warp Tapes 89-93 2xWAV
Stereolab - big label album reissue 2XCDs
Steven Stapleton and David Tibet - The Threat Of Memory 5XCD
Masonna - Bursting Absolute Moods LP
Ora - Time Out Of Mind LP
Mo·Te* - Taste Die Mad CD
Dendö Marionette - Juvenile Rock CS
Diastereomer - Demo And Live Tracks, Vol. 1 CS
Muslimgauze - Babylon Is Iraq LP

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 on: Today at 01:10:14 AM 
Started by EXU - Last post by Theodore
So, host body, you support to 'out' artists if they are really against your beliefs, in this case against liberal democracy. And you advice anyone 'innocent' to not use the 'wrong' inspiration, to avoid being a target by misunderstanding. It's that simple, isn't it ? Why the fuck do you need an analysis to cover , justify , excuse this ?

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 on: Today at 12:00:42 AM 
Started by FreakAnimalFinland - Last post by theotherjohn
The #petersotos hashtag seems to be working again without issue. Very odd, not sure what the explanation for that was (the censoring or the reinstatement).

Don't quite know how to respond or add anything of substance to the follow up posts, entertaining as they are. I think this forum is fine and as good a place for discussion as any, and the lack of an overarching political agenda/bias/goal built into its existence certainly allows a level of balance and reason that is refreshing. I don't put my complete faith into any form of online social media really, there will always be flaws with it one way or another (more so when achievements like Likes, upvotes, retweets and other banal -but addictive- elements get introduced). I'm not fond of all-encompassing communities online which is what the internet has now become, where everyone and their barking dog is a degree of separation away from each other. The internet is no longer a curious means of escapism like it was back when I used to pay pennies by the minute to use it on a 28.8k modem. It's no longer fulfilling or full of interesting potential like it once was. It's just another shit routine that every idiot can use to waste away their time. So for me personally, in 2020, the best solution would be to wipe it out completely. That way, I can catch up on reading all my unread books... including several of Peter's, which are gathering dust on the bookshelf.

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 on: February 19, 2020, 10:19:33 PM 
Started by HOGRA - Last post by deutscheasphalt
1. tape
2. CD

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 on: February 19, 2020, 10:15:10 PM 
Started by Levas - Last post by PuddysJacket
Can anyone maybe recommend a small synth for beginners, respectively give an advice or have experience with the Korg MS20 mini in comparison to the Berhinger K2 / Wasp or even Neutron (just found these ones as possible alternatives), beside the already mentioned Youtube videos?

As I'm more or less new when it comes to creating own sounds, I'm a bit unsure which aspects I should exactly care about or what I need. And the MS20 mini is ~ 200,- € more expensive than the mentioned types of Behringer. Musical-wise it should go definitely into Death Industrial and Power Electronics, but also I'm also open to melodic influences (like Feindflug for example) or Industrial Techno beats.

Thanks a lot in advance!


microfreak or volca fm

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