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tastefullyoffensive:

[playingdeadthecomic]

had to reblog that one - laughs

(Source: thefrogman)

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Exomène’s interview on #WEATNU (report)

exomene:

My latest interview by Almark where I speak of the sound design of death by hanging :) Read more: http://ift.tt/1sBi97N http://ift.tt/eA8V8J

The waveform click at the end of the song, “not sure it was put there on purpose” makes me think of a snap of the neck, it’s subliminal, and haunting.

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The hardest part about writing unique music is blocking out all things. Removing everything you know to do something you don’t know.
Almark
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With each new House song we are hearing, every single one of them use the same bum, tick, bum, tick. This gets extremely annoying, and it just proves that commercial electronic music these days comes from very unoriginal and non-talented sources, recycling the same melodies and rhythms; while the past it was more about experimentation and creativity…
 Almark
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I can’t imagine life being tied down to a mobile device connected to the Internet. When I leave my bedroom, I leave the Internet.
Almark
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About Mid/Side Processing

palsen:

Here’s a thing called Mid/Side Processing that offers a lot of flexibility when it comes to making adjustments to the spacialization of a mix or master.

In short, a boosted Mid channel produces a more centered sound, while a pumped up Side channel would give a wider sound to the mix.

The…

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Exomène’s interview on #WEATNU

exomene:

Listen to Exomène interviewed by Almark sat. oct. 11th at 9.30 PM GMT Read more: http://ift.tt/1vVHsir http://ift.tt/eA8V8J

Posted 2 weeks ago

Rock is sleeping, but not exactly dead.

Ok it’s dead, but it was killed by two things the music industry and the death of Kurt Cobain, after the post-grunge, nu metal scene took over. And some things can’t last forever, especially when a army of crap music floods into the scene during 2000 on. First it was things like Linkin Park, oh those days, and to think I actually had their debut CD, what was I thinking? After listening to that album 20 x I finally said, this sucks, and put it away. Rock music was killed by the radio DJ, killed dead, RIP and probably the death of Mtv. Then emo came along, oh how horrible that was, then nu metal got stupid instead of better riffs, things like and sorry to tell you, Evanescence came along with all the riffs sounding the same, many people wanted to sound like Tool, but there is only one Tool and they do it best. Metal lost it’s edge, Smashing Pumpkins broke up, Creed started sounding the same, then you hear about all these bands that all had the exact same sound.

It’s no wonder Pop music became the numero uno choice of the world these days, and it’s no better, but as I was saying. This is about Rock, Rock a phrase coined from Rock and Roll and the original name was sock hop music not “Alternative.” Speaking of which if you put together all the great music that “went away’ after the 90s you can pretty much sum up why rock died in the mainstream, no I don’t care for Jack White. People simply lost their originality, the greatest moment in rock history was the 70s, no I don’t mean Zeppelin but ok if you want, they helped a great deal but I’m talking Punk, Experimental stuff, Black Flag in the 80s, but the 90s was it’s finale, the most excellent bands in history were apart of the 90s, Alice in Chains, Soundgarden, Pearl Jam, though not rock still had their edge, the point is the edge was missing after the 90s.

For some reason all ‘rock’ music become a dull sword and after hearing it change I changed, someone who grew up to heavy music during the 90s, listening to Metallica at the age of 14 in 1991, bought his first Metal album ‘The black album’ by walking in the cold after school a mile away just to buy the tape at Wal-mart. Seriously, that’s determination and love for Metal. When rock got dull I suddenly didn’t care to listen to one more new band after 2000, it was as if a switch went off inside of me, to this day no commercial rock band in post 2000 moves me. I love stuff from the past only, regarding rock. But rock is now undead and in the underground and personally I think it should stay there and live forever, untainted and hopefully someone will bring it back to life, but I haven’t seen this happen yet, surprise me would ya? 
Until next time.

Almark
10.5.2014

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#1 interview with 3dtorus - We are the New Underground

#1 Interview with 3dtorus 10.4.2014 by Almark on Mixcloud


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