#1
Talk about various noise composures you may have been a part of or just to proclaim the glory of an age old composer.
#3
Do explain this how do you say Noise Composure
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#4
Noise Composers?

Explain, please.
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#5
are you talking bout atonal stuff?
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#6
Composition, you mean. And yes, anyone can do it. That's why I guess no one but noise fans and musicians takes it seriously. I haven't heard enought o judge really...

LOL, I just uploaded a song with some noise elements.... coincidence much?
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#8
I have no idea what this thread is about. I recorded some "noise" on my micro-cassette back in the day. Good times. This thread reminded me of how it annoys me when people describe their music as "experimental" when there's absolutely nothing about it that is different than anything anyone else is doing. "What exactly is it about those three chords in 4/4 time signature is experimental?"
#9
Quote by NorCalLos
I have no idea what this thread is about. I recorded some "noise" on my micro-cassette back in the day. Good times. This thread reminded me of how it annoys me when people describe their music as "experimental" when there's absolutely nothing about it that is different than anything anyone else is doing. "What exactly is it about those three chords in 4/4 time signature is experimental?"


Perhaps they recorded it, played it backwards on a deliberately scratched vinyl, added a flanger and slowed it down by 400%?

But yeah, experimental is one of those overused words.
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