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#1 Knobs - Channel Surfing in Music, Movies, TV

I'm so so excited this guy is finally releasing a record =)
For the uninitiated, Knobs is a legend in the youtube-guitar-pedal-reviewing-community-thing. All his demos feature this idiosyncratic, cutesy, dainty playing style (he also has a few synthesizer demos and other fun one-offs =)

It's been a long time coming but fans of the channel have been begging for this dude to record and release his own music for years and finally it's fucking happening :D This first single doesn't disappoint and I am very excited :)))))

ok bye

posted 2 months ago
#526 tftv safe space (no harassment plz) in Off Topic

about 2 months ago I finally called off a relationship of about 10 months. As I'm continuing to process it I'm only further realizing how toxic and emotionally manipulative my partner was. I feel like I was lured into a relationship with someone extremely welcoming and open-minded, however as time kept going by, this person kept showing themselves to be increasingly demanding to the point of making me feel like I was never good enough, would engage in conflict with me extremely frequently and deny me whenever I'd question if having so much conflict in a relationship was healthy, and use tactics like silent treatment and pouting. I really loved this person at the time, to the point where I felt like all this was a measly sacrifice in the grand scheme of things, but this ultimately meant that I kept enabling this behaviour even further.

As I move forward, I'm very happy to no longer be with this person, but I can't help but feel a lot of anger build up inside me when I think about them now. I look back at the good times and can't help but get angry at myself for not standing up for myself and always playing into their demands, as well as angry at them for taking the liberty of having their way with me and making me feel like I'm always lacking something...

posted 3 months ago
#6 stock market crash? in Off Topic

could be real

posted 3 months ago
#6 master config is so not nice in The Dumpster

bumping legendary thread

posted 8 months ago
#14 ultiduo dream team in TF2 General Discussion
Matthesyo snack

Ciao... Forza Juve!

posted 9 months ago
#10 ultiduo dream team in TF2 General Discussion

Syncing + Timus
Mike + Mirelin
b4nny + nursey
V!s + Jun0

posted 9 months ago
#56 weird music you like in Off Topic

Harsh noise and power electronics music are extremely cathartic genres for me. I understand why some people won't even consider them as music, but they do something for me that I can't quite get out of any other sound.
Sometimes I also like to listen to number station recordings.
I would also really recommend at least one listen of Peter Sotos' Buyer's Market. This album can be very disturbing and unpleasant for some, but I still think there's something to gain out of the experience of listening to this record.

posted 10 months ago
#3 my funny idea about ariana grande in Off Topic

godtier but I think it would have been funnier if you posted the image and just didn't explain anything

posted about a year ago
#21 Describe Yourself in One Article in Off Topic

posted about a year ago
#12 rahThread: knife & fork in which hand? in Off Topic

All my siblings and I are right handed, but we all hold our forks with our right hand because our mom taught us how to eat and she is left handed

posted about a year ago
#29 bedroom accessory recommendations in Hardware

Fake plants hung from ceiling
Posters, or tapestry if you're going for that unemployed hippie vibe
Mini fridge
Don't skip out on a dehumidifier if you live somewhere where humidity is a year-round nuisance.

posted about a year ago
#10 music production techniques that make you nut in Music, Movies, TV
Loud this layering at the beginning. Ive got no clues what its called and dont know tons of songs that make use of it but i would love to change that.

Kanye West - Hold My Liquor

posted about a year ago
#3 music production techniques that make you nut in Music, Movies, TV

I always find it really impressive when sound engineers manage to pull off thick layers of distorted guitars and make it still sound clean and defined. Any of the songs off Smashing Pumpkins - Siamese Dream are an excellent example of this. Lately I've been listening to lots of Deafheaven and they are fantastic at this too.

I love it when there are big, sudden jumps in dynamic range when a song shifts from verse to chorus. Weezer - Say It Ain't So and Nirvana - Heart Shaped Box are the first examples that come to mind. Such a simple and common technique, but when done right it can still give me goosebumps.

Microtonality in vocals. Almost all vocalists use microtonality to some degree, but I love it when they make it really obvious. Maynard does this to perfection in his stuff with Tool. The chorus on Eulogy still sends shivers down my spine every single time, though he flaunts this to perfection on all of Ænima.

posted about a year ago
#4 these new Deafheaven singles in Music, Movies, TV

It's a Danelectro 59M. Amazing, sparkly and jangly clean tones on it. Super cheap for the quality too! Give them a checking out!
Jimmy Page used one during his time with Led Zeppelin. You can see him play his here:

posted about a year ago
#1 these new Deafheaven singles in Music, Movies, TV

might be my favourite tracks from this band. They have such an amazing shoegaze sound I swear. Don't even mind them departing from the metal sound.

Here's my new guitar I bought : )

posted about a year ago
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