Any other Musicians out there?

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Any other Musicians out there?


By Hazoff

1 year ago



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#1 1 year ago

I had a thread a while ago for this but its seems to have disappeared, what instrument do you play? do you write and record? Lets hear some stuff.

#2 1 year ago

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#3 1 year ago

My main instrument is the piano. I’ve been playing semi professionally for a couple years, did some weddings, it was cool. My buddy is an incredibly talented drummer and guitarist. He and I don’t do anything professionally, but we sit in a room and jam to Steely Dan and improv some blues.

In college, I was the musical director for our A Capella group. We competed nationally in the ICCAs (á la that movie Pitch Perfect), and won a couple of awards, but nothing big.

When I can, I’ll see if I can dig out some tunes we’ve done. I rarely record anything.

#4 1 year ago
Quoted from mbaumle:

My main instrument is the piano.

Listen to any Classical? I'm a big Bach guy and love Glenn Gould's interpretations. I play a little piano, thats my biggest regret with regards to music, I wish I had taken more lessons.

#5 1 year ago

I’m not so much into classical, although I have a deep appreciation for the genre. I’m mostly jazz influenced. I prefer dirty chord progressions with complex structuring more than flowing and always resolute sounds of classical music.

#6 1 year ago

I am a producer. Www.hereaftermusic.com

#7 1 year ago

Most people probably don't consider it an "instrument" but I scratch records. You have to practice and build up timing and muscle memory and all that sort of thing.

I also make beats out of records and other samples (this is more like arrangement and mixing than playing an instrument though)

#8 1 year ago

I would love to learn to play the piano. I have a Yamaha DX-7 but have no time to put into learning at the moment. I also taught myself some (very) basic drum patterns. I wish I had a kit.

#9 1 year ago

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#10 1 year ago

Main instrument Drums, play some guitar & bass.
nice RIC btw

#11 1 year ago

Main instrument Drums, I also play some guitar & bass.
nice RIC btw!

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#12 1 year ago
Quoted from Jam_Burglar:

Most people probably don't consider it an "instrument" but I scratch records. You have to practice and build up timing and muscle memory and all that sort of thing.
» YouTube video
I also make beats out of records and other samples (this is more like arrangement and mixing than playing an instrument though)
» YouTube video

Yep the same here. Love sampling and building beats w/ the my computer or MPC. I do scratch and beat juggle sometimes still, since thats what really put me full throttle into producing. I just love the versatility

I play Sax sometimes still. Played for 7 years throughout school. also played guitar and sang in a band in highschool like everyone else.

but I honestly never share my songs or jam with anyone now. I think when I die ill have someone dump all my songs onto the internet.

#13 1 year ago

The guy asked for musicians not drummers

sorry I had to. I still love me some musician jokes.

I can play drums fine... until I have to use my feet lol. Seriously much respect for drummers, I suck at them.

#14 1 year ago

Drums for 45 years. With same band for 21 years.

#15 1 year ago
Quoted from Jam_Burglar:

Most people probably don't consider it an "instrument" but I scratch records. You have to practice and build up timing and muscle memory and all that sort of thing.
» YouTube video
I also make beats out of records and other samples (this is more like arrangement and mixing than playing an instrument though)
» YouTube video

me to.
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produce for major labels, radio mix shows, tour. the works. started doing it at age 12 and was mixing on air since age 15. a long road. yes, turntables are an instrument. watch any DMC finals and tell me otherwise

#16 1 year ago

Please post any music u guys have recorded, I usually just record my jams with whatever drummer I'm playing with or use a drum track then add guitar, I can play the drums but not that well, same with guitar I play it like a six string bass. Don't judge this stuff is just for fun. Heres a few, lots on my you tube channel. I like heavy but also do what i call circus style, I'm not a good guitar player so keep that in mind.

#17 1 year ago
Quoted from silver_spinner:

me to.
technics 1200 x 8 of them
produce for major labels, radio mix shows, tour. the works. started doing it at age 12 and was mixing on air since age 15. a long road. yes, turntables are an instrument. watch any DMC finals and tell me otherwise

A-Trak?

Seriously though, that's commendable! Much respect. I started around age 19 and wish I would have gotten on it earlier.

#18 1 year ago

more, this is me trying to play the keyboard and everything else, lets hear some original music please

#19 1 year ago

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#20 1 year ago

I bugle for Churchill Downs and Keeneland. I also used to play in a prog death metal band. I wish that I could go back and rerecord some of this stuff. My chops are much better these days. https://www.reverbnation.com/amalgamate

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#21 1 year ago

I play guitar (and lots of other gizmos) in a band called 30 Fathom Grave. If you like Nine Inch Nails, Deftones, and space rock bands like Failure, you might dig our music.

We released our 3rd album, “Aurora,” this past June. It’s our first instrumental album. It’s available (along with our other albums) on iTunes, Apple Music, Bandcamp, Spotify, Tidal, etc. You can stream “Aurora” and the others free on YouTube:

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLuhlk2jzY996gg5H9Er4uS5Ioi6-3F15o

We’re working on our 4th album right now, and it’s influenced by John Carpenter and early 80’s synth stuff.

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#22 1 year ago

It's all 12 notes...

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