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    I thought the ambient drones and tones were from a library created by Keith hillebrandt. He essentially made a sample library for Trent and the gang.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fillow View Post
    There an ever simpler answer: this is neither a sample nor an attempt to recreate one. They recorded mountains of this stuff, tons of which never even reached anything resembling a song arrangement. This bit just happened to sound like this.
    Ah yes, the old "monkeys pressing random keys on a synthesizer for an infinite amount of time" theorem.

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    NIN spotting 2020

    Not sure if anybody else saw this, but Phoebe Bridgers and Lars Ulrich briefly talk about their appreciation for NIN in this video. Starts at like the 26 minute mark.



    I’m a huge Phoebe Bridgers fan, and sort of wondered during a few spots in “Punisher” if she had ever been a fan of Trent’s. Not because her music is even remotely in the same genre, but because she employs little bits of production trickery into her songs in a way that feels similar to what Trent has done throughout his career.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBang View Post
    Ah yes, the old "monkeys pressing random keys on a synthesizer for an infinite amount of time" theorem.
    The monkeys need to tweak the knobs and sliders too

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmtd View Post
    The monkeys need to tweak the knobs and sliders too
    It was the blurst of times. for real.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eachpassingphase View Post
    I’m a huge Phoebe Bridgers fan
    Better Oblivion Community Center is fuckin MINT

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    Quote Originally Posted by tony.parente View Post
    Better Oblivion Community Center is fuckin MINT
    Chesapeake is one of the most beautiful songs I’ve ever heard.

    I’m still sort of in awe of how much music she has put out (BOCC, Boy Genius, random collabs with Lord Huron and others - plus her two solo albums!) in the lasts few years. And all of it is good, how she puts out that much good shit so rapidly is impressive.

    I love it when my faves love my faves.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mfte View Post
    It was the blurst of times. for real.
    You stupid monkey!

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    I looked around in various threads, but couldn't find this posted. I'm sure it's somewhere. If not....

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    Quote Originally Posted by eachpassingphase View Post
    Not sure if anybody else saw this, but Phoebe Bridgers and Lars Ulrich briefly talk about their appreciation for NIN in this video. Starts at like the 26 minute mark.



    I’m a huge Phoebe Bridgers fan, and sort of wondered during a few spots in “Punisher” if she had ever been a fan of Trent’s. Not because her music is even remotely in the same genre, but because she employs little bits of production trickery into her songs in a way that feels similar to what Trent has done throughout his career.


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    That is sooo awesome! Punisher and Boygenius were probably the two albums I've most listened to these two last years.
    Thank you for sharing that!

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    For Aaron fans out there: some podcast interview he did recently


    Want a drinking game? Take a shot every time one of them says "Like" at least three times in a row.
    Last edited by fillow; 11-27-2020 at 02:20 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fillow View Post
    Want a drinking game? Take a shot every time one of them says "Like" at least three times in a row.
    Aw, lovely. Also, don't blame the man, he's from L.A. after all.

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    plenty of my songs have two bass lines. plenty of joy division and the cure and plenty of other bands do this frequently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DVYDRNS View Post
    plenty of my songs have two bass lines. plenty of joy division and the cure and plenty of other bands do this frequently.
    Indeed:


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    On Thursday there will be a Variety virtual discussion about Soul and Mank that can be signed up for for free

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