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Try looking up AudioSauna. It's still being developed, but is fully functioning as a music making program.
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Seth wrote:So I need a free program that will allow me to make beats. Does anyone have any insight into this kind of thing?
I use Noteworthy Composer when composing; the version I have allows one to export MIDI files.
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To quote from the video game thread topic:
TheMobian wrote:Just played through Klonoa: Door to Phantomile, and Klonoa 2: Lunatea's Veil again over the past week.
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What can I say? Their still the two greatest games ever to be created on the face of the earth.
Now if you'll excuse me, I'm off to cry in the corner to this song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=drkUZB13ai8
And sit in whimsical fancy while tearing up to this song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qaBVsUBw7v4
I don't think any other game before, or since, has had music as emotionally stirring as the Klonoa series. ever...
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I can't think of a more emotional soundtrack to listen to today.
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Dang, the piano and strings in that first link are amazing. Kinda reminds me of "Beginning of Fall" from Mana Khemia 2.

And second link, upbeat with a bass, chimes, piano? Pretty dang cool. And now there's a flute. Cool.

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TarkaTarquol wrote:Dang, the piano and strings in that first link are amazing. Kinda reminds me of "Beginning of Fall" from Mana Khemia 2.

And second link, upbeat with a bass, chimes, piano? Pretty dang cool. And now there's a flute. Cool.

WHY HAVE I NOT HEARD OF THIS GAME!?
Probably because its the most underrated game series in the history of the world. Plus its extremely rare to get your hands on any one of the games right now. I mean, I think the cheapest you can get "Klonoa: Door to Phantomile" new for is over 300 bucks on ebay,(there's a "Never been opened" one for 2,000 dollars, not even joking) and used its still 60 bucks minimum on Amazon. *dies*
But still, the Klonoa series was AMAZING! And the emotion of the music was just so stunning every time...

Here's another one that makes me teary eyed: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xTQ1ChXeqIk
And probably the most famous of Klonoa's songs, Baladium's Drive: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3YyhuIRRnpM

I could spend all day linking to Klonoa Music, but I think its best to let you guys explore it on your own. Or, better yet, BUY ALL THE GAMES! :mrgreen: Its totally worth it! ;)
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Right now, I've found myself addicted to this song: Noisia's "Soul Purge."

"Nervous, twisted, coursing off and convoluted, slightly edgy, messy, caught in the net, left to our own devices... these thoughts we collected, but after the soul purge we emerge from the depths." It describes me pretty well...

I'm also really into Amon Tobin's album, ISAM. It sounds like he's just cobbling together random sounds, which is basically what he did, but he does it so well that it became as a masterpiece of electronic music. Might I mention that he only used one instrument sample in the creation of that album, and it was a kick drum that only appeared in the second half of the first track?
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Alicia Keys w/Nicki Minaj - Girl on Fire (Inferno)
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Remove Noisia, insert Fat Rat.

This guy is awesome.
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Lots of Dinosaur Jr. right now. Mostly their newer stuff, but some old songs too.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgTJtdn6VjM
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The booti of Ridge Racer.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9chg0kylE8

I'm really intrigued by this late 90's electronic. I like how laid-back it is.

It's really depressing that stuff like this is what replaced it. Ugh...
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Some ambient music by Brian Eno, not sure why. I really love it though!
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NIN perform "Metal" with Gary Numan
NIN perform "Cars" with Gary Numan
There should be more of this. These two are great together.
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Amaranthe - The Nexus

Every so often a song comes along that makes me feel like I can fly...
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RIP Ray Manzarek, founding member of The Doors. :(
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Brings back some great memories :D

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Do you know Smooth McGroove?
I love his acapella arrangements :) (and of course his cat Charl ;) )

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Didn't see this earlier, good stuff.

Borrowed some Marilyn Manson from a friend, never really listened to his stuff before.
Eh, not all of it's that great, but I love the covers of the Eurythmics Sweet Dreams and Depeche Mode's Personal Jesus
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Punchy wrote:
Didn't see this earlier, good stuff.

Borrowed some Marilyn Manson from a friend, never really listened to his stuff before.
Eh, not all of it's that great, but I love the covers of the Eurythmics Sweet Dreams and Depeche Mode's Personal Jesus
Marilyn Manson is a guilty pleasure for me. Although I think he does good music, especially covers, his sound, appearance and whole persona is just so derivative. He rips off everybody from Alice Cooper to Trent Reznor to David Bowie to any number of industrial or black metal bands. As much talent as he shows he is kind of a poser.

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New Queens of the Stone Age is so close! I can hardly wait!!
Also, Trent Reznor announced new NIN later this year!
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I'm totally wired, can't you see?
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Blackmore's Night - Locked within the crystal ball.

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Namco Sound Team-Ridge Racer Type 4.

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This guy's stuff is always great. Original music based on games? Yes please!: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AK9L5zSDRiA

Most recently though I've had the Dust: An Elysian Tail soundtrack stuck in my head: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B82Xmil5 ... niWKw-KhUk
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Edit: I'm just gonna remove all that. Didn't like it.

Currently listening to Pink Floyd's Soundtrack from the film More after having seen the film for the first time.
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Ghost Tonight, by Chairlift
One of the catchiest songs I've ever heard

Signed, Sealed, Delivered, I'm Yours, by of course Stevie Wonder
(Bonus: An a capella version of it)

Diane Young, by Vampire Weekend

Rhythm Nation, by Janet Jackson (I wish there was a higher quality version of the music vid; all the ones I've seen are pretty low res)
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We assume so much, and know so little...
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Tatsuo wrote:Who remembers this song? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3G5IXn0K7A :mrgreen:
Oh yes, I do! :D It was the perfect song to annoy my friends ;)
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'I Feel Good', covered by Bobby McFerrin
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