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Not quite on topic, but I want to instigate a sub-genre of "noise" called Merzbeat. Total mid-2000's laptop Merzbow copycat-worship. Something strange about this era. I don't even think it's his best (a very mixed bag), but there's something addicting about it. Making similar sounds is a very zen-l...
- Fri May 17, 2019 3:36 pm
- Forum: Noise
- Topic: The second split 7' (The Mysterious Creep/Cynic at Best)
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More awful YouTube noise, this time with a guy who has something of a discography.
- Sat Apr 20, 2019 6:11 pm
- Forum: Miscellaneous
- Topic: Why do we continue to put up with Cleverbot?
- Replies: 303
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Is no one else bothered that seemingly half of noiseguide is nonsense spewed by a bot? Having to scroll through page after page of cleverbot replies has gotten old as shit. Why do we allow someone to essentially spam the forum with garbage text?
- Sat Apr 06, 2019 1:29 pm
- Forum: Noise
- Topic: Like Weeds - Ourselves Alone Tape/T-shirt preorder
- Replies: 3
- Views: 362
Out of curiosity, is Like Weeds named after the song by His Hero Is Gone?
My current setup, shot in authentic Gristle-O-Vision (patent pending)! Pedals are: Behringer Vintage Delay, Zoom B1 Bass multi-effect, Digitech Death Metal, EHX Bass Big Muff, ProCo Rat (not pictured). Contact Mic is next to the guitar, a little hard to see amidst all the cables. Not pictured: metal...
I knew what it was gonna be a picture of, yet I still looked. Am I an idiot or just overly curious?xdugef wrote: ↑Mon Apr 01, 2019 1:49 pmScroll to the bottom of this page but yeah deep cut arm vagina action
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Pickup choice can also effect feedback. Are your pickups wax-potted? If they aren't, you can ramp up the gain to get them microphonic. Makes more interesting feedback (read: screechier) and you can yell into them. If they are wax-potted, you can crack it off. I'd suggest getting someone to explain i...
I went ahead and put it together. Didn't have much time to prepare for our first gig (rehearsals for a school performance), so I just got the contact mic and duct taped it to the back of the headstock on my bass. For the final performance (we got in, somehow) I'll be adding a bass big muff with the ...
- Sun Mar 17, 2019 3:54 pm
- Forum: Noise
- Topic: I did a split video! (is that a thing?)
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In proper noise fashion, I did a split release with fellow Youtube noise artist Noir Bitters. Because I'm easily amused by transplanting elements of one medium into another, I decided we would do a split 7 minutes. I make screechy bass guitar noise with some added death metal drone shenanigans (all ...
- Sat Feb 02, 2019 7:56 am
- Forum: Gear
- Topic: Cheapest, dirtiest, low-tech, most no-fi methods you used
- Replies: 77
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The cheapest method I used was free apps on my phone. Modsynth + Bandlab (I can record things into guitar tracks and put distortion on them? Sign me up!) + Voice Recorder covered all my early bases. I guess there are probably cheaper phones, but it's a hand-me-down from my Dad so it cost me nothing....
Screeching feedback is exactly what I want with this. I do have a bass guitar, but it won't have that high-pitched screeching feedback to it. Plus it's a decent instrument that I wouldn't want to abuse, something that this device is going to need to handle a lot of. So get on craigslist, gumtree, w...
Even with low gain, a contact mic generally feeds back like a mofo. They have these things called basses, and they do make a good basis for low frequency noise machines :mrgreen: Screeching feedback is exactly what I want with this. I do have a bass guitar, but it won't have that high-pitched scree...
I've been planning to do noisecore stuff (Gerogerigegege, World, Bucket of Piss, just lots of noise, yelling, and blast beats), but my old noise box (received as a Christmas gift, guitar strings into a wooden box with 1/4 out) is much too fragile to handle punishment like drumstick bashing and throw...