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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
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    Can you explain your taste in music? Or what your preferred genre is?

    I relate to a lot of your posts. Except for the music!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Urarienev View Post
    Can you explain your taste in music? Or what your preferred genre is?

    I relate to a lot of your posts. Except for the music!
    I relate to quite a few of your posts as well .

    I can try. For a full list of the music I listen to, please see this.

    I listen mostly to electronic music. It's my bread and butter really. I like music that has what I consider to be "interesting sounds and patterns". Instruments, synthesized noises that haven't been used before, seldom are used, or are arranged in a unique manner. I find it to be stimulating and it feels good to hear them. I also look for music that has a persistent low pitch sound to it. Either a heavy bassline, hum, etc. It's a subtle aspect but it's really important in most things. I've noticed over the years that this is actually something a lot of people don't seem to care for. I also really like music that conveys something almost other-worldly. Like it is not of here, not grounded, and moves of it's own devices. I also like music that combines unlike sounds with each other. Instruments, or patterns that on the surface don't seem to mix, or that they shouldn't mix at all, but ultimately do. I like music that when I listen, I can pick apart, hear each individual noise on its own, and focus on just that.

    I wish there was a term for the genre I listen to, because I know it when I hear it (it's a subset of electronic music).

    Does that help?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    I relate to quite a few of your posts as well .

    I can try. For a full list of the music I listen to, please see this.

    I listen mostly to electronic music. It's my bread and butter really. I like music that has what I consider to be "interesting sounds and patterns". Instruments, synthesized noises that haven't been used before, seldom are used, or are arranged in a unique manner. I find it to be stimulating and it feels good to hear them. I also look for music that has a persistent low pitch sound to it. Either a heavy bassline, hum, etc. It's a subtle aspect but it's really important in most things. I've noticed over the years that this is actually something a lot of people don't seem to care for. I also really like music that conveys something almost other-worldly. Like it is not of here, not grounded, and moves of it's own devices. I also like music that combines unlike sounds with each other. Instruments, or patterns that on the surface don't seem to mix, or that they shouldn't mix at all, but ultimately do. I like music that when I listen, I can pick apart, hear each individual noise on its own, and focus on just that.

    I wish there was a term for the genre I listen to, because I know it when I hear it (it's a subset of electronic music).

    Does that help?
    I just find this funny cause it's very rare, very, to find a genre that I'm not interested in. Your description sounds exactly how I hear it. Lol it sounds like patterns that aren't supposed to mix.

    I think I'm going to have to listen for what you're talking about. No time right now. But I'm going to work on this.

    It takes a lot to surprise me, and im just sort of baffled by this music.

    So interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Urarienev View Post
    I just find this funny cause it's very rare, very, to find a genre that I'm not interested in. Your description sounds exactly how I hear it. Lol it sounds like patterns that aren't supposed to mix.

    I think I'm going to have to listen for what you're talking about. No time right now. But I'm going to work on this.

    It takes a lot to surprise me, and im just sort of baffled by this music.

    So interesting.
    Hahaha. The stuff I listen to is definitely not for everyone. I don't really know why I like what I do. I just do. It's not so much that you need to listen to what I described. It's more that I noticed I like music where I can pick it apart if I want to. I usually listen to it as a whole, but each sound is able to (more or less) be independently heard.

    Two very good bands to "start" with if and when you want to explore it (as they both approach things from opposite ends of what I listen to and are very well known) would be Portishead, and The Knife. Even if they aren't liked by the listener, it's easy to see that these guys really know music.



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