Seriously I watched all the summer split so far and I can’t help but think how much the LCS has declined in watchability. The new graphic for the scoreboard is hard to read and ugly, the casting has been sub par, and the constant lag I keep seeing in the broadcast makes me want to check my own router. I just don’t understand, given Coronavirus, how the production quality has gone down so much. I guess I’m an LEC fan now, which is fine cause Froskurinn is currently my favorite caster
There are so many "good" (and horrific) ones to choose from. I think just the nature of film sets, especially with location shooting where big money, eccentric creative talent and a summer camp atmosphere all collide and sometimes create these wild stories of sex, drugs, danger and general debauchery.
For me personally, I find everything surrounding Richard Stanley's The Island of Dr. Moreau fascinating. I remember when I was younger being bizarrely drawn to the film in a, 'it's so bad but I can't look away' sort of way. There was something about it that was just fascinating to me. It wasn't until years later that I read all about the insane production. Richard Stanley losing control of things, climbing trees and refusing to come down, getting kicked off his own film and staying out in the jungle. Brando and Kilmer being massive divas and basically doing everything they could to sabotage the production while hating each other, the crazy stories of drugs and sex. I mean the wh... keep reading on reddit ➡
To you beginners out there, EDM production in not something you can learn in a video. Not a day, not a week, not year but many years. 10000 hours makes a master, you can’t speed up time. So stop taking shortcuts, it is much more useful to watch 2 hour walk throughs rather than some meme 5 minute video someone made. The short videos are to give you an idea of what to make, they don’t show you the process of going from a blank project to a song. That’s my little tip for all beginners out there!
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What I mean by 'sample-oriented' is taking a basic sample and base your instrumentation on how you chop/ loop it; not just once but as the backbone of your production in the first place.
I had this question since I've been watching Andrew Huang's '4 producers 1 sample' series and felt concerned about the lesser effort I think it'd need to produce a song yet vindicated for previous songs I made since they were sample heavy itself.
At the very least I'd like to know if its a legitimate practice or if its a lazy way out, or if its a genre of its own