SketchMan3 wrote:

Cool... Dylan Sprouse artwork.

is that sarcasm?
but yes, he is an excellent pixel artist

ugh I wish I hadn't missed this. WHY DID I LEAVE BLIP EARLY THAT NIGHT

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(66 replies, posted in General Discussion)

Bit wish wrote:
DKSTR wrote:

First Bizkit album is still solid for the most of it. Best parts of the bands are awesome (some really cool riffs and bass work) and worst parts are tolerable (lyrics). 90's Ross Robinson was a really great producer. Everything after that..eh.

theres a reason why people are still listening to linkin park and not limp biscuit smile

I'm sure there are just as few people still listening to limp bizkit as there are still listening to linkin park..

Decktonic wrote:

I hope you guys plan to release more stuff in the future.

we do, and are currently working on it!
its taking a bit of time though, since I'm in Maryland for the summer and PopSTAR is still in Manhattan.
lots n lots of sending stuff back and forth...

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(87 replies, posted in Releases)

Frostbyte wrote:

Nah, I've never played live actually. If I had the opportunity to, I would tongue

Thanks man!

YOU HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY JUST GET ON A DARN BUS YA FOOL tongue

"HOODSIDE"

$4, all ages. 9:00pm
13 Woodside Avenue
Thurmont, MD 21788

https://www.facebook.com/events/254086358028782/

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(124 replies, posted in General Discussion)

Frostbyte wrote:

lawlawlawl 2012

way to plug yourself...

anyway, (in no particular order):
live in nyc - condom
2012 - frostbyte
wish - je mappelle
knife city - knife city
cosmic lovely lovely - NNNNNNNNNN
revengineers - revengineers
four chord tropes for dopes - victory road
journy ep - vince kaichan

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(141 replies, posted in General Discussion)

Nesiss wrote:

I mean I would never think that chipmusic was a very lucrative career, I mean if you are semi popular you have to make some money right?

not really, every "semi popular" artist i personally know has at least one job or actual source of income
edit: (err, i shouldn't speak in extremes... I guess I don't know for sure that they ALL do)

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(65 replies, posted in Collaborations)

http://kedromelon.com/album/sky-attack-ep

EDIT: oh and if you want something that's not chiptune by any chance http://noahlemen.bandcamp.com/ :3

I don't know that I have a preference.  I certainly like HAVING physical copies, but I always end up ripping CDs and only listening to them from my computer or phone anyway. 
Like sketchman said, I have a hard time being patient enough to wait for shipping of a physical release online if the digital version is available too.  I do buy physical releases if they are available in person though (like at shows and stuff).  I suppose its a matter of convenience.

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(1,621 replies, posted in General Discussion)

Auxcide wrote:

My super minimal mobile case. Mostly for last minute stuff.

whoa, I like that a lot.  Did you get foam yourself and add it to that plastic case? been thinking about doing something like that, myself... where'd you get the foam?

Doesn't this pretty much cover it?

i read sirens of titan, slaughterhouse-five, and bluebeard... really enjoyed them all.  I think sirens of titan would have to be my favorite though.

someone just close this hatefest already

boomglitch wrote:

if you wanna quit man quit, but my advice to you is.....

LURKLURKLURKLURKLURKLURK! EVERY LSDJ ARTICLE, EVERY THREAD, EVERYTHING!

AND EVERYWHERE ALL THE TIME! ALL DAY!

this! man, I was hoping someone would say this.
you can learn and figure out literally everything you need to get the ball rolling WITHOUT saying a single word to any of us chipjerks

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(87 replies, posted in Software & Plug-ins)

Saskrotch wrote:

example : http://twitpic.com/8dafvo

whoa, I'm gonna have to mess around with trying that

I had previously been using Ableton for everything musical I do except for recording LSDJ... I had been using Logic for that.
Now I've switched entirely over to Ableton, no multitracking really, but I sync LSDJ with ableton's clock and then use ableton's native plugs and ozone for post junk.