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Originally Posted by ClarinetsRock View Post
 

I have been following this thread for a while and have found a lot of cool things on here. 

 

I was wondering if anyone found some good Latin or Classical music downloads? 

 

Also, I have been looking for Christian Music in lossless as well.

 

I have found many bands like Skillet on Amazon and places like that in Mp3 and CD, but I wish I could buy their music in better than CD quality. 

 

I love indie Christian bands as well and was wondering if any of you knew of some good ones who had FLAC downloads free or buy? 

 

Just so you know, I love all genres of music and both Christian and secular. 

 

Thank you in advance. 

 

ClarinetsRock

In case you didn't see it elsewhere in the thread, here are some classical / choir performances that I engineered and mastered a while back:

 

This piece by Jan Van der Roost: https://soundcloud.com/immersifi/puszta-four-gypsy-dances

 

A 'somewhat famous' piece by Sousa (especially if you grew up in / live in the U.S.,) as well as three movements from a piece by Persichetti: https://soundcloud.com/immersifi/sets/the-pioneer-high-school-symphony-band-flac-when-downloaded

 

Some choir pieces: https://soundcloud.com/immersifi/sets/ann-arbor-huron-high-school-choirs-summer-2012-flac-when-downloaded

 

There are more choir pieces up there that I engineered, but they are in 320 kbps mp3 format. So, if that's cool, there are those - including a collection of the Ann Arbor Huron High School Choirs performing mostly traditional religious choral pieces (and a few secular ones). If that's also part of what you are looking for, here's the link: https://soundcloud.com/immersifi/sets/ann-arbor-huron-high-school-1

 

There are still more choir tracks up on the immersifi (soundcloud) page, but again, they are in 320 kbps mp3. If that's cool, then I suggest that you check them out. I hope that you will enjoy them, but please, do not stream them - I agonized over the fidelity, and the streaming player on that site is pretty bad...download the tracks if you think you are interested (and it sounds like you are indeed interested). Anyway...here's hoping you like them.

 

Mark


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Originally Posted by DonutDeflector View Post

Hey guys, just accidentally formatted my hard drive. XD

Any suggestions for free EDM albums?
I'm looking for Monstercat-esk albums.
(Happy Hardcore, Electro, Dubstep, Trance, anything really)

Let's get you back on your feet bud.

 

Saturate records has some good stuff, and new albums are normally free for a couple months.  I'd look at Zeke Beats first of what's free now.

 

 

Pilerats has a new compilation that has a good variety.  The two albums they released before are also free.

 

He hasn't done anything recently but NiT GriT is a good source for some brostep that isn't horribly produced.  All of his albums are free but the linked EP is my favorite of the bunch.

 

Finally, there's Bleep Bloop and Electric Mantis, who release some (but sadly not all) of there singles as WAV and FLAC files.

 

EDM has taken the brunt of the loudness war and as such it doesn't bother me as much about getting 320kps mp3's instead of lossless files since most of it is rather excessively compressed.

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:D Thanks! 

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Originally Posted by VRSN 3pt oh View Post
 

Let's get you back on your feet bud.

 

Saturate records has some good stuff, and new albums are normally free for a couple months.  I'd look at Zeke Beats first of what's free now.

 

 

Pilerats has a new compilation that has a good variety.  The two albums they released before are also free.

 

He hasn't done anything recently but NiT GriT is a good source for some brostep that isn't horribly produced.  All of his albums are free but the linked EP is my favorite of the bunch.

 

Finally, there's Bleep Bloop and Electric Mantis, who release some (but sadly not all) of there singles as WAV and FLAC files.

 

EDM has taken the brunt of the loudness war and as such it doesn't bother me as much about getting 320kps mp3's instead of lossless files since most of it is rather excessively compressed.

:D Thanks!

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