Techno and trance are two electronic dance music (EDM) genres that may sound similar to some people. However, there are differences between the two genres.
Every electronic dance music (EDM) genre started once with the first song (track) in that genre, including the house genre. We can learn more about the house genre by knowing more about this genre’s first song.
House and Trance, two electronic dance music (EDM) genres that could sound similar to some people. However, there are differences between the two genres.
A reverb unit’s pre-delay and decay durations are only two settings, but some people might find it hard to set them the way they like for their song elements, which was also a problem for me. As far as I know, there are two ways we can determine pre-delay and decay times that we like.
House and Techno, two electronic dance music (EDM) genres that could sound similar to some people. However, there are differences between the two genres.
You might have come across TR-808, TR-909, or TB-303, and you may be wondering what they mean in music. At first glance, these are only letters and numbers. However, they represent some of the most important musical instruments in the history of modern music.
In the late 1990s, the Progressive House genre emerged as a new, unique take on traditional house music and related electronic dance music (EDM) styles. Over the years, artists and DJs have immersed themselves in Progressive House music, both sticking to the original qualities and straying from the path a bit. So, what is Progressive… Continue reading The Progressive House Genre
We can use the tempo of a song as part of classifying the music genre of the song. Knowing the common tempos of a music genre can help us understand that genre better, which can help, for example, to make songs for that genre. This post is about common EDM genre tempos.
Some people don’t like electronic dance music (EDM), yet its popularity has only soared over recent years. So what is it about EDM that draws listeners in and keeps them coming back for more? Why do people like it?
Many hardware and software synthesizers have a detune button that we, for example, can find in the unison section. With this button, we can change the wideness of the sound. However, knowing what this button does might help us to use it more effectively.