2/7/2017 - Rise of Electronic Music
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Electronic music was created in the discos and nightclubs nationwide in early eighties. Today, this genre of music, also referred to as Electronic Dance Music or EDM is a music largely developed by disk jockeys having a purpose of creating environment for dance-based entertainment.

Eric Liniger

EDM soon became one of the most popular music genres all around the world and a few of the forms of electronic music are Breakbeat, Dance-punk, Eurodance, Freestyle, House, Techno and Trance. Though the roots of electronic music are based in the disco music that was extremely popular within the 1970s it was only in 1990s, this type music was widely accepted and it became among the contemporary music styles in following years. Electronic music is generally created by way of electronic equipments and instruments like synthesizers, drum machines and sequencers also it mimics the initial sounds from the traditional acoustic instrumentation.

Trance Music

Apart from electro music genres like trance, techno, house and breakbeat which are primarily intended for dancing. Some genres of electronic music like IDM and trip hop are more related to listening rather than body movements. Trance, also is one of the types of electronic genre of music, is really a mixture of techno, house and industrial music. The name is undoubtedly associated with perceive the ability of music to induce an altered condition of consciousness.

Using the growth of computers and music technologies, and reduction in the cost of music equipments, numerous upcoming artists and disk jockeys have emerged, showcasing their talent and taking electronic music one stage further. Also, with the creation of hard disk drive recording system, it's possible for any computer user to become a musician, hence we have seen a rising trend of bedroom bands where often only single player may be the band himself.

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