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It seems reasonable that in 1000 years time, there will exist music which is completely removed from any known genre that exists now. It would sound totally alien to 21st century ears. It will likely have developed through a chain of minor genre permutations. In theory, nothing prevents a person from inventing this music today, so I believe that it is ...


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I think it's possible...I always refrain from saying anything is impossible. When thinking of creating or discovering new genres, don't count out new instruments that have yet to be invented (due to technology advances and new discoveries...Techno and such wouldn't be around without drum machines) or fresh mashups with 'new' sound sources (whale songs, ...


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Is it possible to create a completely new genre of music This question might appear really weird, but still I ended up asking. Its not weird at all. Many composers throughout history have asked this very question. I will give a tentative "yes" to this portion of the question, with the clarification that by genre we are referring to the stylistic ...


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All music comes from the same concept... pitched sounds and silences. Therefore, the quick and dirty answer to the question is a resounding NO in E flat with a two beat silence afterwards. The concept of genres is not a musical concept. It is a marketing concept. The only reason that a scuba-diver-metal-bachata-core genre might exist is because some ...


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No, you won't be able to come up with something which is sufficiently recognisable as music which shares literally nothing in common with any existing style. However, plenty of people, especially in electronic music forms, will decide to label their music with a new genre which reflects their style in some way. It sometimes feels like there's one genre for ...



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