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accepted What's the theory behind the “80s” sound of a song?
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comment What's the theory behind the “80s” sound of a song?
@Percusse: so you are saying they just found a melodic phrase that sounded ok and just reworked it. I subscribe to this, but then I don't understand the peculiarity of this phrase in terms of music theory to be so unique. I am quite sure a similar question can be asked about '70s, 60s and many other "music periods".
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comment What's the theory behind the “80s” sound of a song?
That's clearly a factor, but the same '80s style is found in the Andre Matos reinterpretation, where very little of the 80s sounds are used. It's the melody which is unmistakely '80s
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comment What is the “buzzing” instrument in this song from Eluveitie, “A Rose for Epona”?
it might also be this one en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hurdy_Gurdy
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