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For questions relating to the class of electronically-synthesized music genres. Specific genres should be tagged where appropriate.

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A lot of the defining sound of electro (and related styles) comes from harmonically rich sounds. You'll find distortion and waveforms with many harmonics. In contrast, house tends to be more conservat …
answered Aug 28 '14 by Lyd
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Let's first define Musique Concrète as: Music crafted from the manipulation of recorded sounds. You can find more in-depth definitions here and here. Where to start? Before we can manipulate s …
answered May 13 '14 by Lyd
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Add imperfection, variance. Think of which dynamics are being implemented too perfectly and mess with them. The two most important are time and amplitude, but you can also mess with timbre and any oth …
answered Oct 17 '15 by Lyd
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It doesn't need to be expensive. Computer: You don't need an expensive system, and chances are that the one you are using right now is more than enough. I have used a 2GB RAM, 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 D …
answered Apr 29 '14 by Lyd
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You use MIDI mapping. It's the same for any MIDI device. Go to MIDI options and make sure your device or MIDI port is enabled as Remote device. Press the MIDI mapping button, it is in the upper …
answered Feb 5 '15 by Lyd
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It depends. It's not important, in the sense that it is not needed. There are different input dynamics, you use the one that you are more comfortable with. It can be important, though. If you are no …
answered Sep 27 '14 by Lyd
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They are not always the same. There can be differences in the harmonic content, in the wave shape, even if they are unnoticeable to the ear (or most ears). There are many different ways to generate …
answered Nov 18 '14 by Lyd
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Harmonic mixing is the practice of using music theory in your dj sets. You can use this knowledge to achieve specific functions when mixing two songs (similar to chord progressions), or to know whic …
answered Dec 23 '13 by Lyd
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There is no blanket answer to your question. It depends. "It depends" isn't very useful though, so let's try to dive a little more into it. Advantages and disadvantages Generally speaking: Sample …
answered Mar 1 '15 by Lyd
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Seems that you are new to the whole synthesis thing and you are looking for specific sounds found in other songs, so I recommend you to start with a software synthesizer that has a big and good librar …
answered Jun 11 '14 by Lyd