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Author Topic: What's the future of genres of music?  (Read 378 times)

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Have they done everything or will there be anything as innovating as electronic dance and rave music was in the 80s and 90s. What's the future of music tech and innovation?

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Re: What's the future of genres of music?
« Reply #1 on: 3 months ago »
I was initially expecting a discourse on organization headways additionally, yet having contemplated both music and software engineering maybe gave me an inclination. In any case, the progression has been astounding in sythesis hardware and programming in the most recent decade. I have created a few pieces utilizing a portion of the generally reasonable programming on a standard PC with astounding outcomes. It drives one to think about whether music piece later on will even focus on the live band or symphony, giving a more straightforward way to recording deals.

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Re: What's the future of genres of music?
« Reply #2 on: A month ago »
I was initially expecting a discourse on organization headways additionally, yet having contemplated both music and software engineering maybe gave me an inclination. In any case, the progression has been astounding in sythesis hardware and programming in the most recent decade. I have created a few pieces utilizing a portion of the generally reasonable programming on a standard PC with astounding outcomes. It drives one to think about whether music piece later on will even focus on the live band or symphony, giving a more straightforward way to recording deals.
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Re: What's the future of genres of music?
« Reply #3 on: 2 weeks ago »
What's the future of music tech and innovation?
listen to Oneohtrix Point Never albums: R Plus 7 and Garden of Delete
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Re: What's the future of genres of music?
« Reply #4 on: A week ago »
I'm quite sure that we haven't done 'everything', music's always evolving and so is the technology we use to produce it so fuck knows what might happen in the future; maybe aliens playing their cocks like banjos will be the next big thing?

I think it'll be a while before we see another big revolution though, something like the punk movement or the acid house / rave / jungle culture that spawned so many other genres we take for granted today.  I'm so grateful that I was around the right age to be in the midst of that UK rave generation of the early nineties, it was something so utterly fresh and brand new, which in my opinion isn't something we've really seen since.  Yeah sure there've been other forms of music that have reared up (dubstep for example) but they never seem to have the same feeling, like the tides were shifting, and a lot of people (artists included) seem to have moved on from that a bit.

You'd think that with the accessibility of music production software and how connected we all are nowadays that new forms of music would be popping up all the time, but it doesn't seem to happen that often.  I reckon there are too many people out there all trying to copy each other, watching YouTube tutorials to get 'that sound' rather than standing alone and doing their own thing, like Liam Howlett does so unapologetically. 

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Re: What's the future of genres of music?
« Reply #5 on: A week ago »
I think rave might have a come back if Liam is making rave tracks.
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