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12-10-2012, 12:01 PM
RE: why aren't these music genrea
please post the night core website please... who knows I might agree with you after this.

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12-10-2012, 01:49 PM
RE: why aren't these music genrea
Nightcore Universe, the hub for everything Nightcore. The Urban Dictionary definitions agree with the said statements. The original artist's Facebook page.

I also know two Nightcore "artists".

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12-10-2012, 02:24 PM
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(11-10-2012 09:00 AM)Logica Humano Wrote:  The only difference between Hardstyle and Nightcore is a simple pitch bend. I am a producer, I know a thing or two about electronic music. Electronic music originated from a combination of reggae, grunge, and disco.
Wasn't grunge a 90's thing?
Electronic music started well before the 90s. Wink

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12-10-2012, 04:34 PM
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toshet.... toshet...

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13-10-2012, 01:43 AM (This post was last modified: 13-10-2012 02:55 AM by Logica Humano.)
RE: why aren't these music genrea
(12-10-2012 02:24 PM)LostLocke Wrote:  
(11-10-2012 09:00 AM)Logica Humano Wrote:  The only difference between Hardstyle and Nightcore is a simple pitch bend. I am a producer, I know a thing or two about electronic music. Electronic music originated from a combination of reggae, grunge, and disco.
Wasn't grunge a 90's thing?
Electronic music started well before the 90s. Wink

Grunge emerged in southern London during the 1980s, which is when and where modern electronic also originated.

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13-10-2012, 08:09 AM
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(13-10-2012 01:43 AM)Logica Humano Wrote:  
(12-10-2012 02:24 PM)LostLocke Wrote:  Wasn't grunge a 90's thing?
Electronic music started well before the 90s. Wink

Grunge emerged in southern London during the 1980s, which is when and where modern electronic also originated.
Ehhh, I'd say it goes back farther.
I'm looking at groups like Kraftwerk and Throbbing Gristle and KAF, that all had their starts in the 70s.

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13-10-2012, 05:24 PM
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(13-10-2012 01:43 AM)Logica Humano Wrote:  
(12-10-2012 02:24 PM)LostLocke Wrote:  Wasn't grunge a 90's thing?
Electronic music started well before the 90s. Wink

Grunge emerged in southern London during the 1980s, which is when and where modern electronic also originated.

This generally encompasses subgenres like Dubstep, Downtempo, Complextro, and Drum n Bass.

Kraftwerk birthed House.

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13-10-2012, 06:58 PM
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Ah, OK, I guess that makes more sense.

The problem to me is that saying "electronic" music is like saying "rock" music.
They're both huge groupings that encompass a lot of different sub-genres.

I guess I just trace electronic back to those types of groups I mentioned, because the electronic I listened to (and still do) trace their roots kinda directly to them.... things like EBM, industrial, hard-tech..etc etc

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13-10-2012, 08:36 PM
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(13-10-2012 06:58 PM)LostLocke Wrote:  Ah, OK, I guess that makes more sense.

The problem to me is that saying "electronic" music is like saying "rock" music.
They're both huge groupings that encompass a lot of different sub-genres.

I guess I just trace electronic back to those types of groups I mentioned, because the electronic I listened to (and still do) trace their roots kinda directly to them.... things like EBM, industrial, hard-tech..etc etc

Yeah, I am more bass culture oriented. Big Grin

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