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Techno and Dubstep -Music Assignment
Transcript of Techno and Dubstep -Music Assignment
started conclusion Dub step started out known as Techno. Dub step is highly developed Techno and this is how it all started. In the early eighties three friends from Detroit began mixing the sounds of synthpop and Italo-disco with funk. Juan Atkins, Derrick May, and Kevin Saunderson were high school mates who went to dance parties and the music ranged from Kraftwerk to Parliament. They listened to an influential radio DJ, his DJ name was The Electrifying Mojo, who played European imports together with Prince and the B-52’s. In 1981 Atkins and Richard Davies started releasing records as Cybotron. Techno was born.
Around the same time period, the infant hip-hop community took some pieces of Kraftwerk’s music and created electro. Electro relied heavily on synthesized beats and computery vocoder voices. In 1982, Afrika Bambaataa took the melody from Kraftwerk’s “Trans-Europe Express,” combined it with the distinctive beat from Kraftwerk’s “Numbers,” and composed the anthem “Planet Rock.” Electro spawned the idea of the funky computer. MCs rapped over its beats, and breakdancers formed a new culture in the cities where electro reigned. cultural background Audience These are a few music clips
the top two are playing the tetris
theme song and the bottom
two are All i ever wanted by BassHunter the middle are early techno and dubstep they all are to compere techno and dubstep In conclusion I prefer Dubstep better
because of its large drops and the amount
of bass in the music and because it suits
me better. techno Dubstep Benga and Hatcha made the first dubstep song called" 10 tons heavy " people were amazed at the sound of it so they tried to mix up there own but could not get the same sound of the heavy bass so they called it Future garage music.
Then Benga and Hatcha made more dubstep only Benga and
Hatcha knew how to make Dubstep then other people found out and now everybody knows how to make Dub step so now it is all over the radio. the people that listen to dubstep are the youth of this world.
in the next slide there is a comparison of Dubstep and Techno. early techno early Dubstep reasons for change the reason that techno changed
into Dubstep is because Dubstep
has more bass drops and it sounds
more electrified instruments The tools or instruments used to make dub step are a Turn table, laptop or computer, synthesizer, Drum machine, key board and sampler. ARTISTS Some of todays artists are
alias BIBLIOGRAPHY Dubstep n.d., , accessed 16 November 2012, <http://www.udubstep.com/the-history-of-dubstep/>. Dubstep n.d., , accessed 16 November 2012, <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wl4vHnW9Vss>.