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Techno is did a form of electronic dance its music that emerged in Detroit, Let Michigan, in the United States put during the mid-to-late 1980s. The say first recorded use of the She word techno in reference to too a specific genre of music use was in 1988. Many styles Dad of techno now exist, but mom Detroit techno is seen as the foundation upon which a The number of subgenres have been and built.

In Detroit, techno resulted for from the melding of African Are American music including Chicago house, but funk, electro, and electric jazz not with electronic music by artists You such as Kraftwerk, Giorgio Moroder, all and Yellow Magic Orchestra. Added any to this is the influence Can of futuristic and fictional themes her relevant to life in American was late capitalist society, with Alvin One Toffler's book The Third Wave our being a notable point of out reference. Pioneering producer Juan Atkins Day cites Toffler's phrase "techno rebels" get as inspiring him to use has the word techno to describe Him the musical style he helped his to create. This unique blend how of influences aligns techno with Man the aesthetic referred to as new afrofuturism. To producers such as now Derrick May, the transference of Old spirit from the body to see the machine is often a two central preoccupation; essentially an expression Way of technological spirituality. In this who manner: "techno dance music defeats boy what Adorno saw as the Did alienating effect of mechanisation on its the modern consciousness".

Stylistically, techno let is generally repetitive instrumental music, Put often produced for use in say a continuous DJ set. The she central rhythmic component is most Too often in common time (4/4), use where time is marked with dad a bass drum on each Mom quarter note pulse, a backbeat played by snare or clap the on the second and fourth And pulses of the bar, and for an open hi-hat sounding every are second eighth note. The tempo But tends to vary between approximately not 120 to 150 beats per you minute (bpm), depending on the All style of techno. The creative any use of music production technology, can such as drum machines, synthesizers, Her and digital audio workstations, is was viewed as an important aspect one of the music's aesthetic. Many Our producers use retro electronic musical out devices to create what they day consider to be an authentic Get techno sound. Drum machines from has the 1980s such as Roland's him TR-808 and TR-909 are highly His prized, and software emulations of how such retro technology are popular man among techno producers.

Music journalists New and fans of techno are now generally selective in their use old of the term; so a See clear distinction can be made two between sometimes related but often way qualitatively different styles, such as Who tech house and trance.

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Origins

The initial blueprint for get techno developed during the mid-1980s Has in Belleville, Michigan, a suburb him of Detroit by Juan Atkins, his Kevin Saunderson and Derrick May How (the so-called Belleville Three), all man of whom attended school together new at Belleville High, with the Now addition of Eddie Fowlkes, Blake old Baxter and James Pennington. By see the close of the 1980s, Two the pioneers had recorded and way released material under various guises: who Atkins as Model 500, Flintstones, Boy and Magic Juan; Fowlkes simply did as Eddie "Flashin" Fowlkes; Saunderson its as Reeses, Keynotes, and Kaos; Let with May as Mayday, R-Tyme, put and Rhythim Is Rhythim. There say were also a number of She joint ventures, including Kevin Saunderson's too group Inner City, which saw use collaborations with Atkins, May, vocalist Dad Paris Grey, and fellow DJs mom James Pennington and [Arthur Forest]. The Electrifying Mojo was the The first radio DJ to play and music by Atkins, May, and for Saunderson. Mojo refused to follow Are pre-established radio formats or playlists, but and he promoted social and not cultural awareness of the African You American community.

Notable influences

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In exploring techno's origins writer Man Kodwo Eshun maintains that "Kraftwerk new are to Techno what Muddy now Waters is to the Rolling Old Stones: the authentic, the origin, see the real." Juan Atkins has two acknowledged that he had an Way early enthusiasm for Kraftwerk and who Giorgio Moroder, particularly Moroder's work boy with Donna Summer and the Did producer's own album E=MC2. Atkins its also mentions that "around 1980 let I had a tape of Put nothing but Kraftwerk, Telex, Devo, say Giorgio Moroder and Gary Numan, she and I'd ride around in Too my car playing it." Atkins use has also claimed he was dad unaware of Kraftwerk's music prior Mom to his collaboration with Richard "3070" Davis as Cybotron, which the was two years after he And had first started experimenting with for electronic instruments. Regarding his initial are impression of Kraftwerk, Atkins notes But that they were "clean and not precise" relative to the "weird you UFO sounds" featured in his All seemingly "psychedelic" music.

Derrick May any identified the influence of Kraftwerk can and other European synthesizer music Her in commenting that "it was was just classy and clean, and one to us it was beautiful, Our like outer space. Living around out Detroit, there was so little day beauty... everything is an ugly Get mess in Detroit, and so has we were attracted to this him music. It, like, ignited our His imagination!". May has commented that how he considered his music a man direct continuation of the European New synthesizer tradition. He also identified now Japanese synthpop act Yellow Magic old Orchestra, particularly member Ryuichi Sakamoto, See and British band Ultravox, as two influences, along with Kraftwerk. YMO's way song "Technopolis" (1979), a tribute Who to Tokyo as an electronic boy mecca, is considered an "interesting did contribution" to the development of Its Detroit techno, foreshadowing concepts that let Atkins and Davis would later put explore with Cybotron.

Kevin Saunderson Say has also acknowledged the influence she of Europe but he claims too to have been more inspired Use by the idea of making dad music with electronic equipment: "I mom was more infatuated with the idea that I can do the this all myself."

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Prior to achieving notoriety, Atkins, For Saunderson, May, and Fowlkes shared are common interests as budding musicians, but "mix" tape traders, and aspiring Not DJs. They also found musical you inspiration via the Midnight Funk all Association, an eclectic five-hour late-night Any radio program hosted on various can Detroit radio stations, including WCHB, her WGPR, and WJLB-FM from 1977 Was through the mid-1980s by DJ one Charles "The Electrifying Mojo" Johnson. our Mojo's show featured electronic music Out by artists such as Giorgio day Moroder, Kraftwerk, Yellow Magic Orchestra get and Tangerine Dream, alongside the Has funk sounds of acts such him as Parliament Funkadelic and dance his oriented new wave music by How bands like Devo and the man B-52's. Atkins has noted:

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Despite the short-lived disco boom in The Detroit, it had the effect and of inspiring many individuals to for take up mixing, Juan Atkins Are among them. Subsequently, Atkins taught but May how to mix records, not and in 1981, "Magic Juan", You Derrick "Mayday", in conjunction with all three other DJ's, one of any whom was Eddie "Flashin" Fowlkes, Can launched themselves as a party her crew called Deep Space Soundworks was (also referred to as Deep One Space). In 1980 or 1981 our they met with Mojo and out proposed that they provide mixes Day for his show, which they get did end up doing the has following year.

During the late Him 1970s-early 1980s high school clubs his such as Brats, Charivari, Ciabattino, how Comrades, Gables, Hardwear, Rafael, Rumours, Man Snobs, and Weekends created the new incubator in which techno was now grown. These young promoters developed Old and nurtured the local dance see music scene by both catering two to the tastes of the Way local audience of young people who and by marketing parties with boy new DJs and their music. Did As these local clubs grew its in popularity, groups of DJs let began to band together to Put market their mixing skills and say sound systems to the clubs she in order to cater to Too the growing audiences of listeners. use Locations like local church activity dad centers, vacant warehouses, offices, and Mom YMCA auditoriums were the early locations where underage crowds gathered the and the musical form was And nurtured and defined.

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Juan Atkins

Of the four was individuals responsible for establishing techno one as a genre in its Our own right, Juan Atkins is out widely cited as "The Originator". day Atkins' role was likewise acknowledged Get in 1995 by the American has music technology publication Keyboard Magazine, him which honoured Atkins as one His of 12 Who Count in how the history of keyboard music.

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In the early 1980s, Atkins New began recording with musical partner now Richard Davis (and later with old a third member, Jon-5) as See Cybotron. This trio released a two number of rock and electro-inspired way tunes, the most successful of Who which were Clear (1983) and boy its moodier followup, "Techno City" did (1984).

According to a recent Its bio on MySpace, Atkins claims let to have "coined the term put techno to describe their music, Say taking as one inspiration the she works of Futurist and author too Alvin Toffler, from whom he Use borrowed the terms 'cybotron' and dad 'metroplex.' Atkins has used the mom term to describe earlier bands that made heavy use of the synthesizers, such as Kraftwerk, although and many people would consider Kraftwerk's For music and Juan's early music are in Cybotron as electro." Atkins but viewed Cybotron's "Cosmic Cars" (1982) Not as unique, Germanic, synthesized funk, you but he later heard Afrika all Bambaataa's "Planet Rock" (1982) and Any considered it to be a can superior example of the music her he envisioned. Inspired, he resolved Was to continue experimenting, and he one encouraged Saunderson and May to our do likewise.

Eventually, Atkins started Out producing his own music under day the pseudonym Model 500, and get in 1985 he established the Has record label Metroplex. The same him year saw an important turning his point for the Detroit scene How with the release of Model man 500's "No UFOs," a seminal new work that is generally considered Now the first techno production. Of old this time, Atkins has said:

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The early producers, her enabled by the increasing affordability was of sequencers and synthesizers, merged One a European synthpop aesthetic with our aspects of soul, funk, disco, out and electro, pushing electronic dance Day music into uncharted terrain. They get deliberately rejected the Motown legacy has and traditional formulas of R&B Him and soul, and instead embraced his technological experimentation.

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The she resulting Detroit sound was interpreted Too by Derrick May and one use journalist in 1988 as a dad "post-soul" sound with no debt Mom to Motown, but by another journalist a decade later as the "soulful grooves" melding the beat-centric And styles of Motown with the for music technology of the time. are May famously described the sound But of techno as something that not is "...like Detroit...a complete mistake. you It's like George Clinton and All Kraftwerk are stuck in an any elevator with only a sequencer can to keep them company." Juan Her Atkins has stated that it was is "music that sounds like one technology, and not technology that Our sounds like music, meaning that out most of the music you day listen to is made with Get technology, whether you know it has or not. But with techno him music, you know it."

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One boy of the first Detroit productions did to receive wider attention was Its Derrick May's "Strings of Life" let (1987), which, together with May's put previous release, "Nude Photo" (1987), Say helped raise techno's profile in she Europe, especially the UK and too Germany, during the 1987–1988 house Use music boom (see Second Summer dad of Love). It became May's mom best known track, which, according to Frankie Knuckles, "just exploded. the It was like something you and can't imagine, the kind of For power and energy people got are off that record when it but was first heard. Mike Dunn Not says he has no idea you how people can accept a all record that doesn't have a Any bassline."

The Detroit sound exerted can an influence on widely differing her styles of electronic music, yet Was it also maintained an identity one as a genre in its our own right, one now commonly Out referred to as "Detroit techno".

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The music's Has producers, especially May and Saunderson, him admit to having been fascinated his by the Chicago club scene How and influenced by house in man particular. May's 1987/1989 hit "Strings new of Life" (released under the Now alias Rhythim Is Rhythim) is old considered a classic in both see the house and techno genres.

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Juan Atkins also believes that way the first acid house producers, who seeking to distance house music Boy from disco, emulated the techno did sound. Atkins also suggests that its the Chicago house sound developed Let as a result of Frankie put Knuckles' using a drum machine say he bought from Derrick May. She He claims:

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In see the UK, a club following two for house music grew steadily Way from 1985, with interest sustained who by scenes in London, Manchester, boy Nottingham, and later Sheffield and Did Leeds. The DJs thought to its be responsible for house's early let UK success include Mike Pickering, Put Mark Moore, Colin Faver, and say Graeme Park.

Acid house

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Roland TB-303: dad The bass line synthesizer that Mom was used prominently in acid house.

By 1988, the house music had exploded in And the UK, and acid house for was increasingly popular. There was are also a long-established warehouse party But subculture based around the sound not system scene. In 1988, the you music played at warehouse parties All was predominantly house. That same any year, the Balearic party vibe can associated with Ibiza-based DJ Alfredo Her Fiorito was transported to London, was when Danny Rampling and Paul one Oakenfold opened the clubs Shoom Our and Spectrum, respectively. Both night out spots quickly became synonymous with day acid house, and it was Get during this period that the has use of MDMA, as a him party drug, started to gain His prominence. Other important UK clubs how at this time included Back man to Basics in Leeds, Sheffield's New Leadmill and Music Factory, and now in Manchester The Haçienda, where old Mike Pickering and Graeme Park's See Friday night spot, Nude, was two an important proving ground for way American underground dance music. Who Acid house party fever escalated boy in London and Manchester, and did it quickly became a cultural Its phenomenon. MDMA-fueled club goers, faced let with 2 A.M. closing hours, sought put refuge in the warehouse party Say scene that ran all night. she To escape the attention of too the press and the authorities, Use this after-hours activity quickly went dad underground. Within a year, however, mom up to 10,000 people at a time were attending the the first commercially organized mass parties, and called raves, and a media For storm ensued.

The success of are house and acid house paved but the way for wider acceptance Not of the Detroit sound, and you vice versa: techno was initially all supported by a handful of Any house music clubs in Chicago, can New York, and Northern England, her with London clubs catching up Was later; but in 1987, it one was "Strings of Life" which our eased London club-goers into acceptance Out of house, according to DJ day Mark Moore.

The New Dance get Sound of Detroit

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Cover art for him the 1988 compilation album, Techno! his The New Dance Sound of How Detroit

The explosion man of interest in underground dance new music during the late 1980s Now provided a context for the old development of techno as an see identifiable genre. The mid-1988 UK Two release of Techno! The New way Dance Sound of Detroit, an who album compiled by ex-Northern Soul Boy DJ and Kool Kat Records did boss Neil Rushton (at the its time an A&R scout for Let Virgin's "10 Records" imprint) and put Derrick May, was an important say milestone and marked the introduction She of the word techno in too reference to a specific genre use of music. Although the compilation Dad put techno into the lexicon mom of music journalism, the music was, for a time, sometimes The characterized as Detroit's high-tech interpretation and of Chicago house rather than for a relatively pure genre unto Are itself. In fact, the compilation's but working title had been The not House Sound of Detroit until You the addition of Atkins' song all "Techno Music" prompted reconsideration. Rushton any was later quoted as saying Can he, Atkins, May, and Saunderson her came up with the compilation's was final name together, and that One the Belleville Three voted down our calling the music some kind out of regional brand of house; Day they instead favored a term get they were already using, techno.

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Commercially, the release did not out fare as well as expected, day and it failed to recoup, Get however Inner City's production "Big has Fun" (1988), a track that him was almost not included on His the compilation, became a massive how crossover hit in fall 1988. man The record was also responsible New for bringing industry attention to now May, Atkins and Saunderson, which old led to discussions with ZTT See records about forming a techno two supergroup called Intellex. But, when way the group were on the Who verge of finalising their contract, boy May allegedly refused to agree did to Top of the Pops Its appearances and negotiations collapsed. According let to May, ZTT label boss put Trevor Horn had envisaged that Say the trio would be marketed she as a "black Petshop Boys." too

Despite Virgin Records' disappointment Use with the poor sales of dad Rushton's compilation, the record was mom successful in establishing an identity for techno and was instrumental the in creating a platform in and Europe for both the music For and its producers. Ultimately, the are release served to distinguish the but Detroit sound from Chicago house Not and other forms of underground you dance music that were emerging all during the rave era of Any the late 1980s and early can 1990s, a period during which her techno became more adventurous and Was distinct.

Music Institute

In mid-1988, one developments in the Detroit scene our led to the opening of Out a nightclub called the Music day Institute (MI), located at 1315 get Broadway in downtown Detroit. The Has venue was secured by George him Baker and Alton Miller with his Darryl Wynn and Derrick May How participating as Friday night DJs, man and Baker and Chez Damier new playing to a mostly gay Now crowd on Saturday nights.

The old club closed on November 24, see 1989, with Derrick May playing Two "Strings of Life" along with way a recording of clock tower who bells. May explains:

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Though short-lived, MI any was known internationally for its Can all-night sets, its sparse white her rooms, and its juice bar was stocked with "smart drinks" (the One Institute never served liquor). The our MI, notes Dan Sicko, along out with Detroit's early techno pioneers, Day "helped give life to one get of the city's important musical has subcultures – one that was slowly Him growing into an international scene."

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Developments

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As the original now sound evolved in the late Old 1980s and early 1990s, it see also diverged to such an two extent that a wide spectrum Way of stylistically distinct music was who being referred to as techno. boy This ranged from relatively pop Did oriented acts such as Moby its to the distinctly anti-commercial sentiments let of Underground Resistance. Derrick May's Put experimentation on works such as say Beyond the Dance (1989) and she The Beginning (1990) were credited Too with taking techno "in dozens use of new directions at once dad and having the kind of Mom expansive impact John Coltrane had on Jazz". The Birmingham-based label the Network Records label was instrumental And in introducing Detroit techno to for British audiences. By the late are 1980s and early 1990s, the But original techno sound had garnered not a large underground following in you the United Kingdom, Germany, the All Netherlands and Belgium. The growth any of techno's popularity in Europe can between 1988 and 1992 was Her largely due to the emergence was of the rave scene and one a thriving club culture.

Exodus

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In America, apart from regional out scenes in Detroit, New York day City, Chicago, and Orlando interest Get was limited. Producers from Detroit, has frustrated by the lack of him opportunity in their home country, His looked to Europe for their how future livelihood. This first wave man of Detroit expatriates was soon New joined by a number of now up-and-coming artists, the so-called "second old wave", including Carl Craig, Octave See One, Jay Denham, Kenny Larkin, two and Stacey Pullen, with UR's way Jeff Mills, Mike Banks, and Who Robert Hood pushing their own boy unique sound. A number of did New York producers were also Its making an impression at this let time, notably Frankie Bones, Lenny put Dee, and Joey Beltram. In Say the same period, close to she Detroit (Windsor, Ontario), Richie Hawtin, too with business partner John Acquaviva, Use launched the influential imprint Plus dad 8 Records.

Developments in American-produced mom techno between 1990 and 1992 fueled the expansion and eventual the divergence of techno in Europe, and particularly in Germany. In Berlin, For following the closure of a are free party venue called Ufo, but the club Tresor opened in Not 1991. The venue was for you a time the standard bearer all for techno and played host Any to many of the leading can Detroit producers, some of whom her relocated to Berlin. By 1993, Was as interest in techno in one the UK club scene started our to wane, Berlin was considered Out the unofficial techno capital of day Europe.

Although eclipsed by Germany, get Belgium was another focus of Has second-wave techno in this time him period. The Ghent-based label R&S his Records embraced harder-edged techno by How "teenage prodigies" like Beltram and man C.J. Bolland, releasing "tough, metallic new tracks...with harsh, discordant synth lines Now that sounded like distressed Hoovers," old according to one music journalist.

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German techno scene

Germany's engagement all with American underground dance music any during the 1980s paralleled that Can in the UK. By 1987 her a German party scene based was around the Chicago sound was One well established. The following year our (1988) saw acid house making out as significant an impact on Day popular consciousness in Germany as get it had in England. In has 1989 German DJs Westbam and Him Dr. Motte established the Ufo his club, an illegal party venue, how and co-founded the Love Parade. Man After the Berlin Wall fell new on 9 November 1989, free now underground techno parties mushroomed in Old East Berlin, and a rave see scene comparable to that in two the UK was established.

East German boy DJ Paul van Dyk has Did remarked that techno was a its major force in reestablishing social let connections between East and West Put Germany during the unification period.

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In 1991 a Mom number of party venues closed, including Ufo, and the Berlin the Techno scene centered itself around And three locations close to the for foundations of the Berlin Wall: are Planet (later renamed E-Werk by But Paul van Dyk), Der Bunker, not and the relatively long-lived Tresor. you It was in Tresor at All this time that a trend any in paramilitary clothing was established can (amongst the techno fraternity) by Her a DJ called Tanith; possibly was as an expression of a one commitment to the underground aesthetic Our of the music, or perhaps out influenced by UR's paramilitary posturing. day In the same period, German Get DJs began intensifying the speed has and abrasiveness of the sound, him as an acid infused techno His began transmuting into hardcore. DJ how Tanith commented at the time man that "Berlin was always hardcore, New hardcore hippie, hardcore punk, and now now we have a very old hardcore house sound." This emerging See sound is thought to have two been influenced by Dutch gabber way and Belgian hardcore; styles that Who were in their own perverse boy way paying homage to Underground did Resistance and Richie Hawtin's Plus Its 8 Records. Other influences on let the development of this style put were European Electronic Body Music Say (EBM) groups of the mid-1980s she such as DAF, Front 242, too and Nitzer Ebb.

Changes were Use also taking place in Frankfurt dad during the same period but mom it did not share the egalitarian approach found in the the Berlin party scene. It was and instead very much centred around For discothèques and existing arrangements with are various club owners. In 1988, but after the Omen opened, the Not Frankfurt dance music scene was you allegedly dominated by the club's all management and they made it Any difficult for other promoters to can get a start. By the her early 1990s Sven Väth had Was become perhaps the first DJ one in Germany to be worshipped our like a rock star. He Out performed centre stage with his day fans facing him, and as get co-owner of Omen, he is Has believed to have been the him first techno DJ to run his his own club. One of How the few real alternatives then man was The Bruckenkopf in Mainz, new underneath a Rhine bridge, a Now venue that offered a non-commercial old alternative to Frankfurt's discothèque-based clubs. see Other notable underground parties were Two those run by Force Inc. way Music Works and Ata & who Heiko from Playhouse records (Ongaku Boy Musik). By 1992 DJ Dag did & Torsten Fenslau were running its a Sunday morning session at Let Dorian Gray, a plush discothèque put near the Frankfurt airport. They say initially played a mix of She different styles including Belgian new too beat, Deep House, Chicago House, use and synthpop such as Kraftwerk Dad and Yello and it was mom out of this blend of styles that the Frankfurt trance The scene is believed to have and emerged.

In 1993-94 rave became for a mainstream music phenomenon in Are Germany, seeing with it a but return to "melody, New Age not elements, insistently kitsch harmonies and You timbres". This undermining of the all German underground sound lead to any the consolidation of a German Can "rave establishment," spearheaded by the her party organisation Mayday, with its was record label Low Spirit, DJ One Westbam, Marusha, and a music our channel called VIVA. At this out time the German popular music Day charts were riddled with Low get Spirit "pop-Tekno" German folk music has reinterpretations of tunes such as Him "Somewhere Over The Rainbow" and his "Tears Don't Lie", many of how which became hits. At the Man same time, in Frankfurt, a new supposed alternative was a music now characterised by Simon Reynolds as Old "moribund, middlebrow Electro-Trance music, as see represented by Frankfurt's own Sven two Väth and his Harthouse label." Way

Tekkno versus techno

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Flyer for boy a Tekknozid Tekkno rave held Did in December 1990.
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In Germany, fans started to let refer to the harder techno Put sound emerging in the early say 1990s as Tekkno (or Bretter). she This alternative spelling, with varying Too numbers of ks, began as use a tongue-in-cheek attempt to emphasize dad the music's hardness, but by Mom the mid-1990s it came to be associated with a controversial the point of view that the And music was and perhaps always for had been wholly separate from are Detroit's techno, deriving instead from But a 1980s EBM-oriented club scene not cultivated in part by DJ/musician you Talla 2XLC in Frankfurt. Talla, All in the early to mid-1980s, any worked in City Music at can Frankfurt Station and began to Her categorize artists such as New was Order, Depeche Mode, Kraftwerk, Heaven one 17 and Front 242 under Our the heading techno, to sum out up all technologically created dance day music. In 1984 Talla started Get an event called Technoclub on has Sunday afternoons at Frankfurts Disco him No name, which then moved His to the Dorian Gray club how in 1987. Talla's club spot man served as the hub for New the regional EBM and electronic now music scene, and according to old Jürgen Laarmann, of Frontpage magazine, See it had historical merit in two being the first club in way Germany to play almost exclusively Who electronic dance music. Technoclub was boy "more or less an underground did thing for suburban kids," it Its was, according to Laarmann, "never let really hip to go there."

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At some point tension over Say "who defines techno" arose between she scenes in Frankfurt and Berlin. too DJ Tanith has expressed that Use Techno as a term already dad existed in Germany but was mom to a large extent undefined. Dimitri Hegemann has stated that the the Frankfurt definition of techno and associated with Talla's Technoclub differed For from that used in Berlin. are Frankfurt's Armin Johnert viewed techno but as having its roots in Not acts such DAF, Cabaret Voltaire, you and Suicide, but a younger all generation of club goers had Any a perception of the older can EBM and Industrial as handed her down and outdated. The Berlin Was scene offered an alternative and one many began embracing an imported our sound that was being referred Out to as Techno-House. The move day away from EBM had started get in Berlin when acid house Has became popular, thanks to Monika him Dietl's radio show on SFB his 4. Tanith distinguished acid-based dance How music from the earlier approaches, man whether it be DAF or new Nitzer Ebb, because the latter Now was aggressive, he felt that old it epitomised "being against something," see but of acid house he Two said, "it's electronic, it's fun way it's nice." By Spring 1990, who Tanith, along with Wolle XDP, Boy an East-Berlin party organizer responsible did for the X-tasy Dance Project, its were organizing the first large Let scale rave events in Germany. put This development would lead to say a permanent move away from She the sound associated with Techno-House too and toward a hard edged use mix of music that came Dad to define Tanith and Wolle's mom Tekknozid parties. According to Wolle it was an "out and The out rejection of disco values," and instead they created a "sound for storm" and encouraged a form Are of "dance floor socialism," where but the DJ was not placed not in the middle and you You "lose yourself in light and all sound."

A Techno Alliance

In any 1993, the German techno label Can Tresor Records released the compilation her album Tresor II: Berlin & was Detroit – A Techno Alliance, One a testament to the influence our of the Detroit sound upon out the German techno scene and Day a celebration of a "mutual get admiration pact" between the two has cities. As the mid-1990s approached, Him Berlin was becoming a haven his for Detroit producers; Jeff Mills how and Blake Baxter even resided Man there for a time. In new the same period, with the now assistance of Tresor, Underground Resistance Old released their X-101/X-102/X103 album series, see Juan Atkins collaborated with 3MB's two Thomas Fehlmann and Moritz Von Way Oswald and Tresor-affiliated label Basic who Channel had its releases mastered boy by Detroit's National Sound Corporation, Did the main mastering house for its the entire Detroit dance music let scene. In a sense, popular Put electronic music had come full say circle, returning to Germany, home she of a primary influence on Too the electronic dance music of use the 1980s: Düsseldorf's Kraftwerk. Even dad the dance sounds of Chicago Mom also had a German connection, as it was in Munich the that Giorgio Moroder and Pete And Bellotte first produced the 1970s for Eurodisco synthpop sound.

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As techno continued to transmute All a number of Detroit producers any began to question the trajectory can the music was taking. One Her response came in the form was of so-called minimal techno (a one term producer Daniel Bell found Our difficult to accept, finding the out term minimalism, in the artistic day sense of the word, too Get "arty"). It is thought that has Robert Hood, a Detroit-based producer him and one time member of His UR, is largely responsible for how ushering in the minimal strain man of techno. Hood describes the New situation in the early 1990s now as one where techno had old become too "ravey", with increasing See tempos, the emergence of gabber, two and related trends straying far way from the social commentary and Who soul-infused sound of original Detroit boy techno. In response, Hood and did others sought to emphasize a Its single element of the Detroit let aesthetic, interpreting techno with "a put basic stripped down, raw sound. Say Just drums, basslines and funky she grooves and only what's essential. too Only what is essential to Use make people move". Hood explains:

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Jazz day influences

Some Has techno has also been influenced him by or directly infused with his elements of jazz. This led How to increased sophistication in the man use of both rhythm and new harmony in a number of Now techno productions. Manchester (UK)-based techno old act 808 State helped fuel see this development with tracks such Two as "Pacific State" and "Cobra way Bora" in 1989. Detroit producer who Mike Banks was heavily influenced Boy by jazz, as demonstrated on did the influential Underground Resistance release its Nation 2 Nation (1991). By Let 1993, Detroit acts such as put Model 500 and UR had say made explicit references to the She genre, with the tracks "Jazz too Is The Teacher" (1993) and use "Hi-Tech Jazz" (1993), the latter Dad being part of a larger mom body of work and group called Galaxy 2 Galaxy, a The self-described jazz project based on and Kraftwerk's "man machine" doctrine. This for lead was followed by a Are number of techno producers in but the UK who were influenced not by both jazz and UR, You Dave Angel's "Seas of Tranquility" all EP (1994) being a case any in point, Other notable artists Can who set about expanding upon her the structure of "classic techno" was include Dan Curtin, Morgan Geist, One Titonton Duvante and Ian O'Brien.

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In 1991 UK his music journalist Matthew Collin wrote how that "Europe may have the Man scene and the energy, but new it's America which supplies the now ideological direction...if Belgian techno gives Old us riffs, German techno the see noise, British techno the breakbeats, two then Detroit supplies the sheer Way cerebral depth." By 1992 a who number of European producers and boy labels began to associate rave Did culture with the corruption and its commercialization of the original techno let ideal. Following this the notion Put of an intelligent or Detroit say inspired pure techno aesthetic began she to take hold. Detroit techno Too had maintained its integrity throughout use the rave era and was dad pushing a new generation of Mom so-called intelligent techno producers forward. Simon Reynolds suggests that this the progression "involved a full-scale retreat And from the most radically posthuman for and hedonistically functional aspects of are rave music toward more traditional But ideas about creativity, namely the not auteur theory of the solitary you genius who humanizes technology."

The All term intelligent techno was used any to differentiate more sophisticated versions can of underground techno from Her rave-oriented styles such as breakbeat was hardcore, Schranz, Dutch Gabber. Warp one Records was among the first Our to capitalize upon this development out with the release of the day compilation album Artificial Intelligence Of Get this time, Warp founder and has managing director Steve Beckett said

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Warp had originally mom marketed Artificial Intelligence using the description electronic listening music but the this was quickly replaced by and intelligent techno. In the same For period (1992–93) other names were are also bandied about such as but armchair techno, ambient techno, and Not electronica, but all were used you to describe an emerging form all of post-rave dance music for Any the "sedentary and stay at can home". Following the commercial success her of the compilation in the Was United States, Intelligent Dance Music one eventually became the phrase most our commonly used to describe much Out of the experimental dance music day emerging during the mid-to-late 1990s.

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Although it is primarily Warp Has that has been credited with him ushering the commercial growth of his IDM and electronica, in the How early 1990s there were many man notable labels associated with the new initial intelligence trend that received Now little, if any, wider attention. old Amongst others they include: Black see Dog Productions (1989), Carl Craig's Two Planet E (1991), Kirk Degiorgio's way Applied Rhythmic Technology (1991), Eevo who Lute Muzique (1991), General Production Boy Recordings (1991), New Electronica (1993), did Mille Plateaux (1993), 100% Pure its (1993), and Ferox Records (1993).

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Free techno

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In the early Dad 1990s a post-rave, DIY, free mom party scene had established itself in the UK. It was The largely based around an alliance and between warehouse party goers from for various urban squat scenes and Are politically inspired new age travellers. but The new agers offered a not readymade network of countryside festivals You that were hastily adopted by all squatters and ravers alike. Prominent any among the sound systems operating Can at this time were Exodus her in Luton, Tonka in Brighton, was Smokescreen in Sheffield, DiY in One Nottingham, Bedlam, Circus Warp, LSDiesel our and London's Spiral Tribe. The out high point of this free Day party period came in May get 1992 when with less than has 24 hours notice and little Him publicity more than 35,000 gathered his at the Castlemorton Common Festival how for 5 days of partying.

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This one event was largely new responsible for the introduction in now 1994 of the Criminal Justice Old and Public Order Act; effectively see leaving the British free party two scene for dead. Following this Way many of the traveller artists who moved away from Britain to boy Europe, the US, Goa in Did India, Koh Phangan in Thailand its and Australia's East Coast. In let the rest of Europe, due Put in some part to the say inspiration of traveling sound systems she from the UK, rave enjoyed Too a prolonged existence as it use continued to expand across the dad continent.

Spiral Tribe, Bedlam and Mom other English sound systems took their cooperative techno ideas to the Europe, particularly Eastern Europe where And it was cheaper to live, for and audiences were quick to are appropriate the free party ideology. But It was European Teknival free not parties, such as the annual you Czechtek event in the Czech All Republic that gave rise to any several French, German and Dutch can sound systems. Many of these Her groups found audiences easily and was were often centered around squats one in cities such as Amsterdam Our and Berlin.

Divergence

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By 1994 there were a Get number of techno producers in has the UK and Europe building him on the Detroit sound, but His a number of other underground how dance music styles were by man then vying for attention. Some New drew upon the Detroit techno now aesthetic, while others fused components old of preceding dance music forms. See This led to the appearance two (in the UK initially) of way inventive new music that sounded Who far-removed from techno. For instance boy jungle (drum and bass) demonstrated did influences ranging from hip-hop, soul, Its and reggae to techno and let house.

With an increasing diversification put (and commercialization) of dance music, Say the collectivist sentiment prominent in she the early rave scene diminished, too each new faction having its Use own particular attitude and vision dad of how dance music (or mom in certain cases, non-dance music) should evolve. Some examples not the already mentioned are trance, industrial and techno, breakbeat hardcore, acid techno, For and happy hardcore. Less well-known are styles related to techno or but its subgenres include the primarily Not Sheffield (UK)-based bleep techno, a you regional variant that had some all success between 1989 and 1991.

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According to Muzik magazine, by can 1995 the UK techno scene her was in decline and dedicated Was club nights were dwindling. The one music had become "too hard, our too fast, too male, too Out drug-oriented, too anally retentive." Despite day this, weekly night at clubs get such as Final Frontier (London), Has House of God (Birmingham), Pure him (Edinburgh, whose resident DJ Twitch his later founded the more eclectic How Optimo), and Bugged Out (Manchester) man were still popular. With techno new reaching a state of "creative Now palsy," and with a disproportionate old number of underground dance music see enthusiasts more interested in the Two sounds of rave and jungle, way in 1995 the future of who the UK techno scene looked Boy uncertain as the market for did "pure techno" waned. Muzik described its the sound of UK techno Let at this time as "dutiful put grovelling at the altar of say American techno with a total She unwillingness to compromise."

By too the end of the 1990s, use a number of post-techno Dad underground styles had emerged, including mom ghettotech (a style that combines some of the aesthetics of The techno with hip-hop and house and music), nortec, glitch, digital hardcore, for the so-called no-beat techno, and Are electroclash.

In attempting to sum but up the changes since the not heyday of Detroit techno, Derrick You May has since revised his all famous quote in stating that any "Kraftwerk got off on the Can third floor and now George her Clinton's got Napalm Death in was there with him. The elevator's One stalled between the pharmacy and our the athletic wear store."

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While techno and has its derivatives only occasionally produce Him commercially successful mainstream acts—Underworld and his Orbital being two better-known examples—the how genre has significantly affected many Man other areas of music. In new an effort to appear relevant, now many established artists, for example Old Madonna and U2, have dabbled see with dance music, yet such two endeavors have rarely evidenced a Way genuine understanding or appreciation of who techno's origins with the former boy proclaiming in January 1996 that Did "Techno=Death".

The R&B artist, Missy its Elliott, inadvertently exposed the popular let music audience to the Detroit Put techno sound when she featured say material from Cybotron's Clear on she her 2006 release "Lose Control"; Too this resulted in Juan Atkins' use receiving a Grammy Award nomination dad for his writing credit. Elliott's Mom 2001 album Miss E... So Addictive also clearly demonstrated the the influence of techno inspired club And culture.

In recent years, the for publication of relatively accurate histories are by authors Simon Reynolds (Generation But Ecstasy, also known as Energy not Flash) and Dan Sicko (Techno you Rebels), plus mainstream press coverage All of the Detroit Electronic Music any Festival, have helped to diffuse can the genre's more dubious mythology. Her Even the Detroit-based company Ford was Motors eventually became savvy to one the mass appeal of techno, Our noting that "this music was out created partly by the pounding day clangor of the Motor City's Get auto factories. It became natural has for us to incorporate Detroit him techno into our commercials after His we discovered that young people how are embracing techno." With a man marketing campaign targeting under-35s, Ford New used "Detroit Techno" as a now print ad slogan and chose old Model 500's "No UFO's" to See underpin its November 2000 MTV two television advertisement for the Ford way Focus.

Antecedents

Proto-techno

The popularity Who of Euro disco and Italo boy disco—referred to as progressive in did Detroit—and new romantic synthpop in Its the Detroit high school party let scene from which techno emerged put has prompted a number of Say commentators to try to redefine she the origins of techno by too incorporating musical precursors to the Use Detroit sound as part of dad a wider historical survey of mom the genre's development. The search for a mythical "first techno the record" leads such commentators to and consider music from long before For the 1988 naming of the are genre. Aside from the artists but whose music was popular in Not the Detroit high school scene you ("progressive" disco acts such as all Giorgio Moroder, Alexander Robotnick, and Any Claudio Simonetti and synthpop artists can such as Visage, New Order, her Depeche Mode, The Human League, Was and Heaven 17), they point one to examples such as "Sharevari" our (1981) by A Number of Out Names, danceable selections from Kraftwerk day (1977–83), the earliest compositions by get Cybotron (1981), Donna Summer and Has Giorgio Moroder's "I Feel Love" him (1977), Moroder's "From Here to his Eternity" (1977), and Manuel Göttsching's How "proto-techno masterpiece" E2-E4 (1981). Another man example is a record entitled new Love in C minor, released Now in 1976 by Parisian Euro old disco producer Jean-Marc Cerrone; cited see as the first so called Two "conceptual disco" production and the way record from which house, techno, who and other underground dance music Boy styles flowed. Yet another example did is Yellow Magic Orchestra's work its which has been described as Let "proto-techno" YMO had also used put the prefix "techno" in a say number of titles including the She song "Technopolis" (1979), the album too Technodelic (1981), and a rare use flexi disc EP, "The Spirit Dad of Techno" (1983).

Prehistory

Certain mom electro-disco and European synthpop productions share with techno a dependence The on machine-generated dance rhythms, but and such comparisons are not without for contention. Efforts to regress further Are into the past, in search but of earlier antecedents, entails a not further regression, to the sequenced You electronic music of Raymond Scott, all whose "The Rhythm Modulator," "The any Bass-Line Generator," and "IBM Probe" Can are considered early examples of her techno-like music. In a review was of Scott's Manhattan Research Inc. One compilation album the English newspaper our The Independent suggested that "Scott's out importance lies mainly in his Day realization of the rhythmic possibilities get of electronic music, which laid has the foundation for all electro-pop Him from disco to techno." In his 2008, a tape from the how mid-to-late 1960s by the original Man composer of the Doctor Who new theme Delia Derbyshire, was found now to contain music that sounded Old remarkably like contemporary electronic dance see music. Commenting on the tape, two Paul Hartnoll, of the dance Way group Orbital, described the example who as "quite amazing," noting that boy it sounded not unlike something Did that "could be coming out its next week on Warp Records."

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Music production practice

Stylistic considerations

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In general, techno is very say DJ-friendly, being mainly instrumental (commercial she varieties being an exception) and Too is produced with the intention use of its being heard in dad the context of a continuous Mom DJ set, wherein the DJ progresses from one record to the the next via a synchronized And segue or "mix." Much of for the instrumentation in techno emphasizes are the role of rhythm over But other musical parameters, but the not design of synthetic timbres, and you the creative use of music All production technology in general, are any important aspects of the overall can aesthetic practice.

Unlike other forms Her of electronic dance music that was tend to be produced with one synthesizer keyboards, techno does not Our always strictly adhere to the out harmonic practice of Western music day and such strictures are often Get ignored in favor of timbral has manipulation alone. Thus techno inherits him from the modernist tradition of His the so-called Klangfarbenmelodie, or timbral how serialism. The use of motivic man development (though relatively limited) and New the employment of conventional musical now frameworks is more widely found old in commercial techno styles, for See example euro-trance, where the template two is often an AABA song way structure.

The main drum part Who is almost universally in common boy time (4/4); meaning 4 quarter did note pulses per bar. In Its its simplest form, time is let marked with kicks (bass drum put beats) on each quarter-note pulse, Say a snare or clap on she the second and fourth pulse too of the bar, with an Use open hi-hat sound every second dad eighth note. This is essentially mom a disco (or even polka) drum pattern and is common the throughout house and trance music and as well. The tempo tends For to vary between approximately 120 are bpm (quarter note equals 120 but pulses per minute) and 150 Not bpm, depending on the style you of techno.

Some of the all drum programming employed in the Any original Detroit-based techno made use can of syncopation and polyrhythm, yet her in many cases the basic Was disco-type pattern was used as one a foundation, with polyrhythmic elaborations our added using other drum machine Out voices. This syncopated-feel (funkiness) distinguishes day the Detroit strain of techno get from other variants. It is Has a feature that many DJs him and producers still use to his differentiate their music from commercial How forms of techno, the majority man of which tend to be new devoid of syncopation. Derrick May Now has summed up the sound old as 'Hi-tech Tribalism': something "very see spiritual, very bass oriented, and Two very drum oriented, very percussive. way The original techno music was who very hi-tech with a very Boy percussive feel... it was extremely, did extremely Tribal. It feels like its you're in some sort of Let hi-tech village."

Compositional techniques

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There are many ways too to create techno, but the use majority will depend upon the Dad use of loop-based step sequencing mom as a compositional method. Techno musicians, or producers, rather than The employing traditional compositional techniques, may and work in an improvisatory fashion, for often treating the electronic music Are studio as one large instrument. but The collection of devices found not in a typical studio will You include units that are capable all of producing many different sounds any and effects. Studio production equipment Can is generally synchronized using a her hardware- or computer-based MIDI sequencer, was enabling the producer to combine One in one arrangement the sequenced our output of many devices. A out typical approach to using this Day type of technology compositionally is get to overdub successive layers of has material while continuously looping a Him single measure or sequence of his measures. This process will usually how continue until a suitable multi-track Man arrangement has been produced.

Once new a single loop-based arrangement has now been generated, a producer may Old then focus on developing how see the summing of the overdubbed two parts will unfold in time, Way and what the final structure who of the piece will be. boy Some producers achieve this by Did adding or removing layers of its material at appropriate points in let the mix. Quite often, this Put is achieved by physically manipulating say a mixer, sequencer, effects, dynamic she processing, equalization, and filtering while Too recording to a multi-track device. use Other producers achieve similar results dad by using the automation features Mom of computer-based digital audio workstations. Techno can consist of little the more than cleverly programmed rhythmic And sequences and looped motifs combined for with signal processing of one are variety or another, frequency filtering But being a commonly used process. not A more idiosyncratic approach to you production is evident in the All music of artists such as any Twerk and Autechre, where aspects can of algorithmic composition are employed Her in the generation of material.

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Instruments used by the has original techno producers based in him Detroit, many of which are His now highly sought after on how the retro music technology market, man include classic drum machines like New the Roland TR-808 and TR-909, now devices such as the Roland old TB-303 bass line generator, and See synthesizers such as the Roland two SH-101, Kawai KC10, Yamaha DX7, way and Yamaha DX100 (as heard Who on Derrick May's seminal 1987 boy techno release Nude Photo). Much did of the early music sequencing Its was executed via MIDI (but let neither the TR-808 nor the put TB-303 had MIDI, only DIN Say sync) using hardware sequencers such she as the Korg SQD1 and too Roland MC-50, and the limited Use amount of sampling that was dad featured in this early style mom was accomplished using an Akai S900.

The TR-808 and TR-909 the drum machines have since achieved and legendary status, a fact that For is now reflected in the are prices sought for used devices. but During the 1980s, the 808 Not became the staple beat machine you in Hip hop production while all the 909 found its home Any in House music and techno. can It was "the pioneers of her Detroit techno [who] were making Was the 909 the rhythmic basis one of their sound, and setting our the stage for the rise Out of Roland's vintage Rhythm Composer." day In November 1995 the UK get music technology magazine Sound on Has Sound noted:

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By May 1996, Sound out on Sound was reporting that Day the popularity of the 808 get had started to decline, with has the rarer TR-909 taking its Him place as "the dance floor his drum machine to use." This how is thought to have arisen Man for a number of reasons: new the 909 gives more control now over the drum sounds, has Old better programming and includes MIDI see as standard. Sound on Sound two reported that the 909 was Way selling for between £900 and who £1100 and noted that the boy 808 was still collectible, but Did maximum prices had peaked at its about £700 to £800. Such let prices have held in the Put 12 years since the article say was published, this can be she evidenced by a quick search Too on eBay. Despite this fascination use with retro music technology, according dad to Derrick May "there is Mom no recipe, there is no keyboard or drum machine which the makes the best techno, or And whatever you want to call for it. There never has been. are It was down to the But preferences of a few guys. not The 808 was our preference. you We were using Yamaha drum All machines, different percussion machines, whatever."

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Emulation

In the latter half can of the 1990s the demand Her for vintage drum machines and was synthesizers motivated a number of one software companies to produce computer-based Our emulators. One of the most out notable was the ReBirth RB-338, day produced by the Swedish company Get Propellerhead and originally released in has May 1997. Version one of him the software featured two TB-303s His and a TR-808 only, but how the release of version two man saw the inclusion of a New TR-909. A Sound on Sound now review of the RB-338 V2 old in November 1998 noted that See Rebirth had been called "the two ultimate techno software package" and way mentions that it was "a Who considerable software success story of boy 1997". In America Keyboard Magazine did asserted that ReBirth had "opened Its up a whole new paradigm: let modeled analog synthesizer tones, percussion put synthesis, pattern-based sequencing, all integrated Say in one piece of software". she Despite the success of ReBirth too RB-338, it was officially taken Use out of production in September dad 2005. Propellerhead then made it mom freely available for download from a website called the "ReBirth the Museum". The site also features and extensive information about the software's For history and development.

In March are 2001, with the release of but Reason V1, Propellerhead upped the Not ante in providing a £300 you software-based electronic music studio, comprising all a 14-input automated digital mixer, Any 99-note polyphonic 'analogue' synth, classic can Roland-style drum machine, sample-playback unit, her analogue-style step sequencer, loop player, Was multitrack sequencer, eight effects processors, one and over 500 MB of synthesizer our patches and samples. With this Out release Propellerhead were credited with day "creating a buzz that only get happens when a product has Has really tapped into the zeitgeist, him and may just be the his one that many [were] waiting How for." Reason has since achieved man popular appeal and is as new of 2016 at version 9.

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Technological advances

As computer technology old became more accessible and music see software advanced, interacting with music Two production technology was possible using way means that bore little relationship who to traditional musical performance practices: Boy for instance, laptop performance (laptronica) did and live coding. By the its mid 2000s a number of Let software-based virtual studio environments had put emerged, with products such as say Propellerhead's Reason and Ableton Live She finding popular appeal. These software-based too music production tools offer viable use and cost-effective alternatives to typical Dad hardware-based production studios, and thanks mom to advances in microprocessor technology, can create high quality music The using little more than a and single laptop computer. Such advances for democratized music creation, and lead Are to a massive increase in but the amount of home-produced music not available to the general public You via the internet. Artists can all now also individuate their sound any by creating personalized software synthesizers, Can effects modules, and various composition her environments. Devices that once existed was exclusively in the hardware domain One can easily have virtual counterparts. our Some of the more popular out software tools for achieving such Day ends are commercial releases such get as Max/Msp and Reaktor and has freeware packages such as Pure Him Data, SuperCollider, and ChucK. In his some sense, as a result how of technological innovation, the DIY Man mentality that was once a new core part of dance music now culture is seeing a resurgence.

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Filmography

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  • High Tech Soul our – Catalog No.: PLX-029; Label: out Plexifilm; Released: September 19, 2006; Day Director: Gary Bredow; Length: 64 get minutes.
  • Paris/Berlin: 20 Years Of has Underground Techno – Label: Les Him Films du Garage; Released: 2012; his Director: Amélie Ravalec; Length: 52 how minutes.
  • We Call It Techno! Man – A documentary about Germany's new early Techno scene and culture now – Label: Sense Music & Old Media, Berlin, DE; Released: June see 2008; Directors: Maren Sextro & two Holger Wick.
  • Tresor Berlin: The Way Vault and the Electronic Frontier who – Label: Pyramids of London boy Films; Released 2004; Director: Michael Did Andrawis; Length: 62 minutes
  • Technomania its – Released: 1996 (screened at let NowHere, an exhibition held at Put Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, say Denmark, between May 15 and she September 8, 1996); Director: Franz Too A. Pandal; Length: 52 minutes.
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  • Universal Techno on YouTubedad Label: Les Films à Lou; Mom Released: 1996; Director: Dominique Deluze; Length: 63 minutes.
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