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    Music In The Digital Era

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    Music in the Digital Era Music is an art that has existed for thousands of years, and over that vast amount of time, music has evolved. From the Medieval period to the classical, and from the modern to the present era, music has slowly become more and more affiliated with technological industry, including computers and even some smart phones. In today’s style of music, most often the elements and instruments being used are actually not instruments at all, but digital sounds created by a computer synthesizer. Entirely new genres of music have come to fruition through the work of portable DAWs (Digital Audio Workstations) including techno, Electronic Dance Music (EDM), and so much more. The use of sound sampling has also enabled musicians to…

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    subculture is, how did EDM or techo music become the music of choice for these ravers over other popular music of the time? To answer this question I used sources like Robinson 's text as well as certain articles online to give me a better view of the subculture and it 's appeal to people. I needed to look into the origins of raving as a culture and see how the music at these raves became the techno music we here today. I consul Robinson 's text as well as certain articles online to investigate…

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    Daft Punk Research Papers

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    Formed in 1993, Daft Punk is a French electronic music duo by Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter. They were founded by Pedro Winter, the head of Ed Banger Records. Their music consists of house music, funk, techno, disco, rock music, and synthpop. They had significant popularity in the late 1990s. They are also known for their visual stylization and disguises associated with their music. The duo have worn elaborate helmets and gloves to give of robot personalities. After 2001, they…

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    Rave Persuasive Essay

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    Morgan Rubley Project 2: Profile of a Community 10/18/2015 What is a Rave? When you hear the word “rave”, what comes to your mind? This answer may vary depending on the person, but for many, the concept that everyone envisions, is the topic of drugs. A various amount of people who are not involved in the “rave community” form a common misconception that a rave revolves strictly around the aspect of consuming drugs. And until recently, I must admit that I shared this common misapprehension. I…

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    Goodwe Fitness Case Study

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    1. As the Fitness Class Coordinator at GoodLife Fitness, I have been informed that there has been some recent male interest in the dance classes that are held in the facilities co-ed sections. In order to attract men into the GoodLife’s co-ed dance programs, I will be initiating two marketing campaigns in hopes of attracting more men into classes. The objective of both marketing campaigns will not be to make profit, but instead to solve the issue (Crompton,2002) of men not feeling our dance…

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    The representation of Rave and Drug culture from the 1980’s and why it has always been associated together and how this sparks Moral Panics In this essay I will investigate how rave culture caused such a moral panic and why it was (and still is) thought to be so closely linked with drug use, especially the intake of Ecstasy. Techno music (House) and MDMA would both have survived without each other, but their marriage was mutually beneficial; together they gave birth to rave culture. Rave culture…

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    commercialized, these festivals did have a few run ins with the law, following their “Acid House Party” descendants. In 2010 the festival received criticism because of minors attending the festival and engaging in illegal activities. The death of a fifteen year old girl occurred due to an overdose of the popular party drug MDMA. The girl was presumed to have taken the drug at the event. This caused the event prohibited for anyone under the age of eighteen. At the heart of the Rave culture is…

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    Techno Subculture Research

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    1. Where does the term „Techno“ for this music genre come from? The term „Techno“ goes back to the 1970s when Alvin Toffler published a book with the title „Future Shock“ by speaking about „Techno-rebells“ who use the most modern technology to fight the system subversively which created those technologies. Since the early 80s, the term was used in several interviews and in 1984 Cybotron from Detroit published in an „Electro“-sampler a single with the title „Techno-City“. Afterwards It took part…

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    Electronic Swing Analysis

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    My taste in music could best be described as electronic swing, since it is not quite EDM, electronic dance music, and isn't exactly jazz. It's the perfect mix, which presents you with a type of music that resembles art more than a simple melody. Often mistaken for nu-disco, electronic swing creates a modern and dance-floor focused sound that is more readily accessible to the modern ear but that also retains the feeling of live brass and the energetic excitement of the early swing recordings.…

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    Gloving Research Paper

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    What is gloving you might ask? Yes, it’s those light up gloves you saw on shark tank a few months back. Gloving has been in underground culture called “raves” until 2006 when it was first introduced to the rest of the world on YouTube. Ever since then, millions of people use this art form called “gloving” which is when a person, using their fingers, to make trails and patterns using light up gloves that can change color with the motion of the light. Light shows, dancing using the gloves, is a…

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