The Electronic Music Maker: How To Create Electronic Music: A blog that indicates how you can create electronic music.
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I have always enjoyed listening to electronic music and have been wanting to learn how to create electronic music. I was never sure what equipment I needed or what programs I needed on the computer to create electronic music. The only thing I knew was that I wanted some sort of keyboard and a program on my computer.
Now that I’m trying to learn how to create digital music, there is so much equipment and computer software available it is hard to know where to start. But it is also exciting because all this great equipment and software means there are more music options than ever before for creating electronic music.
That’s why I created this blog, “The Electronic Music Maker.” This will be my own personal journey in learning how to create electronic music from scratch, from the first step of getting started with equipment and software, through learning the basics of it all, through hopefully getting pretty good at making electronic music, and maybe even having fun along the way.
The Electronic Music Maker: How To Create Electronic Music
A blog that indicates how you can create electronic music.
Tuesday, June 30, 2009
French Electronic Music
French Electronic music is a kind of electronic music that is created by French musicians. This type of music has been around since the 1960’s but started to become popular in the late 1970’s.
The first electronic music had its origins in 1930’s Germany. Karlheinz Stockhausen and Pierre Schaeffer were the two composers who initially created this type of music. In the 1960’s French musicians started to experiment with this new form of music and began to create their own style of it.
One of the earliest French electronic musicians was Jean-Michel Jarre who released his first album, Oxygene, in 1976. Just like other forms of electronic music it is instrumental and features mostly synthesizers and drum machines for instrumentation. It also features heavy use of sampling and effects units that are used to manipulate and change the sound of the instruments being played.
The Electronic Music Maker is a blog that indicates how you can create electronic music. It is intended for beginners who have no previous experience in creating music. The first part of this blog will focus on the basics of music and the second part will cover how to use specific software to create music.
How to create electronic music
This blog is divided into two parts:
Part 1: The basics of electronic music
Part 2: Software used to create electronic music
The first part of this blog covers the basics of electronic music and the second part discusses software used for creating music.
The Basics of Electronic Music
Electronic music is a form of experimental or avant-garde music that uses electronics as its medium. This type of music is typically produced by a computer and synthesizer, which are programmed to create sounds. It can also be produced with the use of a drum machine or sampler. Electronic music has been around since the early 1900s, but it only became popular in the 1960s when it was created by composers such as Karlheinz Stockhausen and Pierre Schaeffer. In fact, many people believe that electronic music was invented by them! However, there are many other musicians who influenced electronic musicians such as John Cage, David Tud
This is a great site for the beginner to learn about MIDI and music programming. If you are new to MIDI, I suggest you read through the MIDI Tutorial first.
If you can’t find what you need, please email me and I will do my best to answer your questions.
This blog is intended as a place where people can share their experiences in creating electronic music and learn from each other. It is not intended as a place for promotion of products or services, although links to such things are allowed if they are relevant and appropriate.
I have recently moved this blog over to WordPress and added a couple of new features: 1) A page on how to create an electronic music maker using an Arduino microcontroller; 2) A page on how to make an affordable home studio; 3) A page with links to other blogs that you may find useful.
Many people are now getting interested in electronic music. The reason for this is that many have realized that the electronic music has a lot to offer in terms of sound clarity and quality. Electronic music is also very versatile and can be used on different occasions. Many people are now looking for information on how to create electronic music.
Digital Audio Workstation
In order to make a good electronic music, you need a digital audio workstation (DAW). A digital audio workstation is a software that allows you to record, edit, mix and fine tune your own tracks. There are many types of DAWs available in the market today but the most common among them are Pro Tools, Logic, Cubase and Ableton Live. All these programs come with their own set of features that allow you to make great tracks.
What most people don’t know is the fact that you can make your own tracks using these programs. This is made possible by the fact that these programs allow users to record sounds directly into them using MIDI devices such as keyboards, drums or even guitars. Once you have recorded your sounds into the DAW, you will then be able to manipulate them using special effects such as volume fades, echo or reverb effects.
French electronic music is a broad range of styles that encompasses many different musical genres. The French electronic music scene is really varied, and you will find anything from house to new rave to hardstyle.
French electronic music is hard to define because it has a lot of different elements, but in general it tends to have an ambient sound and focus on synthesized sounds and drum machines.
The sound of French electronic music is characterized by its use of synthesizers, sequencers and drum machines.
Everyone knows that French people are fond of electronic music, but do you have any idea how it all began? In the 1960s there was a group of French composers at Ircam who were fascinated by the new sounds created by synthesisers. They were keen to study this new way of creating music, and they wanted to experiment with all kinds of sounds.
It was only in the 1970s that electronic music began to make its way into popular culture, thanks to acts like Jean-Michel Jarre and Kraftwerk. It’s an interesting fact that many French artists who went on to become famous were inspired by these pioneers. There’s no doubt that electronic music is an important part of French culture.