Welcome to Tune In! Live DJ Set Remixing Electronic Hits On The Fly, a blog about electronic music and how the DJ’s trying to create a new remix.
We want to educate people who love to dance on the meaning of remix music and how it is made. We are here as guidance for those who are curious how mix of two sounds can be created into one.
We will show you the different kind of equipment the DJ’s use when they do their live gig. We will also give you tips on how to make your own remix at home.
So read, enjoy and learn.
Welcome to Tune In! Live DJ Set Remixing Electronic Hits On The Fly. We love all kinds of electronic music, and we hope you do too. If you want to know what’s happening in the world of electronic music, then this is the blog for you.
Our blog is written by a team of DJs who are passionate about electronic music and always aim to bring you the best news, reviews and features to keep you informed. We cover everything from the latest new releases, to festival news and interviews with groundbreaking artists.
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Tune in for a live DJ set remixing electronic hits on the fly.
Remixes are often made to improve upon an original song. This is done by adding new elements, or subtracting existing elements. Remixes can range from subtle alterations of a song, to completely new creations using the original song as a foundation. Remixes are also commonly used for political purposes, as they can allow a subject in the remix to be portrayed in a different light from their original context, or even change their meaning completely. For instance, The KLF’s Doctorin’ the Tardis was used as a campaign theme song for the Pro-Life Action League in 1988, and George W. Bush has had his speeches remixed by supporters and critics alike.
If you’re a fan of electronic music, you know it’s more than just the playlist, it’s the energy and atmosphere that makes a dance party. It’s the feeling of being in the moment, surrounded by friends and joined by strangers who all share this love of dancing.
We’re excited to announce a new DJ set streaming live on Twitch! Tune in on December 15th at 10pm PT for a night full of fun and surprises as we team up with The Verge to remix some of your favorite electronic hits on-the-fly. This one-night-only show is sure to be epic!
In order for this event to be streamed live on Twitch, there are a few things we need from our loyal fans: If you plan on attending the show or want to watch it online, please register below with your email address so we can ensure everyone has access to our exclusive livestreams.
The first time I heard about DJing was back in 2012 when my dad came home from work, and he told me about a group of people who went to this club and danced to something called “electronic music”. It sounded incredibly interesting because I had never heard of anything like that before. Since then, I’ve been fascinated by how these DJs create their own remixes live on the spot with no pre-recorded tracks or anything like that.
So naturally when I found out that there was going to be a DJ at my school’s dance party, I was ecstatic! It’s not every day you get to see someone make music right in front of your eyes, especially if they are as talented as DJ Jazzy Jeff or Skrillex.
The dance floor was packed with people dancing their hearts out while DJ Mikey Fresh spun some sick beats for them all night long. He kept everyone moving from start to finish, even though it was already past midnight when he took the stage. People were jumping around like crazy as soon as he started playing his first song which happened to be a remix of The Black Eyed Peas’ “Let’s Get It Started.”
On Thursday September 19th, the Student Center will be hosting a live DJ set by the renowned electronic music group R3HAB. The show starts at 8:30 pm in room 2520.
R3HAB is a Dutch electronic dance music producer and DJ. He began his career in late 2007 while producing the track “Mrkrstft” with Hardwell. In 2010 he collaborated with Afrojack on “Prutataaa”, which charted at
Electronic dance music (also known as EDM, dance music, club music, or simply dance) is a broad range of percussive electronic music genres made largely for nightclubs, raves and festivals. EDM is generally produced for playback by disc jockeys who create seamless selections of tracks, called a mix by segueing from one recording to another. EDM producers also perform their music live in a concert or festival setting in what is sometimes called a live PA. In Europe, EDM is more commonly called ‘dance music’, or simply ‘dance’.
In the United States, EDM in clubs and festivals was initially dominated by house music but has since expanded to include all other genres. In the 2010s, the American music industry’s revenue grew to $7.9 billion with an annual growth rate of 3.9% from 2009 to 2013. By the end of 2014 it was $6.8 billion and growing at 5% annually. The global electronic dance music market increased from $4.4 billion in 2011 to $6.2 billion in 2013.
Electronic dance music sales are growing at over 10% globally according to IMS Research; an estimated $