Armin van Buuren

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  • Examples Of Em Festival

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    Top 5 biggest EDM festivals in the world The popularity of European Dance Music is growing and with incredible festivals across the world, it’s no wonder EDM lovers are on the hunt for some of the best festivals to check out. Traveling is fun, but it’s even more fun when you can enjoy some of the biggest music events of the year. Of course, with so many festivals to choose from it’s easy to understand why many of you are shy about buying tickets. Perhaps the greatest example would be the recent

  • Ableton Live

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    Within in this essay, you shall find my discussion on how two EDM artists use the program Ableton Live. The two artists I shall be writing about are Skrillex and Armin Van Buuren. Both artists have similarities on how they create their chosen form of Electronic music but they also show many differences when they play on a live platform. Also in this essay, I shall lightly touch on what equipment they use while playing live, in the studio; as well as their history within the industry. American born

  • EDM Culture

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    tech boom. New technology is everywhere. Electric is a key word that both symbolizes technology and creates a high-energy feeling. Artists feel a new “moral responsibility” to distribute free or cheap music. Many popular EDM DJ’s such as Armin Van Buuren, Tiesto, and Paul Oakenfield operate free podcast where they stream their new music for free. The music sharing platform SoundCloud often pays DJ’s to submit their own work, and YouTube is also a main player for free new music releases.

  • Live Musical Performances Essay

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    This semester I have experience many live musical performances. Some of these performances have let me down but for the most part, these performances have been everything I ever expected. My two favorite performances this semester were Festival Vallenato and Ultra Music Festival. Although these two types of music are different in every way possible, the people and the performers are exactly where I feel I am in the right place. Both of these events were held in Bayfront Park. This is a very famous

  • “All of me” by John Legend is the theme song for The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet by William

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    thousand years / I'll love you for a thousand more”. A song that captures the emotions of Romeo in The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare would have to be Christina Perris song “A Thousand Years” “This is What it Feels Like” by Armin van Buuren captures Romeos Impulsivity when he kills himself in the end of The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. In the year 2012 , the record label Armada Music released the album Intense including the song This is What it Feels Like. “And I don’t even know

  • An Essay On Ignorance Is Ignorance

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    Ignorance is bliss. That's how I took it when I used to read biographies of great human beings, where in most of the cases, people always used to ignore them at the first place until any great invention took place and they were the hero behind it. That’s when I categorized people into two divisions: (a). people who live to make a difference, great and creative people like scientists, programmers or artists and people of this type; (b). people who just live their life typically and rely upon other

  • House Music Research Paper

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    House, Techno, and Trance are subgenres of electronic dance music. Electronic dance music became mainstream in the 1970s. The Moog synthesizer which was released in the mid 1960s is the first iconic instrument of electronic music. The 1970s can be described as the synthpop and disco era in which, Kraftwerk was a significant German band made in 1970 who used rhythmic sounds of bands like Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple and combined it with the futuristic sounds of the Moog synthesizer and vocoder. Giorgio

  • The Effects Of Edm And Electronic Dance Music

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    Impact on the EDM audience over the radio and the Internet in reference to the youth EDM or Electronic dance music is a set of many electronic music genres which are produced for dance-based entertainment environment’s such as 1.festivals,2. Raves,3. nightclubs. The music is basically created for use by the DJs or disc jockeys and is produced by them in a studio or at live sessions. 1. 2. 3. The acronym “EDM” was adopted in 2010