Advanced This wiki This wiki All wikis Advanced Search Options Select all (Main)TalkUserUser talkElectronic Music WikiElectronic Music Wiki talkFileFile talkMediaWikiMediaWiki talkTemplateTemplate talkHelpHelp talkCategoryCategory talkForumForum talkUser blogUser blog commentBlogBlog talkModuleModule talkMessage WallThreadMessage Wall Greeting Articles Photos and Videos Blogs People Everything About 1,100 results for List of Genres Editors: See notes on talk page before editing this article! This article incorporates text from the open-content Wikipedia online encyclopedia article List of electronic music genres. https://electronicmusic.fandom.com/wiki/List_of_Genres Electronic musical instrument An electronic musical instrument is a musical instrument that produces sound using electronics. Such an instrument sounds by outputting an electrical audio signal that ultimately drives a loudspeaker. An electronic instrument might include a user https://electronicmusic.fandom.com/wiki/Electronic_musical_instrument Music Macro Language Music Macro Language (MML) is a music description language used in sequencing music on computer and video game systems. It is primarily used in Japan, where it dates back to the late 1970s. MML is https://electronicmusic.fandom.com/wiki/Music_Macro_Language List of samples used by DJ Sharpnel This article describes and notes the samples used by DJ Sharpnel. Many Sharpnel Sound albums include sampled works from anime, video game, and other influences. Note that not all of the songs listed are composed https://electronicmusic.fandom.com/wiki/List_of_samples_used_by_DJ_Sharpnel Proteus A series of sample playback synths produced by E-mu Systems from 1959 through 2003. There were about 20 models in all; most were not named Proteus but they shared a basic architecture. Most were https://electronicmusic.fandom.com/wiki/Proteus Sequencer A device which generates control signals telling a synth what notes to play and when to play them. The term is used to apply to three different entities. In order of invention: (1) In the https://electronicmusic.fandom.com/wiki/Sequencer Electronic music Electronic music is a blanket term used to describe music that generally is made using electronic instruments (such as drum machines or synthesizers) or uses electronic equipment to make music (cuts or pitch shifting) and https://electronicmusic.fandom.com/wiki/Electronic_music DX7 A digital synthesizer introduced by Yamaha in 1983. The DX7 was the first mass-produced synthesizer to use frequency modulation extensively, and the first digital synthesizer to sell in large quantities. It defined the direction https://electronicmusic.fandom.com/wiki/DX7 List of samples used by goreshit This article describes and notes the samples used by goreshit. Many songs produced by goreshit include sampled works from anime, cartoons, and other influences. The following sources are categorized by the origin of the sample https://electronicmusic.fandom.com/wiki/List_of_samples_used_by_goreshit Trance A subgenre of electronica which combines steady, mono-temporal beats with more atmospheric, layered sounds such as pads, strings, repetitive vocal or percussion sounds, and experimental noises. Generally, an entire trance song is based around https://electronicmusic.fandom.com/wiki/Trance House House music is a genre of electronic dance music that originated in Chicago, Illinois, in the early 1980s. It was initially popularized in mid-1980s discothèques catering to the African-American, Latino American, and gay https://electronicmusic.fandom.com/wiki/House Polyphonic A polyphonic synthesizer is one capable of sounding two or more notes at one time. Although Western musical traditions are based around harmony, which implies the ability to play chords, many traditional instruments are monophonic https://electronicmusic.fandom.com/wiki/Polyphonic Main Page Welcome to the Electronic Music Wiki, a site dedicated to creating a knowledge-base of everything related to electronic music. Skrillex, Beardyman, Rusko, David Guetta https://electronicmusic.fandom.com/wiki/Main_Page Envelope generator A circuit which generates a signal, usually meant to control a voltage controlled amplifier for the purpose of giving dynamic contour to a played note (in other words, providing a rise and fall of the https://electronicmusic.fandom.com/wiki/Envelope_generator Future Bass Future bass is a music genre that arose around 2006 in the United Kingdom, United States, France, Germany, Japan, China and Australia. It is a broad genre of music, comprising a wide variety of sounds https://electronicmusic.fandom.com/wiki/Future_Bass Continuous controller Unfortunately, the standard is not very consistent about the meanings of some of the standard assignments.For instance, some such as volume and pan derive their names from the functions they are intended to perform https://electronicmusic.fandom.com/wiki/Continuous_controller System exclusive (Often abbreviated "sysex") A part of the MIDI standard that allows synth manufacturers to define their own specific message formats. Unlike every other message format in the MIDI standard, sysex messages can be variable https://electronicmusic.fandom.com/wiki/System_exclusive Matrix-6 A follow-on synth design to Oberheim's successful Matrix-12 model. Where the Matrix-12 was intended to be a high-end synth, the Matrix-6 was aimed at a lower price point, while https://electronicmusic.fandom.com/wiki/Matrix-6 Frequency modulation Frequency modulation, or FM, is a variation in the frequency of a signal being generated, according to the instantaneous value of a modulating waveform. The signal whose frequency is being modulated is usually referred to https://electronicmusic.fandom.com/wiki/Frequency_modulation Filter An electrical circuit that emphasizes or eliminates some frequencies from a signal. Filters are used in electronic music to alter the harmonic content of a signal, which changes its timbre. Many of the filters used https://electronicmusic.fandom.com/wiki/Filter Sound on sound A recording technique used to build up layers of sound, frequently employed in the tape studio. The classic method of sound-on-sound recording involved using an analog tape recorder. First, a sound is recorded https://electronicmusic.fandom.com/wiki/Sound_on_sound Ciat-Lonbarde A synth manufacturer owned by Peter Blasser in Baltimore, Maryland USA. Ciat-Lonbarde specializes in making analog synthesizers in what might be called an "organic" style: cases are made from various woods (often salvage woods https://electronicmusic.fandom.com/wiki/Ciat-Lonbarde Velocity A measure of how rapidly and forcefully a key on a keyboard is pressed when the player initially presses the key. Velocity measurement is intended to simulate the behavior of a piano mechanism; a note https://electronicmusic.fandom.com/wiki/Velocity Voltage controlled oscillator A voltage controlled oscillator, or VCO, is an oscillator whose output frequency is determined by an input control voltage. The VCO, or a digital equivalent of it, is an essential component of all modern synthesizers https://electronicmusic.fandom.com/wiki/Voltage_controlled_oscillator Goreshit Goreshit, also know as Leon Makepeace. is an electronic artist known particularly for his contributions to the genre "lolicore" a genre based on speedcore, mashcore and breakcore, but with samples of either high-pitched anime https://electronicmusic.fandom.com/wiki/Goreshit Back 1 2 3 4 5 6 Next Related Wiki Terraria Wiki Gaming 40K pages 10K images 0 videos The Official Terraria Wiki is a comprehensive resource containing information about all versions of Re-Logic's action-adventure sandbox game, Terraria. View More Wikis Top pages Goreshit, also know as Leon Makepeace. is an electronic artist known particularly for his contributions to the genre... Retrieved from "https://electronicmusic.fandom.com/wiki/Special:Search/Japanese_inventions" Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.