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Lecture 2 mus 227 (1)

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Lecture 2 mus 227 (1) MUS 227

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Dom Pham
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Elements of Electronic
Dr. Udell

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Elements of Electronic
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Dom Pham on Wednesday February 11, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to MUS 227 at University of Oregon taught by Dr. Udell in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 12 views. For similar materials see Elements of Electronic in Music at University of Oregon.


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Date Created: 02/11/15
Grade Buddy MUS 227 Chet Udell Lecture 2 House 0 Birthplace of House Music Chicago 0 House got its name after people kept asking for the records they played at Warehouse 0 Style Traits i 4 to the oor rhythm 808 and 909 drum 303 acid I Dub techniques In uences Disco Sythesizers II Drum machine Tape editing Sampling 0 House origins 0 Music at the time was not designed for the dance floor 0 You had to respond and adjust the miX and content in real time DJ 0 Each track had a hook buried in it Dj s needed a way to traverse directly to the hooks and move between them These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute GradeBuddy 0 Frankie Knuckles O Aspiring DJ from NYC 0 Recruited to play in Chicago s Warehouse 0 Primarily GayBlacMatino scene spread to mainstream 0 Jesse Saunders 0 Used to hang outside the warehouse listening to Knuckles 0 Elements that became staples of the early house sound 39 TB 303 Bass Synth Roland TR 808 Drum Machine 0 Ron hardyIThe Music Box Chicago 1983 o Knuckles left the Warehouse 0 Owners opened the Music Box 0 DJ position originally offered to Larry Levan 0 Acid House 0 Roland 303 is acid house 0 Rediscovered in the thrift shops for Cheap 0 1982 big fail 0 UK Garage 0 Hi hat sound 0 Skipping bass line 0 Electro house GradeBuddy O Syncopated beat 0 Steady beat 0 Synthesizer more buzzy 0 Deep House 0 Traded to Chicago 0 Relatively jazzy soulful O Pointed back to disco soulful orchestration O Fused with jazz funk and soul 0 House Evolves 0 Hip hop jungle and techno take over 0 Up tempo compared to house 0 Shifting sounds syncopation O Commonly chop up time shift or pitch shift vocal samples complementing the underlying rhythmic structure 0 ElectroHouse o Prominent bass line 0 Short and high pitched riffs 0 Minimal to medium amounts of percussion 0 Dirty or primitive synths vocal or instrumental samples 0 Tempo 120 130 BPM


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