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with a clap or snare usually inserted every third beat in a bar [...] But that also applies to a huge portion of electronic music This doesn't apply to a huge portion of electronic music. Most styles have the clap/snare every other beat, not every third. And that's, to me, one of the defining characteristics of dubstep, that is the half-time rhythm that, ...


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Some Similarities Both Cuban Son (CS) and Mexican Son (MS) share roots in Spain's Flamenco and Andalusian Folk Music, and in many of Africa's various music traditions, all of them brought from the migration craze of the New World. This influence is reflected everywhere: harmonies, melodies, lyrics, rhythms, instruments. In harmony one example is the ...


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The only similarity between these two pieces is the use of piccolo or flute playing a plaintive melody in the high register. This is standard orchestral writing, and very common. See this example from Dmitri Shostakovich's 5th Symphony from 1937 which both composers would probably know well: There is no evidence that one of ...


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No. First off, the term "Garage Band" is also associated with starting bands with low budges so having that as a genre would be confusing. Second is genre meant to show off what type of music the band/artist supplies. There are many ways to group music like key, time signature, instrumentation which all show something, but trying to extend those to a genre ...


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A musical genre is characterized by a particular style, form, or content, not by the means by which the music is produced. "Garage Band" is no more a genre than "studio recording" or "played by computer by Finale notation file" or "notated on paper" would be.


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