favorite genre?

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what is your favorite genre to listen to and how does it effect/relate to the genre of music you make?
for example, i like rap, lofi, and vaporwave/pop every once in a while, but my music has frequently turned out as trap beats.
what about you?
samthekid108 wrote:
Wed Jan 03, 2018 3:50 am
what is your favorite genre to listen to and how does it effect/relate to the genre of music you make?
for example, i like rap, lofi, and vaporwave/pop every once in a while, but my music has frequently turned out as trap beats.
what about you?
Okay: 80's music, techno trance music and old school late 80's early 90's house music. 8-)
The thing that makes it kinda easy for me, to make those genres, is the fact that they all use
cool sounding synth sounds. And really cool sounding bass melodies too. :D
samthekid108 wrote:
Wed Jan 03, 2018 3:50 am
what is your favorite genre to listen to and how does it effect/relate to the genre of music you make?
for example, i like rap, lofi, and vaporwave/pop every once in a while, but my music has frequently turned out as trap beats.
what about you?
My favorite genres would be Uplifting Trance, Progressive Trance, Melodic House, Progressive House(the ones like deadmau5's style or the song WispX-I (Can't) See You or Lush & Simon-Ahead Of Us or Starlyte's Style), Melodic Dubstep/Chillstep like Mitis, Liquid DnB, and some Drumstep. Mostly anything that is more focused on the melody. I also listen some Orchestral pieces. I always liked making melodic music.
My most fav genre for now is Melodic Dubstep, and I was making music so I can learn to make songs of myself in that genre :D


but my compositions turned out New Age, Ambient and Classical -- the genres I've been listening in my childhood. It seems that my brain is seeking to the place where I came from lol. But the only genre I like and tried that had good results was Uplifting Trance.
heavy metal. It's good for my sense of self. rock on!
Ambient,new age and eletronic Music
Rock, because it defines music in an instrumental way. The instruments are telling a story as much as the vocalist is. It is a way of communicating and hang out with friends, it is a form of emotion and thought. When there is someone playing an instrument you hear what the musician is saying but when you hear a computerised version of music you will feel nothing, no passion just rhythm and beats. Dj’s can hype up a place and make people dance but when you hear the music produced right there on stage with guitars drums piano any sort of instrument you hear the story. It feels like the instrument is talking right at you and you are in a small little world of just good harmony.
Couldn't really say i have one,

I like,

House
Techno
Trance
Hard Techno
Hard Trance
Old Skool - Hardcore, Acid and some Drum & Bass

How it influences what i make,

I read quite a lot about people commenting on tracks that are made, and they refer to, 'THE Drop', usually meaning the track has one major drop point where it has a release of energy (Thats how i put it), when i am making a track, i think the track should carry you along with multiple energy points that revive your emotion/enthusiasm continuously.

Thats what i aim for when making a track
You know, I like different music. I've been listening to covers of rock artists lately.
Fersalina wrote:
Wed Apr 03, 2019 1:13 pm
You know, I like different music. I've been listening to covers of rock artists lately.
Cool.

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