This genre of electronic dance music was introduced in 1980s and it gained popularity in next couple of years. The soulful and melodious feel took house music to new heights of popularity and it spread from America to Europe. Initially, it had slow tempos but then it became an upbeat and provocative music.
Technically speaking, house music has very prominent baseline and live-sound samples are also introduced to make it more natural. House music builds energy and the tension keeps building on until the beat drops back in. Now musicians have gone one step further as a new genre “Progressive House” has been introduced with the fusion of house and trance music.
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This genre of electronic dance music rose to prominence sometime in the 1990's. Due to its unique feel and effects, it was given the name of trance as it had the ability to take the audience to another state of consciousness. It had a fast tempo right from the beginning and this upbeat touch forced lot of people to become a die hard fan of trance music. However, the excessive use of sound effects makes it bit synthetic. Now the trance has different subgenres like Uplifting trance Acid, Classic and Progressive.
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