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Dance Music 1985-present day
Dance Music 1985-present day
Dance Music through History
Dance Music through History
Dance Music through History
Dance Music through History
Dance Music through History
Dance Music through History
Dance Music through History
Dance Music through History
The Evolution of Dance
The Evolution of Dance
Why dance
Why dance
Dance Music Styles
Dance Music Styles
Dance Music – Why Now
Dance Music – Why Now
Roots of Dance Music
Roots of Dance Music
Influence 1: Jamaican Music
Influence 1: Jamaican Music
Influence 2: Disco
Influence 2: Disco
Influence 3: Hip Hop
Influence 3: Hip Hop
Influence 4: Electronic Music
Influence 4: Electronic Music
Dance Music
Dance Music
How to construct Dance Music
How to construct Dance Music
House
House
Techno
Techno
Drum n Bass
Drum n Bass
UK Garage
UK Garage
Ambient / Chillout
Ambient / Chillout
Structure in Dance Music
Structure in Dance Music
Q5
Q5
Synthesizer
Synthesizer
Turntable
Turntable
Sampler
Sampler
Sequencer Program
Sequencer Program
Loop
Loop
Time Stretch
Time Stretch
Retrigger
Retrigger
Quantize
Quantize
Reverb
Reverb
Pan
Pan
Remix
Remix
Key Vocabulary
Key Vocabulary

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1 Dance Music 1985-present day

Dance Music 1985-present day

2 Dance Music through History

Dance Music through History

Pre 20th Century: Waltzes, Ballroom dancing, Chamber Orchestras, very FORMAL, set dance moves in large groups

3 Dance Music through History

Dance Music through History

Pre-war (pre 1940’s): American influence, Jazz bands/Swing bands, Couples dancing, quite formal, Set dance moves

4 Dance Music through History

Dance Music through History

1950’s Rock n’ Roll: Influence of rock n roll, electric instruments, Couples dancing, more risqu?, informal, couples making up their own moves

5 Dance Music through History

Dance Music through History

2000’s Nightclubbing: Individuals, individuality, solo dance moves, Drink and drug culture, hedonism

6 The Evolution of Dance

The Evolution of Dance

What has changed?

7 Why dance

Why dance

A night out with friends

Recreational drug use

Meeting people of the opposite sex

Entertainment

Party or Special occasion

Exhibitionism – showing off!

Unwind after a hard week

Drinking

8 Dance Music Styles

Dance Music Styles

House

Dubstep

Disco

Techno

Garage

Drum n Bass

Ambient/Chillout

9 Dance Music – Why Now

Dance Music – Why Now

New technology

More permissive society

Wealthier ordinary people

New form of mass entertainment

Dance stops being formal And becomes informal

Hedonistic society (pleasure seeking)

10 Roots of Dance Music

Roots of Dance Music

11 Influence 1: Jamaican Music

Influence 1: Jamaican Music

Dub sound systems MC’s - (Microphone Controller or Master of Ceremonies)

12 Influence 2: Disco

Influence 2: Disco

1970’s USA Big nightclubs Light shows Costume/outfits Solo dance moves

13 Influence 3: Hip Hop

Influence 3: Hip Hop

Black American Block Parties Turntables DJ’s Samples

14 Influence 4: Electronic Music

Influence 4: Electronic Music

European Synthesizers Computers Futuristic

15 Dance Music

Dance Music

Q3. How is dance music constructed? Q4. What are the main differences between the styles of dance music?

16 How to construct Dance Music

How to construct Dance Music

Samples

Vocal or sound effects

Riff / Hook

Short repeating melody line

Chord Pad/ Ostinato

Smooth, held chords OR Repeating pattern of notes

Beat

Style dependent

Bassline

Low sounding, repetitive

17 House

House

The ‘original’ dance club music, came from the Warehouse Club in Chicago, USA. Happy, good time music with a steady, simple four-on-the-floor beat.

Samples

Vocals, often female. Often uses ‘real’ instruments.

Beat

Four on the Floor, lots of offbeat hi-hat work. 120bpm

18 Techno

Techno

Harder, faster, more aggressive music. Techno is designed for serious dancing, often to sound mechanical or futuristic. Doesn’t really use any ‘real’ instrument sounds.

Instruments

Lots of synthesized sounds, mechanical and futuristic.

Beat

Very fast aggressive Four on the Floor, 140bpm or higher.

19 Drum n Bass

Drum n Bass

Drum n Bass uses faster and more complex beats. Often, they are speeded up Hip-Hop beats. Tends to be minimal, just drums and bassline, with a few vocal samples, often male, in a rap/spoken style.

Instruments

Very few.

Beat

Very fast, complex sounding beats. 160bpm or higher.

20 UK Garage

UK Garage

UK garage borrows beats from hip hop and vocals from RnB. It chops the beats up to put gaps in, making it sound ‘jumpy’ and disjointed.

Samples

Lots of RnB female vocals.

Beat

Fast hip hop beats, cut up to sound jumpy and exciting. 120bpm upwards.

21 Ambient / Chillout

Ambient / Chillout

Created for clubbers who have a bit of a sore head the next morning! Very chilled, relaxing music, often sounds ‘spacey’ or has samples of natural sounds e.g. birds, water etc.

Samples

Natural sounds, birdsong, water etc.

Beat

Very slow, relaxing, spacey ambient sounds. >100bpm.

22 Structure in Dance Music

Structure in Dance Music

Mix In

Music fades in, or instruments introduced one by one.

Main Section

This is the main section, with all your main ideas in.

Breakdown

The song breaks down to it’s simplest parts – usually a bass drum beat and bassline.

Build-Up

After the breakdown, introduce the instruments one by one again.

Mix Out

The music fades out.

23 Q5

Q5

What technology and techniques are used in Dance Music? Q6. What is the key vocabulary in Dance Music?

24 Synthesizer

Synthesizer

A synthesizer (or ‘synth’) is an electronic keyboard that makes its own sounds by combining sound waves.

25 Turntable

Turntable

Turntables (or ‘decks’) are record players, used to allow DJ’s to mix records together.

A ‘mixer’ is the box in the middle of the decks.

26 Sampler

Sampler

A sampler is a machine that records short ‘samples’ from other records and edits them.

27 Sequencer Program

Sequencer Program

A music sequencer is a computer program that records and edits music and samples.

28 Loop

Loop

The most common way to make dance music is to take a short sample and loop it, so it plays over and over again.

29 Time Stretch

Time Stretch

Once your sample is in the sequencer software, you can play around with the tempo of it.

30 Retrigger

Retrigger

If you take a tiny sample and repeat it, it gives a stuttering effect.

31 Quantize

Quantize

If your notes are out of time, you can use the Quantize button to fix them.

32 Reverb

Reverb

Reverb is the sense of SPACE you get. Not to be confused with ECHO.

33 Pan

Pan

Pan is the movement of sound between the LEFT and RIGHT speakers.

34 Remix

Remix

A remix is changing the style of a song, using the song PLUS some new material.

Dubstep Remix of Coldplay

Chillout Remix of Madonna

Techno Remix of Rhianna

35 Key Vocabulary

Key Vocabulary

Styles: House Techno Drum n Bass Garage Ambient Dubstep

Influences: Jamaican Music Disco Hip Hop Electronic Music

Technology: Synthesizer Turntables Mixer Sequencer Program Sampler

Techniques: Sample Loop Time-Stretch Quantize Reverb Pan Retrigger Remix

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