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Electronic Music Quotes

We’ve collected the best Electronic Music Quotes from the greatest minds of the world:, Netta Barzilai, Sean Murray, Bakermat, Kaskade. Use them as an inspiration.

Electro is today‘s discomaking electronic music not for the sake of selling it but for sharing it and touring around the world D.J.-ing.
I started with soul music and icons like Aretha Franklin and Etta James and then moved to R&B and artists such as Erykah Badu and Lauryn Hill. Electronic music came later on, when I was in high school and I was really influenced by artists like Skrillex and Major Lazer.
I’m basically a music nerd, especially when it comes to electronic music.
I personally love electronic music specifically because it has the rhythm, the kick, the thump – it has energy.
I do feel like there’s a level of ridiculousness going on in electronic music… It’s getting borderline absurd out there.
I’m an electronic guy, I’m a freak for electronic music but real instruments, the dynamic range of it, and the emotions, there’s no comparison.
Armin van Buuren
Virtual Self’ was me trying to paint a picture of a very foggy, distorted memory that I had of electronic music on the internet.
I think the rise of electronic music as a main stage concept has been a long time coming.
Computers and electronic music are not the opposite of the warm human music. It’s exactly the same.
Bill Laswell
I used to play in rock bands. Then I went to the first school of electronic music in the world. It was in Paris headed by one of the most important people involved in electronic music.
I think the Flecktones are a mixture of acoustic and electronic music with a lot of roots in folk and bluegrass as well as funk and jazz.
Bela Fleck
I’m more akin to things like Sigur Ros, Mogwai, possibly. But when I’m making solo electronic music, techno stuff is just the most exciting form of rhythm.
It’s very strange how electronic music formatted itself and forgot that its roots are about the surprise, freedom, and the acceptance of every race, gender, and style of music into this big party. Instead, it started to become this electronic lifestyle which also involved the glorification of technology.
When it comes to electronic music, I started listening to a lot of Daft Punk, way before I knew what house music was, and then progressed into a lot of Steve Angello, Eric Prydz, Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Laidback Luke.
Throughout my years in From First to Last, I was always dabbling and making electronic music on my own time. The first records I ever owned were crossover electronic rock, like Prodigy, Marilyn Manson and Nine Inch Nails.
I tried so many different musics. I kind of burned out on classical and wanted to make it fun again. I started playing with indie bands and country bands and finally realized electronic music brought my style to life.
It is the element I miss in electronic music – no performance, no loving immersion. Maybe that is why I was never particularly drawn to electronic music.
There are a lot of people who wonder why Japan is a pretty consistent influence in my music, and I think it’s because the reason I started writing – my intro to electronic music was Japanese music.
I’ve been making some more electronic music, which I really enjoy doing.
I first was introduced to really, I guess, underground electronic music when I was in middle school.
The thing about places like Trinidad and Jamaica is that they can be very musically insular. There isn’t much space for kids making hip-hop, electronic music, or hybrid genres.
Oddly, I think that a lot of the haters of EDM and DJs are actually within the world of electronic music.
Since I was a child, I always loved music that made me want to dance. As a teenager, I used to dance the night away to electronic music.
A lot of electronic music out there feels cold. I want to incorporate a human element.
Electronic music is the first genre to realize how to use the music for marketing something else, which is playing festivals and club nights where they really make money.
For me, electronic music is like cooking: it’s a sensual organic activity where you can mix ingredients.
Everyone making electronic music has the same tool kits and templates. You listen, and you feel like it can be done on an iPad. If everybody knows all the tricks, it’s no more magic.
The isolation of Eastern Europe actually helped me to be so original. I couldn’t travel so much, I had to find my own things, such as making the strings sound like electronic music.
You’re surrounded by electronic music in New York. I mean New York is one of the few places in North America where electronic music is the prevalent form.
Bob Mould
A MIDI file contains coded instructions to play a particular series of notes on an electronic music synthesizer. A MIDI file is more like a piano roll in a player piano than any type of sound recording.
Charles Petzold
Rock music is electronic music, dependent entirely on electronic circuitry and amplification.
There’s definitely a push and a pull to ‘legitimize’ electronic music live by playing the same way that a band would play.
Though I always experimented with electronic music in the past, I wasn’t invested in that sound. My heart has always been in folk. That’s my home.
The electronic music world is such a tight-knit community. We’re all hanging out at different festivals and such.
There’s a confusion sometimes with the laptop being the current tools and where electronic music initially comes from.
A lot of people see electronic music as a flavor of the week, but it can be more than that – has to be more than that.
That’s the thing with electronic music, you set up systems to bring in an accident, to bring in quirks you didn’t choose, but you still will have had to set up systems.
People are always bemoaning the fact that electronic music is finding its way into the mainstream. To me, that’s the best possible thing. It’s going to give us a much bigger platform. It’s going to train people’s ears to these sounds so they can listen to a track even if it doesn’t have vocals.
My roots in electronic music go from weird glitch music to now what’s seen as pop music. Electronic music is pop music now.
When I began making electronic music, the only thing I was thinking about was creating music that I really liked. I didn’t think about what effect it would have; I was busy doing it.
Maybe one day there will finally be an education for electronic music.
The idea behind ‘NecroFusion’ came about when Praga Khan of Lords of Acid contacted me after I started making a bunch of Twitter posts about how big a fan I was. Lords of Acid was my favorite band in high school, and Praga is a true pioneer of that style of electronic music.
I’ve been a fan of electronic music for a while.

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