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Link of your research:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_dance_music
What information are you using from this link? : EDM stands for Electronic Dance Music, also known as dance music and club music. EDM is a broad range of percussive electronic music genres made largely for nightclubs, raves and festivals. It is made using software and computers.
Link of your research: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_music
What information are you using from this link? : Electronic music is music that uses electronic musical instruments, and uses software to do so. In general, the sounds electronic music and real IRL instruments are distinct and unique in their own ways.
Link of your research: https://edition.cnn.com/2014/12/18/world/how-did-edm-get-so-popular/index.html
What information are you using from this link? : Electronic dance music is not a new genre. In fact, it’s been around for more than three decades. In Europe and the Americas, mainly, there is an increasing number of electronic music festivals; events that gather people from all over the world and celebrate in unison. Naturally, EDM was unlikely to become this popular without generating incredible amounts of money. A report stated that EDM is a $6.2 billion global industry.
Link of your research: https://blog.udemy.com/history-of-electronic-music/
What information are you using from this link? : From dubstep to disco, electronic music is a broad category of modern music that includes a wide variety of styles. While most people think of electronic music as a product of the 21st century, the reality is that electronic music has been around for almost 50 years. Since 2000, electronic dance music (EDM) has grown from a popular genre into an influential part of all mainstream music.
Project Genesis – Criteria Ci
1, Determine a nice and simple beat.
2, A nice rhythm
3, Any extra sounds and unique melodies and rhythms
I want to learn how to make a good song that I enjoy making efficiently and effortlessly so I can share my songs with friends and relatives. I hope to learn how different types/genres of beats and melodies mix well together and what don’t.
To assess my product I will be looking at; if the song going on the beat, the melody and beat sound well together, how many digital instruments I use and if everything is on time.
How did you become a more credible scientist?
I learned to organize my info in a simple manner and double-checking all of my control variables before starting each phase of the experiment. This made me a more credible scientist because doing this makes my data true and unaffected from outside variables that might have an impact on my experiment. I learned to control variables other than my independent and dependent variables. For example, in the Bungie jump barbie experiment, I kept the source data reliable by double-checking the angle I am dropping the barbie at, the height of the drop and the side of the drop. My data is also reliable because, for each part of the experiment, I conducted three trials, and in every trial three tests, during those tests, I made sure everything I did was the same as the previous tests to keep my data valid and consistent. Doing so makes my data safe and consistent. Another way to verify my data is by averaging out my experiments and setting up my trend line. All my data was reliable because the trend line was following my average values.
Here is my Pro Midi song
so lit hahaha
I think that the ecology unit sparked my interest the most because of the food chain and learning about the impact of removing one biotic or abiotic factor from the chain. From the heat transfer unit, I found it very interesting to learn about the different types of heat transfer and what it was. I found both of these units interesting because of my previous curiosity about it. Earlier I wasn’t given much chance to learn about these subjects, so I was glad to do get the opportunity to learn about them. I don’t have many other questions related to these topics.