Lo-fi is a music or production quality in which elements usually regarded as imperfections in the context of a recording or performance are present, sometimes as a deliberate choice.
This collection is a fully journey of deep sounds associated with a specific recording process such as a degraded audio signal or fluctuations in tape speed mixed with a house music touch for a warmer vision of music.
Simply known as just "acid" is a subgenre of house music developed around the mid-1980s by DJs from Chicago. The style is defined primarily by the "squelching" sounds and basslines of the Roland TB-303 electronic bass synthesizer-sequencer.
The influence of acid house can be heard on later styles of dance music.
This new collection combines house music's ubiquitous 4/4 beat melodies with the electronic sound produced by the Roland TB-303 electronic synthesizer-sequencer by constantly modulating its frequency and resonance controls to create movement in otherwise simple bass patterns.
Modular music is produced by synthesizers composed of separate modules for different functions. The modules can be connected together by the user to create a patch. The outputs from the modules may include audio signals, analog control voltages, or digital signals for logic or timing conditions.
The first modular synthesizer was developed in the late 1950s, when the introduction of the Moog synthesizer and the Buchla Modular Electronic Music System crop up in the same period.
Today the modular models offer range of complete systems some of which have been used by the producer to create this breathtaking collection.
Detroit has been cited as the birthplace of Electronic Music.
The template for a new style of music was developed by some individual whom started a new era for Techno & House music.
One of the individuals responsible for establishing techno as a genre in its own right, it is Juan Atkins who is recognized as the originator.
The new “Detroit School” express a dependence on machine-generated beats, chord and melodic synths.
The sounds are inspired by artists such as Robert Hood, Derrick May and more...
The new Samplesdesign starts introducing the sound of an event ordinarily attended by a community and centering on culture.
Music festivals have developed as an industry and nowadays can reflect a unique image proposing different kind of sound.
The Awaked Techno collection contains sounds closely related to the mainstream Techno circuit.
The sounds are inspired by artists such as Adam Beyer, Kevin De Vries, Amelie Lens and more..