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The Value Of Classical Music

Music Factory | November 10, 2017

Electronic music was born in the discos and nightclubs nationwide in the early eighties. Today, this genre of music, also known as Electronic Dance Music or EDM is a music largely created by disk jockeys with a purpose of creating environment for dance-based entertainment. EDM soon became one of the […]


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Is ‘Classical Music’ Dead in the Water?

Music Factory | November 10, 2017

Caught in a trap? Music that catches you and doesn’t let you go, that’s what I thought about trap music when I first heard about it. What a weird name though, you must be wondering what the hype behind trap music is? After all, it is quite similar to dubstep […]



Music Production

The Importance of Classical Music in Parenting

Music Factory | November 10, 2017

In a relatively short space of time, the use of royalty free downloadable loops & sample packs within musical compositions by electronic music producers has become increasingly popular. In today’s world of electronic digital music, it is so much easier to get your music heard and to quickly develop a […]


Artist life

Appreciating Classical Music and the Arts

Music Factory | November 10, 2017

There are heaps of music composition software and programs on the market, but which should you use? Perhaps you’re a music composer who wants to move into digital music making or maybe you’re just beginning your music composition journey. Whatever your goals, this article will be of interest to you. […]




Classical

Is Classical Music Dead?

Music Factory | November 10, 2017

Let’s be frank, this article is not designed for ignorant people who think that Trance Dance Music is as Paul van Dyk satirizes “The sh*ttiest music since country and western.” The whole dilemma that comes with the grounds of overcoming cognitive dissonance is far, far beyond the scope of this […]


Music Production

The Development of Classical Music

Music Factory | November 10, 2017

The sounds are all familiar: From when the Moog synthesizer appeared in the 1960s to the present state of dance-to-pop spillover, electronic dance music is characterized by inhuman sounds. Although, in many cases, the sounds may, in fact, be created by a person, the fact that they do not mirror […]




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