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Dance Music Styles 109 - Tech House.
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You can always fix a bad sample. True or false?
Velocity typically controls what parameter of the sound?
Is it ‘cheating' to use presets?
What volume are the additional primary hits? (relative to the existing hits)
Tech house tracks are arranged for...?
Which approach allows you to design the sound from scratch?
An octave is:
In Tech House, the snares land on the...?
1, 2, 3 and 4
2 and 4
Just on the 3
1 and 3
What 16th is responsible for a groovy house beat?
The third 16th
The last 16th
The second 16th
The first 16th
Tech house kicks are...?
Anything you like!
When building beats, which approach do I (Multiplier) typically prefer?
Which animal didn't feature in this course?
What is the typical BPM range for tech house?
140 to 150 BPM
100 to 108 BPM
122 to 125 BPM
128 to 130 BPM
Who invented Moombahton?
What synthesis process is often used to create percussive one shots?
Why do lots of tech house tracks lack identity?
Lack of imagination
There aren't any genre defining features
No one knows
What is a good way to stand out in Tech House?
Use Sidechain compression
Create conflicting grooves
Use bad samples
Have some fun!
Can you visually see the impact of track delays in the project?
How can you add swing to a pattern in Live?
Use the Groove Pool
Use the Swing Pool
Use the Swimming Pool
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