Talk:Nouvelle Cournouaille

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Oh my goddess, Lindsey Stirling! I absolutely love her music *here*! Wonder what her brand of EDM sounds like *there*(no dubstep, so maybe more trance-y/house-y? You know, synth-heavy and the like, but with violins.) Juan Martin Velez Linares 10:54, 06 Nov 2015 (CDT)

Yeah, I'm going to have to noodle that -- figure an 70s-80s sort of vibe. Maybe something similar to Electric Light Orchestra, maybe? BoArthur 11:09, 6 November 2015 (PST)
Mmh, maybe not thát 80s! I'm not 100% sure, but I think a lot of classic EDM sounds are basically 80s analog synths--I know the TR-808 and TB-303, Korg MS20 and Poly keyboards, and the best-known kind of vocoders were late 70s-early 80s-type devices. Heck, the first Akai MPCs are probably well-established electronic veterans by now *there* assuming they've been on the market for about 12 years. That about sets the base for house, techno, and synthpop, I think; the main problem is figuring out the status of derivative genres like electro house and hardcore as well as whether or not trance exists. I personally think Mlle. d'Argent considers herself a scholar of the Midwest techno/house scene as well as the time-honoured instrument of Paganini. Probably her tracks sound more like We Are Giants or Shadows than, say, Crystallize or Shatter Me (which are véry obviously dubstep-influenced--just check out the wub-based breakdowns!)Juan Martin Velez Linares 17:41, 06 Nov 2015 (cdt)
Yeah - dubstep is probably not on the radar at this point. It might get there -- but not yet, anyway. I'll give the other two a listen, but I'll tentatively say you're on to something. BoArthur 16:38, 8 November 2015 (PST)
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