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Regardless of whether you are looking for French electronic music for a hip café scene, Japanese electronic music for a dark, animated sequence, or anything in between, PremiumBeat has you covered.
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Electronic Music for Any Project
Within the PremiumBeat library, you can quickly find electronic music for your podcast, trailer, film, website, and more. Each track comes with 15-, 30-, and 60-second shorts, in addition to the full-length track, making your editing process that much easier.
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The producer would arrange different sounds using a Digital Audio Workstation, a process that is not so different from putting together a puzzle. The song can then be exported to an audible file. Electronic music is one of the broadest categories in music today, encompassing such subgenres as dubstep, house, techno, and trance. Some electronic music features a more traditional musical sound, while other varieties sound glitchy or harsh.
The first modular synthesizers were released in 1964, followed by mass market hits such as the Minimoog Model D and ARP’s Odyssey in the 1970s, both of which increased the popularity of synthesizers. At the start of the 1980s, punk musicians looking for new sounds turned toward these synthesizers, resulting in New Wave and synth pop music. The introduction of the Musical Instrument Digital Interface, or MIDI, in the 1980s also advanced electronic music. With the introduction and rapid evolution of the internet, personal computers, mobile devices, and more over the last forty years, digitization has become the norm, so most modern music now incorporates electronic elements in some way. The strict definition of “electronic music,” however, refers to music that relies solely on electronics and samples to produce the final sound.
The rhythms of electronic dance music, on the other hand, closely mirror the rhythms in the human brain. This means that a fast-paced track can increase a listener’s energy levels. When the beat drops in these tracks, the listener’s brain releases dopamine, the feel-good chemical. Various studies support the use of electronic music for studying, as people who feel happy tend to be more productive and focused.
Want to check out classical electronic music? Simply select the “Classical” genre option in addition to the “Electronic” option. Want a glitchy and groovy holiday track? Listen to some electronic Christmas music by selecting “Christmas” from the “Holiday” music genre. Want to instill a certain mood in your listeners? Click the “Mood” filter to explore options for magical, strange, or dark electronic music, to name just a few. Once you have found the tracks that match your project, add them to your cart, and head to check out to select your music license. Pay a one-time fee and download your royalty-free electronic music in moments.
Alternatively, if you want an electronic track with a darker, more suspenseful sound to match your gritty film trailer, go to the PremiumBeat search engine and utilize the advanced filter options. After selecting “Electronic” from the “Genres” dropdown menu, click “Mood” and select “Dark / Somber.” A track like “With Suspicion” features eerie drones that will set an ominous mood for your viewers. If you have a video that features futuristic party scenes, try pairing with electronic dance tracks such as “Press Pause Play.”
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