Better living via electronic dance music is a documentary which takes the electronic dance music scene of the 1990s through to present day. It tells the story of how the rave scene was formed, how it progressed to its present state and the influences of new styles on that music. The documentary also covers some topics that are not commonly known such as why rave was started in clubs and what made it addictive. This documentary is a must watch for anyone who appreciates or enjoys good music and is interested in the underground. If you enjoy watching dance videos then this is definitely for you. There are many similar types of documentaries available and this one covers some ground breaking and important topics about the rave scene that most others have ignored or not even known about.
The electronic dance music documentary begins with an overview of the history of rave. The birth place of it was at the University of Miami, in the early 1990s. This is where the concept of what we know today as “dance music” was born. The birth place and evolution of the genre are documented in this documentary.
A look at the future of electronic dance music is also included. What lies in the near future for the genre? There is discussion of what will happen to “Tomorrowland” if it were to become popular. It depicts how music videos affect the popularity of songs and artists. You might be surprised at how much influence commercials and videos have on the popularity of certain tracks.
As electronic dance music documentaries go, this one is no short of entertaining. Although it does touch upon topics that are familiar, it also ventures into topics that are very interesting and yet relevant to what is going on in the music scene right now. Some of the topics covered include alternative methods of producing music, the effect of YouTube on the chart ranking, and how house music producers are feeling about the current DVD releases.
Part one of this two part documentary films concerns itself with the making of an EDM. ” Tomorrowland” director Russell Crowther approaches this subject from three different angles. One of these is from the perspective of the producer who wants to put out a quality sounding electronic dance music album. The second documentary is more in-depth, discussing the production equipment that is needed for the production. The last footage shows Crowther in the studio, working with some of the producers from the film.
Part two of this two part documentary marks the rise of house music to the forefront of electronic dance music. The focus of this section is the creation of a sound system by someone who is considered to be a true professional. While some producers may try to show off their skills with a poorly sounding system, the people behind the project show how much care and effort go into the sound system, proving how much thought and attention to detail go into making an EDM.
Other sections of electronic music documentaries include interviews with famous DJs as well as those who create electronic music. These include producers such as Will Young, DJ Craze, and Carl Cox. The inclusion of interview footage also provides the viewer with a behind the scenes look at the music industry.
While watching tomorrowland on DVD, you will hear about how the rise of house music helped to shape modern music. You will also get to hear how the production sounds are essential to the overall appeal of the music. The documentary is full of beautiful shots, which helps you to imagine what it might be like to see yourself on the dance floor. You should definitely purchase tomorrowland for yourself, as it is an amazing two-hour video that covers an important aspect of electronic dance music.
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