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#83 to #77 - skybluetroll (03/30/2012) [-]
*Fanboy*
Yes, because pressing buttons on a laptop/mixer/synth is much harder than playing an actual instrument.

P.S. I'm in a class called music tech.... honestly isn't SUPER hard... but time consuming.
My music tech teacher doesn't see much instrumental value or lyrical value in techno/ Dubstep.
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#93 to #90 - skybluetroll (03/30/2012) [-]
Lmao, cool your jets...
I might have more respect for him if he didn't look like a ******* ugly ass hipster...

Piano, you need to be able to compose **** real time along with all other instruments. When you mess up, it gets noticed. and the chances of messing up are higher. With electronic music, its all based on whatever program your using. (i.e. protools) find a nice sine wave/ sawtooth you like, change pitch, tempo, gain, etc. and add it to a loop.
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#97 to #95 - skybluetroll (03/30/2012) [-]
What you are telling me is that he makes new composure on the spot on stage.... ***************** . And it isn't as easy? Once you plan out everything the week before, you just need to remember where to loop **** , add in extra instruments. WIth actual instruments, no matter how good you are there is always problems or spots that need improv.

Oh, and the music is just so good, it pumps up the crowd as much as it does at a rock/metal concert.
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User avatar #102 to #97 - KirbyFullyLoaded (03/30/2012) [-]
Why does it matter how the music is made, does the difficulty mean anything?
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