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Electrogaze is a subgenre of electronica, itself a popular music genre. Distinct from another similar and earlier existing genre, ambient music popularised by artists such as Brian Eno, Electrogaze is characterised by dreamlike, expansive soundscapes, featuring electronic textures created by synthesizers or digital samplers and often extensive use of large digital reverberant spaces and long delay times on sounds. The chorus effect, phasing and flanging are also sound processing effects that are employed to create a shimmering ambience. Electrogaze pieces often (but not exclusively) make use of harmonic techniques such as major key signatures, pentatonic or modal scales and added triad chords to add to these effects.

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  • L'electrogaze è un sottogenere della musica elettronica. Si distingue dalla musica ambient resa popolare da artisti come Brian Eno per le sue atmosfere oniriche e per gli ampi paesaggi sonori, creati con l'ausilio di sintetizzatori o samplers digitali con spesso un massiccio uso di effetti riverberanti e di lunghi dempi per il delay.L'ampio uso di effetti chorus, phaser e flanger contribuisce a creare il caratteristico ambiente luccicante.I pezzi Electrogaze spesso (ma non esclusivamente) fanno uso di tecniche armoniche come chiavi maggiori, scale pentatoniche o modali e di accordi di triade.Chitarre elettriche, voce e percussioni possono essere utilizzate, anche se spesso non sono la parte rilevante del mix, ma il contorno con cui ampliare gli spazi sonori.
  • Electrogaze is a subgenre of electronica, itself a popular music genre. Distinct from another similar and earlier existing genre, ambient music popularised by artists such as Brian Eno, Electrogaze is characterised by dreamlike, expansive soundscapes, featuring electronic textures created by synthesizers or digital samplers and often extensive use of large digital reverberant spaces and long delay times on sounds. The chorus effect, phasing and flanging are also sound processing effects that are employed to create a shimmering ambience. Electrogaze pieces often (but not exclusively) make use of harmonic techniques such as major key signatures, pentatonic or modal scales and added triad chords to add to these effects.
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  • L'electrogaze è un sottogenere della musica elettronica. Si distingue dalla musica ambient resa popolare da artisti come Brian Eno per le sue atmosfere oniriche e per gli ampi paesaggi sonori, creati con l'ausilio di sintetizzatori o samplers digitali con spesso un massiccio uso di effetti riverberanti e di lunghi dempi per il delay.L'ampio uso di effetti chorus, phaser e flanger contribuisce a creare il caratteristico ambiente luccicante.I pezzi Electrogaze spesso (ma non esclusivamente) fanno uso di tecniche armoniche come chiavi maggiori, scale pentatoniche o modali e di accordi di triade.Chitarre elettriche, voce e percussioni possono essere utilizzate, anche se spesso non sono la parte rilevante del mix, ma il contorno con cui ampliare gli spazi sonori. Artisti solisti che possono essere classificati come "electrogaze" sono: Ulrich Schnauss, Robin Guthrie chitarrista degli Cocteau Twins e John Foxx tastierista degli Ultravox. Gruppi che possono rientrare nel genere sono anche i Glitch Mob nel loro album Drink the Sea, Tycho e Blackmill.
  • Electrogaze is a subgenre of electronica, itself a popular music genre. Distinct from another similar and earlier existing genre, ambient music popularised by artists such as Brian Eno, Electrogaze is characterised by dreamlike, expansive soundscapes, featuring electronic textures created by synthesizers or digital samplers and often extensive use of large digital reverberant spaces and long delay times on sounds. The chorus effect, phasing and flanging are also sound processing effects that are employed to create a shimmering ambience. Electrogaze pieces often (but not exclusively) make use of harmonic techniques such as major key signatures, pentatonic or modal scales and added triad chords to add to these effects. Electrogaze can feature electric guitars, vocals and percussion instruments, although percussion is usually placed low in the mix. Artists who have produced work classifiable in the electrogaze genre are Ulrich Schnauss, Cocteau Twins guitarist Robin Guthrie, lamontikon (Kevin James Salveson) and former Ultravox keyboard player John Foxx.
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