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Tecnocumbia is a style of Cumbia where there is a fusion between electronic sounds generated by electronic musical instruments through electronic drums, the electric guitar, and . The "Tecnocumbia" was a word developed in Mexico to describe this type of music. However, the style of music was developed throughout South America with different names given to it before the name "Tecnocumbia" was adopted as the single denomynation for the music. En Chile similar style is known as Sound or Música Tropical.

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  • La Tecnocumbia es una variante de la cumbia mexicana y de la technobanda que fueron comúnmente conocidas y popularizadas por diversos grupos del país a principios y mediados de los años 80s consolidándose a finales de ésa década y principios de los 90s. Teniendo como la mayor exponente de este género a Selena y es a través de ella y otros grupos mexicanos que comienza a difundirse en el resto del continente en mayor o menor medida.
  • Tecnocumbia is a style of Cumbia where there is a fusion between electronic sounds generated by electronic musical instruments through electronic drums, the electric guitar, and . The "Tecnocumbia" was a word developed in Mexico to describe this type of music. However, the style of music was developed throughout South America with different names given to it before the name "Tecnocumbia" was adopted as the single denomynation for the music. En Chile similar style is known as Sound or Música Tropical.
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  • La Tecnocumbia es una variante de la cumbia mexicana y de la technobanda que fueron comúnmente conocidas y popularizadas por diversos grupos del país a principios y mediados de los años 80s consolidándose a finales de ésa década y principios de los 90s. Teniendo como la mayor exponente de este género a Selena y es a través de ella y otros grupos mexicanos que comienza a difundirse en el resto del continente en mayor o menor medida. La tecnocumbia como estilo musical, aunque no fue acuñado ese nombre sino hasta años después, surge de los grupos de cumbia mexicana del centro y sureste de México, y en buena medida de los grupos norteños de las ciudades del Estado de Nuevo León, Coahuila, así como de la importación de sonidos de la música de cumbia tejana creada en el sur de Estados Unidos por músicos de ascendencia mexicana. Es una diversificación derivada del uso de instrumentos electrónicos, entre los que figuran sintetizadores y batería electrónica principalmente. Así pues, desde décadas atrás diversos grupos mexicanos utilizaban sintetizadores y con la evolución se integraron instrumentos más variados de corte electrónico. Debido a la gran influencia de estos grupos musicales en los medios que interpretaban diversos género musicales desde Norteña, Ranchera y cumbia o combinaciones de éstas con estos instrumentos electrónicos, se desprende un segundo nombre de ésta música como "Música de grupos", "Música grupera" ó "Grupera" que masificaba a varios géneros populares del país antes mencionados en uno sólo del cual formaba parte ésta música que aún no poseía nombre propio, que al ser interpretada por estos grupos de música variada electrónica consolidó dicho nombre hasta la llegada de la grabación del tema "Tecnocumbia" de Selena por lo que indistintamente a éste tipo de cumbias se les llama "Cumbia grupera" ó "Tecnocumbia". Otra característica de la tecnocumbia de mediados de los 80's hasta el día de hoy es su gran carga romántica de sus textos, sean estos adaptados de boleros mexicanos o a veces versiones de cumbias sudamericanas en otro estilo. La dotación instrumental de la mayoría de los grupos no contiene el uso de guacharaca o güiro para generar el ritmo de cumbia, por lo que se prescinde totalmente de estos, y para marcar el ritmo se utiliza el Hi hat de la Batería acústica o eléctrica, mientras se acentúan los sonidos bajos de contracompás en apoyo al Bajo eléctrico mediante el Bombo lo que le da un estilo de compás parecido al de la música norteña y ranchera (con las cuales la cumbia ya se había combinado desde los años 70's).
  • Tecnocumbia is a style of Cumbia where there is a fusion between electronic sounds generated by electronic musical instruments through electronic drums, the electric guitar, and . The "Tecnocumbia" was a word developed in Mexico to describe this type of music. However, the style of music was developed throughout South America with different names given to it before the name "Tecnocumbia" was adopted as the single denomynation for the music. In Mexico, it developed as a variant of the Mexican cumbia that started in the early 1980s. The style added electronic instruments along with samplers to the Mexican cumbia music. One of the first musical groups with electrical 1980s sounds was Super Show de los Vazkez from Veracruz, México, formed in 1981, also, other important exponents were Los Temerarios, Los Bukis, Fito Olivares, among others. These groups created several hits with electrical sounds, their fame continues to the end of the 1980s. In the early 1990s, Selena the "Tex-mex queen," had great musical hits in U.S. and Mexico, her main hits of the tecnocumbia style was "Como la flor" (Like a flower), "Carcacha" (the old car), and, for first time, this genre was called like "Technocumbia" by her, with the musical hit of same name, "Technocumbia". In South America, where the Colombian Cumbia most easily expanded in popularity, different "modern" styles of the original Colombian rhythm were started mainly in the countries of Peru, Ecuador and Bolivia. The Peruvian cumbia, developed in the early 1960s, used electric guitars and synthesisers along with the other classical instruments of the Colombian cumbia in order to create a kind of tropical sound. Variations within the Peruvian cumbia added more tropical rhythms along with a more Andean flavor, which eventually resulted in the creation of the Andean cumbia (Commonly called "Chicha music" in Peru). Using the Andean cumbia as a base, in the middle of the 1990s the Tecnocumbia sprung up in Peru and since then has gone through many changes in Peru and Bolivia. Rossy War was the most important singer of the Peruvian tecnocumbia, she recorded several hits for Peru and Mexico, but her fame was bigger in the U.S.A's Latin community. Finally in the north of Argentina the most recent exponents are the group Kasualidad and Lagrimas.In Ecuador, this style of music began in 1992 with Grupo Coctel and; later, in 1999 with Sharon la hechicera and Widinson. They are considered the beginners of this music in Ecuador. After them male and female groups appeared like Tierra Canela, Magia Latina, Las Chicas Dulces, Deseo, Kandela y Son, Yerba Buena, Milenium, Batahola and others singers like Jazmin, Jaime Enrique Aymara, Hipatia Balseca, Sanyi, Mayra Alvarado, Milena, Enrique Augusto, Manolo and Silvana. Nowadays the most important singers of tecnocumbia are Maria de los Angeles, Gerardo Morán, Patty Ray, Omayra, Veronica Bolaños, Katty Egas and Delfin Quishpe. En Chile similar style is known as Sound or Música Tropical. The Mexican and South American tecnocumbias have similar styles and rhythms, due to them both having the Colombia cumbia as a base, but they developed through different methods independent of each other and do not sound exactly alike.
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