Most Important Moments of Electronic Music History

It is not a surprise that electronic music is extremely popular among young people these days. Electronic music is played in many disco clubs and has a lot of fans in different countries all over the world.

The electronic music style actively develops and increases its popularity year after year. Special attention should be drawn to the fact that electronic music has an interesting history. There are the modern electronic music and the electronic music styles of the 20th century, and now in the 21st Century, its evolution has continued. In this article, let’s look at some of the most important moments of electronic music.

A lot of important events in electronic music history happened during the 1960’s. For example, the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center released its legendary album in 1961. The album included the songs of Babbitt, other 5 composers. As it is known, the album quickly gained the popularity among lovers of electronic music. Elektronmusikstudion is the center of electronic music that was established in 1964. The national center of electronic music is also known as “Sweden Electroacoustic Music.” Dr. Robert Moog is regarded one of the most famous people in the world of electronic music. He played a very important role in the development of the style. Dr. Moog invented the Moog Modular Synthesizer that was successfully applied in the electronic music.

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Electronic music actively developed during the 1970’s. The popular music group, Kraftwerk, was founded in 1970. Speech synthesis and music sequencers were actively used by musicians during 1972. The “Autobahn” album released by Kraftwerk began to gain the popularity in the world of electronic music in 1974.

The Winter Music Conference took place in Miami in 1985. The event was organized by Bill Kelly and Louis Possenti. Recording and editing software programs were introduced during the conference as well. In 1986, Marshall Jefferson produced its famous song called “Move Your Body,” which is best known for being the very first electronic music song with piano in its usage. Then in 1989, the electronic dance festival called “Love Parade” took place in West Berlin.

Ultra Music Festival (UMF) took place for the first time in Miami in 1999. Beatport online music store was launched in 2004.