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Electronic music is a broad term for music created using electronic equipment. The term "electronic music" is sometimes applied to music played on ordinary acoustic instruments, just because electronic amplifiers were used in the recording or performance (for example, in jazz or folk music) - this is a misconception. Indeed, in a jazz composition, the sounds were not synthesized on electronic equipment, but were played on "live" instruments.
The term "electronic music" means music created by electronic means: analog or virtual (computer). Initially, electronic music was written only with the help of analog means. An analog synthesizer (synth) is an electronic device that allows you to literally create a sound from scratch and modify it in every possible way. The world's first analog synthesizer was the theremin. It was designed by Lev Theremin in the USSR in 1920. With the development of musical technology, the keyboard has become an indispensable attribute of synthesizers. On it, the musician plays the part of the synthesizer. This allowed synthesizers to quickly penetrate almost all styles of electronic and non-electronic music. They began to be used in live performances and firmly entered the music. There are also many other electronic means of writing and editing music: analog sequencers, mixers, drum machines, compressors, reverbs (echoes), filters, various effects, which made it possible to almost completely dispense with acoustic (“live”) instruments.
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