Best minimal music — minimal techno and minimal house

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Now, when visiting our web-site Techdeephouse, you’ll be able to find and download your favourite songs in Minimal Musiс style, and also to learn something about the history of this style, its peculiarities and uniqueness.

This style originated in the USA in the mid 1960s and the early 1970s of the XX century. Its main feature is that is was based on the simplest, rhythmic and melodious key cells, called “patterns”. These “patterns”, cells, are a set of simple rhythms and melodies, divided into quarters and placed repeatedly and evenly into a song with some slight variations and changes.

It is widely thought among professional musicians that the Minimal Style was created on defects of music from other genres. In other words, its composition is made on mistakes, thrown away from the other music styles. These mistakes were changed a bit, placed in patterns, quarters and then they are taken as a basis for a composition.

But the fathers of this style and its lovers do not care about this, since the main idea is that the soundtrack should be as less full as possible and the main emphasis is focused on the period between the beats, which creates an easy atmosphere of groove.

Today, this style didn’t loose its popularity; moreover, it is still developing and it gives the impetus for the development of many new styles. Now, this music, created from complex and persistent, floating passages that give the soundtrack moire music pattern, has no gravity center, which helps the listener completely become absorbed in it.

In this style of music different dynamics, rhythmic, speed are used. All main elements can be rough, awkward, soft and organic. In a word, anyone who likes club music can find in Minimal style their own special appeal. Moreover, many DJs-beginners start from this style, since Minimal style, like no other style, can teach you how to understand quarters and create an atmosphere of groove and understand the principles of creating music.