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This paper studies contemporary African-American music, calling it an amalgam of several music styles of our time. The author explains that with its roots in jazz, African-American music today is taking elements from all over the world to create a tapestry of styles united by one ineffable ingredient: rhythm. That rhythm is being immeasurably influenced by technology -- namely electronic music. However, the author is careful to point out that electronics do not preclude the use of traditional African instruments, but rather enhance their sound.
From the Paper:"Electronic Music is how electronic musical instruments can be used to produce music. The types of instruments this refers to include electronic keyboards, synthesizers, samplers and any other musical instrument, which is largely electric or electronic in nature. This is not however a complete list of the equipment which is used in electronic music as the complete process of generating music electronically also includes the process of recording the music and the processing of sounds using signal processors (effects processors) to produce the required effect."
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African-American Music (2006, May 15) Retrieved December 07, 2023, from https://www.academon.com/essay/african-american-music-65672/
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