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Home & Dance Floor - What's The Difference?

Nathan
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Posted : Nov 12, 2005 20:51
I see often ppl say: 'This Music Is For home listening' or 'this is for the dance floor'.

What's the difference between this 2 'styles'?
Cause I never label music in this way.
Good music is good anywhere. At the deepest basement or at the highest mountain.

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headyatail2000
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Posted : Nov 12, 2005 21:30
2 much clubbing is the reasoN!
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Silent Scream
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Posted : Nov 12, 2005 21:36
it diesnt mean u label the specific track...just saying that this one is for example more chilld with with atmosphere for home\car listening ...more cofortable for ur ears....and dancefloor one could be godo for home but it was mainly produced for the floor...strcuture and power...could be less good for ur ears at home when u want to chill.           www.myspace.com/silentscreamuzic]
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Willy Wonka
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Posted : Nov 12, 2005 22:40
Depends what you like, there is no rules. I would prefer to listen to chilled and low BPM music at home while in clubs i would like to hear something jumpy and danceble. Again we cross the personal taste what is jumpy and what is chilled for YOU!
Decide alone, you shouldn't be smart to define your wishes.           "there once was a lesbian from Cancun
who took a young man up to her room
where there argued all night as to who had the right
to do what, how much and to whom"
Nathan
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Posted : Nov 13, 2005 00:03
When I need to chill I listen to Shulman, J.views and some more...
I can easily rest on the couch and listen to Spirallianz or dark soho. For me there is no to heavy music (from what I like) to listen at home. Full on, tech or prog.


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*Karma Cola*
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Posted : Nov 13, 2005 01:26
I listen to everything at home..Filteria, Midimilz, rinkadink, Sushi club etc...


But here's my thought... if a track makes me drive like a maniac, its more suited for the dancefloor.          ~*** You can tell By the way i use my walk, Im a woman's man, No time to Talk***~
traveller
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Posted : Nov 13, 2005 03:36
Well take the latest GMS album. I wouldn't bother to listen to that stuff at home. However at parties I wouldn't mind hearing a track or two from it. GMS is very good in what they do. However to me "what they do" is nothing but party music..           "The dinosaurs became extinct because they didn't have a space program."
- Larry Niven
exotic
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Posted : Nov 13, 2005 09:16
home ===>>> 128 - 138 bpm ( chill out , downtempo , prog)

dancefloor ====>>> 142 - 150 bpm ( hard , full on , dark )

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Bloodclot
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Posted : Nov 16, 2005 10:12
I'm pretty moody with what I want to hear. At times I'll listen to some really psychedelic dark full on ... Nothing specific.. but I always keep light music in the car, can't afford to go crazy on the road!
KakoOlalaJwal
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Posted : Nov 16, 2005 13:02
Quote:

On 2005-11-13 09:16, =((exotic>>>=== wrote:
home ===>>> 128 - 138 bpm ( chill out , downtempo , prog)

dancefloor ====>>> 142 - 150 bpm ( hard , full on , dark )




This is now where the question is more difficult than it seems to be..

Here you are matching bpms and the place (space)..

But you forgot about the time ! Because 'Prog' in example fits the "dancefloor" side perfectly after a night with faster stuff.. u see ?

And it's just an example, there are others..

There is in my mind definitaly no rule about "defining" what is "homie" and "dancefloor".. Its purely based on the person who is speaking and his experiences.. You know, to me in example, even some labeled "Chill out" tracks ARE dancefloor !

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exotic
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Posted : Nov 16, 2005 13:24
@ kakoo - i just prefer it that way .. i know prog can do wonders after a nice full on morning .. but then i'm just being politically correct           missing plug-in
Pt.
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Posted : Nov 16, 2005 13:42
Well, it's like Infected's releases. The old releases was more fitted for "home usage" (What ever that means) While the new releases is made for the dancefloor. Big crowds, big place. There isnt any clear deffinition. But one can easily say that this and that track are best fitted on the dance floor.

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