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    Jun 21, 2015 4:21 AM GMT

    Should be, "straight people who don't dance actually", at least we dance at circuit icon_lol.gif


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    Jun 21, 2015 4:45 AM GMT
    This is more my style than all that "droppin bass" every 2 minutes, enjoy the contrast icon_lol.gif

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    Jun 21, 2015 5:33 AM GMT
    I don't understand the DJ's and their beat changing every 2 minutes. These DJ's apparently do not use beat matching skills at all, I am missing the "flow" and structure. Their "peak" high seems to be the several "bass drops" throughout the ever changing beat or song. I guess since their is no real dancing involved, the abrupt change in the beat doesn't matter to the attendee or audience. If I got into a certain beat and speed, I would be disappointed by the sudden change to a slower beat or a different song entirely, I would be like, Ok, im just going to sit down, veg, smoke weed and listen. Its not my type of electronic music so far from what I have heard.
    And they make millions of dollars doing this? icon_lol.gif

    There is no "toe tapping" rhythm from song to song without beat matching, this "mix" is all over the place, I would have headache icon_confused.gif


    Beatmatching or pitch cue is a disc jockey technique of pitch shifting or timestretching an upcoming track to match its tempo to that of the currently playing track, and to adjust them such that the beats (and, usually, the bars) are synchronised — i.e., the kicks and snares in two house records hit at the same time when both records are played simultaneously. Beatmatching is a component of mixing which employs beatmatching combined with equalization, attention to phrasing and track selection in an attempt to make a single mix that flows together and has a good structure.

    The technique was developed to keep the people from leaving the dancefloor at the end of the song. These days it is considered basic among DJs in electronic dance music genres, and it is standard practice in clubs to keep the constant beat through the night, even if DJs change in the middle.

    Beatmatching is no longer considered a novelty, and new digital software has made the technique much easier to master.
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    Jun 21, 2015 5:56 AM GMT
    I see, straight people, they went from the mosh pit to the EDC pit icon_lol.gif

    OMG, white people's aggression and entertainment icon_eek.gif

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    Jun 22, 2015 5:12 AM GMT


    Electronic dance music festival attendee in Las Vegas dies

    The 24-year-old man was among some 135,000 dance music fans who attended the Electric Daisy Carnival overnight after a record-tying high of 113 degrees for the date was reached in Las Vegas on Saturday afternoon.

    There were 408 mostly minor medical calls at the event over a 12-hour period ending 6 a.m. Sunday, and seven people were taken to hospitals, police said.

    They also reported 26 felony drug-related arrests, 10 misdemeanor or gross misdemeanor arrests and one driving under the influence arrest.

    The three-day event ending early Monday morning features a lengthy lineup of DJs performing on elaborate stages amid a carnival-like setting of rides, pyrotechnic displays and art installations.

    Last year, three people who came to Las Vegas for the festival died.