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Ambient music is music about the spaces between notes. Often incorporating ethnic music elements such as drones, trance rhythms, and non-Western modes, the music is quite dynamic. Ambient music is an enigma -- you can't dance to it, but due to the spaciousness, you can't sit and analyze it like contemporary classical music. It's the perfect music to represent the Internet era. There is no geographical foci to ambient music -- composers come from every country in the world from Albania to Zaire -- fans exist anywhere there's an Internet connection. The music itself is based on the phenomenon of recorded music as a soundtrack to modern life, and as such is a culmination of 100 years of recorded music.
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Experimental music is music which traditional defies labelling. As such, rock, jazz, or techno artists are not considered "experimental," even if they create many new things within their style. What is consistently listed here are artists who invent new instruments, new means for performance, new tuning systems, and consistenly create new structures for their music. It's a bit arbitrary and highly subjective, but we've found that there is some thread of commonality between the artists that are found when someone is looking for experimental music. If your music is best described as experimental (look at the other style categories first), we'd love to list your URL. Just click above on the "Add URL" button and we'll review your site.
This category contains sites relating to music that has demonstrably fractal characteristics, music that is derived from fractal graphics or algorithms, and research pertaining to the study or analysis of fractal music.
Paper magazines or online zines focused on experimental music vareities, from ambient and noise to fractal.
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This category deals primarily with non-profit organizations which sponsor, or are involved with, experimental music. If you are an experimental musician looking for grants, performance opportunities, and teaching opportunities, this is be the best place to start.
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