Eurobeat is a genre of electronic music that emerged in the late 1980s.
Eurobeat originated from dance-pop and combines the sound of two genres Italo Disco and Hi-NRG.
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but let’s get into how eurobeat appeared, find out about the brightest representatives of this genre
and examine the instruments that they used for writing the world hits of this rhythmic and at the same time tough genre.
The pioneer of eurobeat is an Italian arranger, producer and vocalist Mauro Farine,
who wrote many hits for this genre and his compositions were the inspiration for samples that you can buy on this page.
Besides Mauro Farine, there are other equally talented composers who have left their mark in this genre among them:
Alessandra Mirka Gatti
Elena Gobbi Frattini
Maurizio De Jorio
However eurobeat sound has changed over the years.
The peculiarity of this genre is the rigid synthesizer sound.
Early compositions have the tempo of 125-150 beats per minute, modern compositions are written at 140-190 BPM and are often accompanied by harsh electric guitars.
To write eurobeat style compositions you can use VSTi synthesizers such as:
1) xFer Serum – https://xferrecords.com/products/serum
(We highly recommend use Xfer Serum for producing Eurobeat music!)
2) Sonic Charge Microtonic – soniccharge.com/microtonic
3) Native Instruments Massive – www.native-instruments.com/en/products/producer/massive
4) QuikQuak Glass Viper – www.quikquak.com/Prod_GlassViper.html
5) Korg MS-20 – www.korg.com/product.aspx?pd=443
6) Lennar Digital Sylenth1 – www.lennardigital.com/modules/downloads
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