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Electricidad sonora: la música del futuro

Javier Sánchez Reyes
Taller de Redacción
Maestra Rocío Castellano
Electricidad sonora: la música del futuro

Desde que resonó por primera vez en el oído humano, con su poder para introducirse en la conciencia y crear estímulos, la música ha sido un elemento fundamental para el entretenimiento y placer en la vida diaria de las personas. Esta expresión artística convive y es influenciada por el contexto histórico y social de su época, convirtiéndola en un elemento que cambia a partir de los eventos o situaciones que la rodean. Tan evidente es esto que numerosas épocas modernas se identifican con un género musical que la mayoría de las personas disfrutaban escuchar en ese entonces. También está ligada, en contextos cercanos al nuestro, con avances tecnológicos que se aplican a la música mediante la experimentación de nuevos sonidos y la aceptación de las tecnologías en el ámbito cotidiano, resultando en la creación de nuevos géneros musicales. De esta experimentación surge uno de los géneros que no dependen de los instrumentos clásicos para crear armonías: la música electrónica. Desde sus inicios; los sintetizadores formaban parte importante para la composición de las piezas , estos nuevos instrumentos contaban con la capacidad de crear de manera digital sonidos que los diferentes objetos musicales clásicos no producían de manera natural; creando así un instrumento innovador disponible a precios accesibles para la mayoría de la población. A partir de esto, la música electrónica comienza a formar parte de los intereses experimentales de los músicos, ávidos por encontrar nuevas maneras de comunicar sus composiciones. Como resultado; surge en Alemania un dúo interesado desde sus inicios por la improvisación y las nuevas…...

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