Techno & Minimal Compilations
The Techno & Minimal Section features Collections of packages regarding Techno & Minimal DJ-Sets.These are broken down into the three main areas DJ-Sets Compilations, Blu-Ray & USB Specials and Portable Hard Drives
Compilations offering collections of Classic Trance DJ's playing all over the Globe at all the old Festivals and Clubs during the 1990's.
Compilations offering collections of Funky Techno DJ's playing all over the Globe at all the Techno Festivals and Clubs.
Compilations offering collections of Detroit Techno DJ's playing all over the Globe at all the Techno Festivals and Clubs.
Compilations offering collections of Minimal Techno DJ's playing all over the Globe at all the Techno Festivals and Clubs.
Compilations offering collections of Minimal DJ's playing all over the Globe at all the Techno Festivals and Clubs.
Blu-Ray & USB Specials
We have 2 different types of Special Offers that we offer, these come in the form of either MP3 Blu-Ray's or USB Drives which both offer bulk lots of DJ Sets from a particular DJ on Blu-Ray's or USB's.
Portable Hard Drives
- Complete Techno & Minimal DJ-Sets USB Drive
- Funky Techno DJ-Sets USB Hard Drive
- Minimal & Minimal Techno DJ-Sets USB Hard Drive
- Carl Cox DJ-Sets USB Hard Drive
Styles of Techno
Techno is a form of electronic music that emerged in the mid-1980s and primarily refers to a particular style developed in and around Detroit and subsequently adopted by European producers.
In the early 1990s, adventurous techno producers experimented with the style, spawning new genres that have taken on a life of their own.
The most prominent of these techno offshoots are:
Detroit Techno - Music in the style of early techno from Detroit, not necessarily of that geographical origin.
Trance - Which now has many subgenres, all of which differ from modern techno in that they tend to have emphasize synthesized, melodic or harmonic figures in the lower midrange frequencies, and often use build-ups and crescendos, among other differences;
a short-lived subgenre called hardcore that evolved into jungle, based mainly on complex arrangements of sampled percussion, often at very high BPMs (180+), and often featuring loud, dub-influenced bass lines played at half time;
font color="#0000FF">Gabba (Gabber) - Very loud, aggressive techno that was born in Rotterdam. The essence of the gabber sound is, for example, a distorted Roland TR.909 bass drum, overdriven to the point where it becomes a square wave and makes a recognizably melodic tone. The typical gabber track is from 160 to 220 BPM (beats per minute).
IDM - Representing techno's "avant-garde", a genre often influenced by and crossing over into ambient and experimental music, usually features complex, asymmetrical beat patterns that render it more for listening than dancing.
Tech House - A fusion that often combines techno with a prominent bass line and other elements of house, at a slightly lower tempo.
Acid Techno - Chicago inspired and UK-based style of techno that originally featured the sound of the Roland TB-303 synthesizer.
Ghettotech - Which combines some of the aesthetics of techno with hip-hop, house music, and Miami bass.