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posted on Mar, 13 2017 @ 05:34 PM
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Hi, im looking for all the genres above 180bpm, i tried googling it, i came up with a song here and there and i suck at music knowledge.. Would be awesome if i could have a list by someone who enjoys music!

Thanks in advance




posted on Mar, 13 2017 @ 05:36 PM
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a reply to: tikbalang

couldnt point you towards an entire genre but you can check out conlon nancarrow's studies for player piano.
you'll find some stuff in there



posted on Mar, 13 2017 @ 05:38 PM
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a reply to: tikbalang

Here's what I found. Not sure if it's accurate, but it seems close. music.stackexchange.com...


Hip Hop is around 80-115 BPM
Triphop / Downtempo around 90-110 BPM
Concert marches are typically ~120 BPM.
House varies between 118 and 135 BPM
UK garage/2-step is usually between 130-135 BPM
UK funky is around 130 BPM
Techno 120-160 BPM
Generally around 120-135
Acid Techno 135-150
Schranz around 150
Dubstep is around 140 BPM 70's to 100 (mostly 80-90)
Dubstep is not 140 BPM. I don't know why that number gets thrown around, but most dubstep is from the 70's to 100, with most falling in-between 80 and 90. In many songs it's often for a double-time break to happen, at which point it will reach 140~200, respectively, but it shouldn't be timed that way. – n_b
*Dubstep is 70 - 75 BPM, which is equivalent to 140 - 150 BPM depending on if you count the snare on the 2 and 4 or the 3 of the measure.
Trap is around 140 BPM
Screamers are usually 130-150 BPM
Hardstyle is around 150 BPM
Juke/Footwork is around 160 BPM
Drum and Bass averages a BPM of 160-180
Oldschool jungle is around 160-170
Drum & Bass and Drumstep and Neurofunk 170-180
Some of the basic tempo markings

Largo is 40-60 BPM
Larghetto is 60-66 BPM
Adagio is 66-76 BPM
Andante is 76-108 BPM
Moderato is 108-120 BPM
Allegro is 120-168 BPM
Presto is 168-200 BPM
Prestissimo is 200+ BPM



posted on Mar, 13 2017 @ 06:15 PM
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originally posted by: TinySickTears
a reply to: tikbalang

couldnt point you towards an entire genre but you can check out conlon nancarrow's studies for player piano.
you'll find some stuff in there
Cool you are still around? I haven't seen you in a while? I noticed you a lot in the music sections, glad to see you are still here.

Sorry mods and posters if off topic.
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posted on Mar, 13 2017 @ 06:51 PM
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originally posted by: tikbalang
Hi, im looking for all the genres above 180bpm, i tried googling it, i came up with a song here and there and i suck at music knowledge.. Would be awesome if i could have a list by someone who enjoys music!

Thanks in advance

Start here and go backward, not very dramatic, however the response is.


edit on 13-3-2017 by smurfy because: Text.



posted on Mar, 13 2017 @ 07:07 PM
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Drum & bass, jungle or psytrance, particlarly "dark" psy.




Dubstep is not 140 BPM. I don't know why that number gets thrown around

Same as 70 bpm practically. It is easier to write in 140 though, as the measures do not need to be divided so minutely for faster notes.



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