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The Origins of Trance
Before trance music was labelled as such, other forms of electronic music—most notably acid house and techno—served as precursors to its birth.
The origins of trance music can be traced back to Germany during the late 80s and early 90s, when European DJs and producers began to incorporate electronic and psychedelic sounds into their music.
At this time, Detroit techno was making its way to Europe, where many German and UK producers used it to create a more atmospheric sound. During these formative years, many people called the genre “techno trance” or even “trance dance” because it comprised techno foundations layered with mind-altering sounds.
The label “trance” as applied to music may stem from the emotional feelings it induces—the high euphoria, chills and uplifting rush experienced by its listeners—or it may indicate the real trance-like state that the earliest forms of the sound attempted to emulate in the 90s, before the focus of the genre changed.
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