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music if you have to take up music professionally , what genre would it be?


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Very likely would be aggrotech, with metal as a backup. If I could ever be good enough for either that is. Music is a lifeblood of mine. If I could create it to make others feel the way it makes me feel that would be otherworldly.

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Definitely Jazz and Rock. I like most genres so I probably change things around up a bit and play with different genres though. I would love to work with K-pop but… not sure if I can meet all the strict requirements despite of me already a Asian :twi:. However, If I could do it without the corps than hell yeah Kpop too. But I think Jazz and Rock is more up my ally since I’ve been writing lyrics based on these genres and more experiences with it. 

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I already produce my own music as a hobby and usually find it hard to stick to one genre.  But if had to pick 1 genre to pursue professionally it would probably have to be Techno. It is such a versatile genre that lends itself equally well to simple and easily digestible composition, and more complicated, experimental/exploratory/conceptual works. It almost feels more like a sandbox framework than a specific genre

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Either Metal (mostly Melodic Death or Progressive Metal), Rock (mostly Prog, Post or indie Rock), medieval music or EDM (mostly uplifting Trance or Prog House/Trance). 

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It is really hard for me to narrow it down to one. But I'd have to give it up to Bluesy Hard Rock. 

Give me free reigns onto more genres: Thrash Metal, 90s Grunge, Power Metal, Punk/Ska Punk, Alternative metal art/rock experimental rock, shoegaze  nu metal.

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I'd love to do symphonic metal or rock (like Nightwish, Within Temptation, Evanescence), artsy female singer-songwriter (Natalie Merchant, Kate Bush, Tori Amos, Stevie Nicks), something with a traditional folk/world influence (Loreena McKennitt, Enya) or maybe some type of goth or gothic-influenced music; always thought darkwave (like the Switchblade Symphony) would be kind of fun to do for the last one in particular.

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Assuming I had the talent, Metal … speed metal. I get an energy rush just listening to it, I can’t imagine what that would feel like if I could actually do it! 

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