Royalty Free EuroDance 90s For Commercial Use:
The typical instrument for Eurodance music on studio was electronic keyboards and rack synthesizers, mainly hardware analog synthesizers 80s, virtual analog synthesizers 90s, digital samplers and romplers, drum machines, sequencers (and midi arpeggiator), computer, DSP effects processor, mixer console and other retro electronic devices. At many studios of those years you could see musical instruments such as Oberheim Matrix, Akai, Roland TR-909, TR-808, SH-101, Juno-106, Alpha Juno, Jupiter-8, MKS, W-30, JV, JD, XP, JX-3p, JX-8p, JP-8000, JP-8080, D-50, TB-303, R-8, Ensoniq, Alesis, Modular, Prophet, Waldorf, Morpheus, E-MU Emulator, Kurzweil, Proteus, Korg M1, Trinity, 01W, Wavestation, Triton, Polysix, Trident, MS-20, Kawai, ARP Odyssey, Clavia Nord Lead, Moog (Minimoog), Novation Bass Station, Access Virus, Yamaha DX7 (FM Bass), TX81z (Lately Bass), FB-01 (Solid Bass), SPX etc.
It was these instruments that created the very unique sound of the ninetieth. The sounds of these synthesizers were also used in my track in order to create the nostalgy disco feeling of the nineties.
Eurodance (mid 90s edm style). Eurodance is a genre of electronic dance music of the 80s, 90s, and 2000s (mainly in the mid nineties). Earlier a lot of such music could be heard on discotheque, DJ Hits, night club, tape, VHS, MTV, cassette, TOP Charts, remix set, commercial, dancefloor, dancing party, CD, partyzone, dance music festival, radio, vinyl etc.
Bright representatives of the Eurodance genre are such groups as Corona, Modern Talking, Scooter, Future Beat, Culture Beat, Pharao, Magic Affair, Double You, Robert Miles, Scatman John, Real McCoy, SAIFAM, Snap, Masterboy, La Bouche, Melodie MC, E-Rotic, Heath Hunter, Maxx, Factory Team, 2 Brothers on the 4th Floor, Captain Jack, DJ Bobo, Cappella, Basic Element, 2 Unlimited, Music Instructor, Mo-Do, Centory, Ice Mc, Dr Alban, Fun Factory, Technotronic, Sandy, Captain Hollywood, Ace of Base, Haddaway, Turbo B, Solid Base, Aqua, Mr President, U96, E-Type, Imperio etc. The most Eurodance-style music was made in European countries as Germany (1993-1994 Dutch Eurodance), Italy (1995-1996 Italian Dance), Sweden (1997-1998 Swedish ED) and Nederland ('93, '94, '95, '96, '97, '98 in Netherlands, Holland).
A similar sound can be heard in related old school music genres: Hip-House (Hiphouse), Techno Rap (Technorap), Happy-Hardcore, Bubblegum, Dancecore, Trance (EuroTrance), DreamDance (Dream-Dance), PsyTrance (Psy-Trance), Hi-NRG, Dance POP, Spacesynth, Dancehall, Rave (EuroRave), Synthdance, Dance Club, Disco (Eurodisco), Italo-Disco (Italodisco), Techno (Tehno Rave), Eurobeat, House (EuroHouse), Euro-NRG, DreamTrance (Dream-Trance), Euro-Pop (Europop), Spacedance, Acid-House etc.