This page was last edited on 1 February , at Burman , Laxmikant-Pyarelal , Raju Singh. Ten Ragas to a Disco Beat” , Spin , 26 7 , p. And it turned out good. Retrieved 3 June Digging into the History of Disco in India”.
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Retrieved from ” https: Retrieved 13 June Ten Ragas to a Disco Beatan album originally intended as a fusion of electronic disco music with Indian classical ragas. Ten Ragas to a Disco Beat Ten Ragas to a Disco Beat”. Burmanand Laxmikant-Pyarelal. Such developments eventually culminated in the work of Singh, who increased the tempo up to a ” techno wavelength” and made the sounds more minimalistic, while pairing them with “mystical, repetitive, instrumental Indian ragas” using his new equipment setup to produce a sound resembling acid house.
Singh’s use of both the TR drum machine and TB bass synthesizer has led some music journalists to suggest that it is perhaps the earliest example of acid house music; predating Phuture ‘s seminal Chicago acid house record ” Acid Tracks ” by five years. Composer, guitarist, Session musiciansongwriter.
Charanjit Singh died of cardiac arrest in his sleep during the midnight of 4 July at his home in BandraMumbai. Musicians from Mumbai Indian male classical musicians Acid house musicians House musicians Disco musicians Techno musicians deaths births 20th-century Indian musicians 20th-century male musicians.
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And I did it. He didn’t know much about the three machines at first, so he spent much time in figuring out how to use them, and eventually discovered that it was possible to synchronise the TR and TB with the Jupiter-8 keyboard. This article is about the musician.
This page was last edited on 1 Februaryat In the 21st century, Charanjit Singh gained attention for his release Synthesizing: It is an electronic rendition of the Bhopali raga.
Singh had bought his TB in Singapore soon after its introduction in late Bollywoodelectronicafilmi. Retrieved 6 July Burman Rahul Dev BurmanS.
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So I thought why not do something different using disco music only. Charanjit Singh — 5 July was an Indian musician from Mumbai, who performed as a charanji musician often as a guitarist or synthesizer player,  in numerous Bollywood soundtrack orchestras from the s to s,  working with filmi composers such as Shankar-JaikishanR.
Retrieved 2 January Ten Ragas to a Disco Beatan album of original electronic disco compositions Singh recorded inwas a commercial failure at the time of its original cjaranjit, but its re-discovery in and re-issue in early garnered attention due to its charabjit of a new style of dance music later known as the acid house genre chatanjit the late s. Retrieved 1 August Views Read Edit View history. For the hockey player, see Charanjit Singh. In parallel to the Euro disco scene at the time, the continued relevance of disco in India and the increasing reliance on synthesizers led to experiments in minimalisthigh-tempoelectronic disco, such as R.
Both the original  and  LP records and the CD  and LP  re-releases contain the following five-minute-long tracks named after ragas:. Retrieved 3 June Disco Ragas On The Road”.
And it turned out good. Plays Hit Tunes on Synthesizer of Silsila. Ten Ragas to a Disco Beat”Spin26 7p. I got an idea to play all the Indian ragas and give the beat a disco charanji — and turn off the tabla.