Wave of Detroit techno quickly reached Europe, and this music became instantly diverge on European dance floors. Subsequently, it became much more popular in Europe than in the United States of America. This event is drawn to the emergence of European artists who worked in the Detroit techno, for example, Advent. But Detroit masters perceive with a small smile to the new masters of technology, probably just jealous? By 1987, in Detroit – the city of Motown and P-Funk – began to appear futuristic music styles. DJ's performed his own music in clubs. Then it was different music, but now it sounds the same.
Specialists say it is – a synthesis of American P-Funk and European synthesizer music (New Order and Kraftwerk). Proprietary ingredient of Detroit techno is 'naked' funky sound of an analog synthesizer, and, most importantly, uhayuschy, dolbyaschy rhythm. Without parties there for vocals and podpevok. However, the revolutionary thing in the Detroit techno – a layering of rhythms, almost polymorphic. While this is not a formal set of rhythms, as in African tribal drum music: Detroit techno – a very simple music and is often used instead of the third quarters. Three main hero of Detroit techno – is Juan Atkins, Kevin Saunderson and Derrick May. The last of them – a very orthodox, heroic. This musician has written, say, The Dance.
Rapid plate, the normal velocity drum besides strings and rhythmic tone line. Leading the rhythm faces other as in the Renaissance polyrhythm. Juan Atkins is still producing music, mixing it with the rhythm of the jungle.