Jump-up (drum and bass)
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|Stylistic origins||Drum and bass|
|Cultural origins||United Kingdom|
|Typical instruments||Synthesizer, drum machine, sequencer, keyboard, sampler, personal computer, DAW|
Jump-up (or jump up) is a subgenre of drum and bass that first emerged in the mid-1990s. While most of Drum and bass varies from about 160bpm to 180, Jump Up tends to be faster to enhance the energetic, upbeat feel.
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