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Not to be confused with Freeform, also known as trancecore.

Electronicore (also known as trancecore, synthcore, or simply electronic hardcore) describes a stylistic fusion of post-hardcore and melodic metalcore with electronic music.

Electronicore is characterized by typical post-hardcore instrumentation, metalcore-influenced breakdowns, heavy use of sequencers and synthesizers, auto-tuned singing, and screamed vocals. The genre often features dynamic transitions from soft electronica ballads to intense metalcore passages. However, the degree to which metalcore characteristics are incorporated may vary. In addition to electronic, the fusion may involve a variety of other electronic music genres, including techno, trance, dubstep, electro, and electronic dance music.

Music Genres
Ambient   |   Blues   |   Classical Music   |   Electronic (Breakbeat, Breakcore, Chiptune, Drum and Bass, Dubstep, Eurobeat, Freeform, Gabber, Happy Hardcore, Hardcore, House, IDM, J-Core, Speedcore, Techno, Trance)
Experimental (Industrial)   |   Folk   |   Hip Hop   |   Jazz   |   Pop (Easy Listening, Electropop, J-Pop, Pop Rock)
R&B (Funk)   |   Rock (Alternative Rock, Death Metal, Hard Rock, Metal, Metalcore, Progressive Metal, Progressive Rock, Punk Rock)
Regional Music (Country, Reggae)   |   Descriptor (Non-Genres, Uncategorized)

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