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Korg Modwave Wavetable Synthesiser wavetable synthesiser. Notes: Synthesis powerhouse with distinctive wavetable timbres, Kaoss Physics, and Motion Sequencing 2. InKorg's DW combined digital wavetables with rich analog filters to give users sounds which were impossible to create with analog oscillators.
It's still a cult favorite today. Motion Sequencing 2. Like Wave Sequencing 2. To start, there are hundreds of preset sounds empowered by this new architecture, organized by front-panel category buttons, and all instantly customizable via the four Modulation Knobs. Those who want to dig deeper will find an endless source of discovery; you'll be finding new things in this synth for a long, long time. Save as many new sounds as you like; there's room for thousands more. Start with over wavetables, each containing up to 64 waveforms- from thousands of individual waves.
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Notes: It's time to play and have fun First impressions stay with us. If it's an instrument, the sound of that instrument continues to reverberate in our hearts and minds even when we become adults. Just because something is called a toy piano, doesn't mean it has to sound like a toy.
If the instrument has correct pitch and accurate tone, a child who plays with the instrument will look forward to better instruments as they grow older. Music Protection. Drones are also used in Doom Metal, where the bass line remains unchanged for several minutes while sometimes lacking any tempo for instance, Earth and Sunn O.
The style consists predominantly of instrumental remixes of existing recordings and is achieved by significantly manipulating and reshaping the recordings, usually through the removal of vocals, emphasis of the rhythm section the stripped-down drum-and-bass trackthe application of studio effects such as echo and reverb, and the occasional dubbing of vocal or instrumental snippets from the original version or other works.
It was an early form of popular electronic music. Usually characterized by a deep, repetitive bass line with minimal percussion and deep synth stabs. Dubstep 50, Releases Dubstep is a genre of electronic dance music that originated in South London, England, that generally features syncopated drum and percussion patterns with bass lines that contain prominent sub bass frequencies.
The tempo is usually around BPM and the snare will hit down on the third beat, this makes dubstep easily mixed with 70 or BPM tunes.
It emerged in the late s as a development within a lineage of related styles such as 2-step garage, broken beat, drum and bass, jungle, dub and reggae. In the UK the origins of the genre can be traced back to the growth of the Jamaican sound system party scene in the early s. Dungeon Synth 7, Releases Dungeon synth also known as fantasy music is an Ambient genre that emerged in the early s, stylistically related to orchestral Soundtracks, particularly Film Score music.
Synthesizers and keyboards are the primary instruments of choice, with vocals, samples and acoustic instruments also frequently used. Pioneered by artists such as Mortiis, Burzum and Pazuzu, the intention of dungeon synth is generally to evoke settings of fantasy and adventure, drawing inspiration from European mythology, fantasy writers such as J. Tolkien, fairy tales, as well as role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons.
Dark Ambient music, Western Classical Music and Darkwave are often cited as influences for the mood and atmosphere of dungeon synth. The style is also used in the soundtracks of some Video Game Music with medieval or dungeon-based settings, often being blended with Bit Music. EBM 35, Releases Electronic body music EBM is a genre of electronic music that combines elements of industrial music and synth-punk with elements of disco and dance music.
It developed in the early s in Germany and Belgium and came to prominence in Belgium at the end of the decade. EBM was generally considered a part of the European new wave and post-punk movement and the first style that blended synthesized sounds with an ecstatic style of dancing e.
In the second half of the s, a youth-cultural scene emerged from EBM whose followers describe themselves as EBM-heads or in North America as rivetheads. In contrast to typical hip-hop approach of mining funky beats and warm basslines from old vinyl and emphasizing a rap vocal, the Electro vibe is more about producing new, cold, heavily synthetic-sounding beats and minimal basslines, with chanted vocals, extended instrumental passages, and minor-key lead synth themes.
The term or prefix Electro is also applied to synth-pop and industrial dance music with little or no hip-hop connection, but which just incorporated similarly styled beat patterns, instrumentation, and overall feel. As with Electroclash and in contrast with pure Electro, Electro-House is often dominated by lead synths or samples which use distortion as a characteristic effect; examples include some of the music of Justice or Kavinsky.
If in doubt which genre applies, ask in the Database Forum. During one of the major updates of the Discogs back end, Electronic genre releases with no style tag were given the tag Electro automatically. This resulted in many releases being tagged as Electro in error. Electro House 52, Releases Electro house is a music genre characterized by heavy bass and a tempo around beats per minute. Its origins were influenced by tech house and electro. Electro-house is typified by its heavy bass.
This is often in the form of buzzing basslines, such as those created with sawtooth waves and distortion. It is also often in the form of large bass drum sounds in a four-on-the-floor pattern.
The tempo of electro house is usually between and beats per minute. Electro house sometimes resembles tech house, but it can contain melodic elements and electro-influenced samples and synths. Towards the middle of the s, elements of the sound became popular in mainstream music with artists such as Madonna and Kylie Minogue releasing material with an electroclash sound. Euro HouseReleases Euro House emerged in the late s as a style of vocal House music from the European continent.
The style originated in songs with strong influences from Dance-pop on a House music background. Euro-Disco 9, Releases Euro-disco generally refers to disco-pop songs that have a strong influence from Italo-disco yet do not originate from Italy. The term suggests a relation to Europe as a whole, although most songs belonging to this genre are overwhelmingly German productions Just like Italo-disco, it includes mixing electronic sounds and disco rhythms together with a strong synth prominence to create a bittersweet tune accompanied by vocals which are often contemporary-themed.
Eurodance 26, Releases Popular in nightclubs during the s, particularly in Europe. Very formulaic, Eurodance makes heavy use of synthesizers: strong basslines, pounding beats, with a set tempo anywhere between 90 and beats per minute, but usually in the range. A typical song will have male rappers sing the verses and female singers perform the chorus, but variations are not rare. Eurodance was at its peak from to the early s, with acts such as Snap! A bulk of the production of the era was made in Italy and Germany.
Entering the s, the style changed drastically and branched out to be associated with new subgenres, including Italodance and Hands Up, while sometimes still being called Eurodance. ExperimentalReleases Experimental music consciously deviates from established musical norms of a particular genre, or of music in general. Music of almost any genre can be considered experimental — but the term is most associated with the more abstract and challenging strains of electronic music, jazz, and the modernist avant-garde of the midth century.
Experimental music might explore new compositional techniques e. Also featured heavy use of Latino instruments in the rhythm track e. Other common characteristic is the groove flow that feels quite similar to locally-popular dangdut music, also originated from Indonesia. Tommy Fans particularly was the most advanced thinking and professional equiped music creator in Indonesia at that time. Many yet-to-become future producers looked up to these early legends as their inspirations and also tutors.
These remix method proved to be very well received by most Indonesian partygoers at the time due to its culturally familiar sound result. This modification extended over time from partial to eventually entire song utilizised various sampled materials from many classic hits such as percussion loop, instrumentals and voice phrases makes it a new unique bootleg genre.
Because general club tracks in early s have a universal tempo range around BPM — BPM means almost every song existed technically could be remixed to a club track. The genre itself keep changing forms and adapt many new music trends from all over the world, with its leading pioneer Jockie Saputra became its first main developer with his iconic pumping percussion sound and fat bassline style.
In their hands the genre reached its peak popularity and creative performance. Unfortunately until then this genre had not yet recognized outside Indonesia mainly due to poor management and lack of proper promotion skills of the producers. In most cases many independent individuals self-published their own tracks or remixes, even the ones officially published by record label were not distributed or promoted very well.
Resulting in degrading production quality and image. Lately due to the extensive efforts of well designed promotion and constructive interactions between some Indonesian Funkot pioneers and other producers worldwide the genre already started to recognized by several small community groups in related countries such as Japan, India, US, Myanmar etc, and so far it generally received positive responses.
Ironically while it seems to start blossom in some countries it actually begin to lost significant popularity in its own birthplace Indonesia. The main cause beside introduction of new fresh genre is funkot considered dated right now by most Indonesians after aired for more than 10 years whilst in other countries it is still a fresh and exciting new stuff. Some producers from other countries are even already active producing their own version of Funkot.
The light may already started to dim at home but the story is just about to begin in other places. For those creative minds everywhere the limit of what this genre can do is endless. As for the ones who from the very beginning dedicated their career for decades to developing and bring this genre till this point, it sure will always has a special place in their hearts. Future Jazz 28, Releases Arising in the second half of the s and also called nu jazz, Future Jazz is higher tempo, less funky, and less live performance-oriented than acid jazz.
It has stronger influences of Brazilian and Latin jazz styles, although it rarely uses horns. Gabber 24, Releases Style of hardcore born in Rotterdam the Netherlands in the early 90s as a counter-reaction towards the house scene of Amsterdam with its luxurious clubs and snobby clubgoers. Sometimes the music and its culture are linked to soccer hooliganism and the extreme right movement, and not completely without a reason, for these subcultures do possess similar characteristic elements.
Also known and referred to as gabba, hardcore or gabberhouse. With such a bass drum, an additional or a separate bassline is seldom used. Almost as important to a gabber song is the wet-reverberated clap accompanied with a snare drum and open hi-hat. These aforementioned sounds can be played in between the kick drums, as well. It is common in gabber music to play the vocal samples, synths and drum loops on two different octaves.
All these things contribute to the drive, dynamics and the hefty, bouncing rhythm of this style. The BPM-range varies from to In the heyday of gabber music — the leading trend was a tempo of — BPM.
The Dutch sound turned into something much darker, sinister and less melodic. German gabber, on the other hand, had always been from the darker and less happy side. Garage House 38, Releases While classic Chicago house music has a very strong funk influence, Garage House music is heavily influenced by soul music. This style was popular in the early s, up to and including around In the European record shops, it was one the first style available on the market due to the better distribution from New-Yorker labels as Nervous Records or Strictly Rhythm on the club circuit.
A good Chicago answer was held by Cajmere on his label Cajual Records. Its sound combines elements of the ghetto house style of Chicago with electro, Detroit techno, Miami bass, and UK garage.
It is often faster than other dance music styles, and utilizes repetitive, gritty vocals along with fast-paced mixing and turntablism. Glitch 24, Releases An electronic music style taking advantage of the characteristics of glitchy electronics or other components used in a process to make sound.
Examples include; CD drive hum, Skipping records, etc. Glitch Hop Releases Glitch hop is a style of electronic music that combines Can U Feel The Bass (Andy Farley Remix) mid-tempo beats and rhythms of hip hop with the heavily processed electronic sounds and intentional use of unintended malfunctioning or abused audio sounds of glitch.
Glitch hop spiked in popularity in the mids as the style became more influenced by mainstream electronic dance music and has since been declining in popularity as most artists have moved on to other styles. In the beginning the terms Goa and Psychedelic became intermingled, with the full term being Psychedelic Goa Trance, later as the sound progressed after the term Goa was used only in reference of the old pre sound and releases.
Psychedelic Trance along with its sub genres was what inherited the continuity of the Goa term. Goa Trance is played in tempo around bpm. This kind of Trance is hypnotic, with pulsing melodies, floating basslines and use a lot of Mid-Asiatic musical phrasing. Most of the technology used was popular analogue synthesizers. Grime 14, Releases Grime is a genre of electronic dance music that emerged in London in the early s.
It developed out of earlier UK electronic music styles, including UK garage and jungle, and draws influence from dancehall, ragga, and hip hop. The style is typified by rapid, syncopated breakbeats, generally around bpm, and often features an aggressive or jagged electronic sound. Rapping is also a significant element of the style, and lyrics often revolve around gritty depictions of urban life.
The style initially spread among pirate radio stations such as Rinse FM and underground scenes before achieving some mainstream recognition in the UK during the mids through artists such as Dizzee Rascal, Kano, Lethal Bizzle, and Wiley.
In the mids, grime began to receive popular attention in Australia. In its original incarnation, it was characterized by strong bass drums, pitch shifted vocals and s disco like synths. Nowadays postHands Up is a thriving genre Can U Feel The Bass (Andy Farley Remix) many artists and record labels. It is today considered an alternative form of hardstyle. In the UK, the genre emerges in the early s and is originally characterized by breakbeat sound samples and variants of other musical styles such as hip hop and italohouse.
Inhappy hardcore reaches its peak of popularity in mainly British and Dutch markets through the growth in sales of music compilations like Bonkers UK, the Dutch Thunderdome and Happy 2b Hardcore in Canada, as well as the fact that many singles of the genre appear in international music charts.
In the early s however, it revives partially in the form of a new related genus reworked named UK hardcore, mainly directed towards the euphoric trance. Typically has a fast tempo around BPM. The later tracks would often have lengthy intro and outro drum and percussion for DJ mixing. The style started to spread across to the straight scene from the early s with club nights such as Tidy, Sundissential and Storm.
Hard Techno 6, Releases At the end of the s, fueled by the Schranz movement, a new, extremely hard style of Techno became popular, which is now generally referred to as Hardtechno. This style runs at very high bpm, usually or more and features heavy distortion and prominent kickdrum.
Not to get confused with Dark Techno. Many affluent mainstream Techno listeners often regard the darker variant of it as being called Hard Techno. Hard Trance 66, Releases Hard Trance falls into two distinct periods, but both have their birthplace in Germany.
This new style brought the tempo down into the bpm range, and focused more on Euphoric Trance in construction. Originated and popular in Germany, Belgium and Holland. Also favoured and prominent since the early days in UK and US. Developed from the sounds of acid, techno, house and hardcore breakbeat of which more later. In Belgium the style of new beat should be mentioned as precedent to techno.
Later faster variation of techno was being produced in Belgium which eventually led to hardcore and gabber over there. Hardcore can be fairly minimal and refined consisting of synthetic pad sounds, a Roland TB acid line, drum pattern Roland TR or TR, for example and sampled vocal sounds. The beat from the drum machine is similar to any other harder variety of electronica: open and closed hi-hats, snare, clap, ride cymbal and cymbal at the beginning of a pattern and on the fills at the end.
Usually used in a way that gives the style its distinctive frenzy and hardness, and making the hectic beat sound even faster than it actually is. All the drum sounds can be also heavily reverberated, echoed, flangered or being filtered up and down on the breakdowns or throughout the entire song.
Distortion is extremely often used especially on the kick drum making it a highly distinguishable feature of the style. Compared to gabber, hardcore tends to be a bit slower but the tracks are executed in a more complex way sound- and structurewise. The BPM-count may be lower but the overall atmosphere of a song is darker and harder-edge. Hard techno and industrial hardcore are two other styles akin. The kick drum can be hard, sharp and technolike or harsh, distorted and raw.
It can be echoed or reverbed to give it a full, pumping character that moves the track forward. The distortion can also be used in the same manner as in jumpstyle, gabber, hard trance or US hard house: making the bass drum low and booming but not turning the waveform jaded or jagged; maintaining certain roundness and softness to it. The tempo is within — BPM. Emerged in the UK in the early 90s.
Lots of pitched-up rap vocal samples and drumloops, hoovers, stabs, pianos and chords used. Heavy on bass; sub-bass sounds used. BPM: — While early hardcore punk was extremely tied to punk rock, the genre developed into a more aggressive and of shorter songs. Canadian Band D. Hardstyle 32, Releases Hardstyle is an electronic dance genre mixing influences from hard trance and hardcore.
Hardstyle typically consists of a deep, hard-sounding kick drum, intense faded or reversed basslines accompanying the beat, a dissonant synth melody, and detuned and distorted sounds.
Many hardcore artists produce hardstyle tracks as well, and many newer Hardstyle tracks are written in compound time for example older Headhunterz and Noisecontrollers work. HNW is distinct in the fact that the music consists of unchanging walls of sound that can go on for extremely long periods of time.
Many artists opt to distort and process white noise for their recordings, but other source material can be used. Despite the name, HNW is not always harsh and can also have a gentler sound or entirely consist of pops and clicks.
It evolved from disco, preserving the four-on-the-floor kick drum and emphasizing strong melodies and simple octave bass lines, but also having a harder, more rock-like sound, with pop vocals and snare hits on the 2s and 4s. This coincided with an increasing influence of house music, like the use of longer, more repetitive bass lines and open hi-hat sounds on the off beat. The peak was followed by a very rapid decline as house music and Eurodance overtook the club scene in Hip Hop 52, Releases Hip hop music, also called hip-hop, rap music, or hip-hop music, is a music genre consisting of a stylized rhythmic music that commonly accompanies rapping, a rhythmic and rhyming speech that is chanted.
Other elements include sampling or synthesisand beatboxing. The term hip hop music is sometimes used synonymously with the term rap music, though rapping is not a required component of hip hop music; the genre may also incorporate other elements of hip hop culture, including DJing and scratching, beatboxing, and instrumental tracks.
Hip-House 13, Releases House music with a hip-hop influence. Vocals are usually rapped over a house beat. The actual hip-house scene was almost exclusively a Chicago phenomenon which started on wax in and had run its course by the end of It was created by house music producers, and featured a fast, syncopated rapping flow.
On Discogs, the Hip-House tag tends to be applied to any combination of rap vocals with house music, thus it includes all of these variations from to the present day. House music, as a genre of electronic dance music, originated in Chicago in the mid s. In the mid-to-late s, house music became popular in Europe, and then other major cities in North America, South America, and Australia.
Since the early to mids, house music has been infused in mainstream pop and dance music worldwide. The term IDM is now used almost exclusively in its acronym form, as the actual meaning came to be interpreted as implying that other styles of dance music are not intelligent.
Illbient 4, Releases Illbient is characterized by dub-wise layering of soundscapes, hip hop-influenced use of samples, and a progressive approach to beat programming that encompasses all genres of world groove and electronic music.
It can be thought of as the dark, industrial, and often abstract, experimental side of the Downtempo genre. IndustrialReleases Industrial music is a genre of experimental music that emerged in the mids. Its basic components are semi-acoustic and include the use of electronic instruments as well as unusual objects such as metal rods and pipes, and rigged power tools.
Traditional instruments are sometimes used, but usually in non-traditional ways. Vocals, if present, tend to be either disaffected or angry. Lyrical content tends to embody dark themes, as well as protest, tension, uncertainty, and the like. As with many alternative styles, it generally eschews pop melodies, virtuosic solos, and romantic themes.
Demi Lovatosinger and actor, describes themself as sexually fluid and pansexual. They came out as non-binary in She stated in that she was openly bisexual and later on in claimed that she was lucky to live in a liberal country. Came out as gay in after years of speculation. Melanie Martineza singer known for first appearing on the third season of The Voicecame out as bisexual in June Freddie MercuryBritish Parsi lead singer of Queenknown for his flamboyant stage persona, was acknowledged as being bisexual.
Morrisseyformer frontman of The Smiths and now solo artist, considers himself as 'humasexual' functionally pansexual. MtHtransgender female member of SiIvaGunner who also has her own music. Ataru Nakamuraa Japanese singer-songwriter and actress. She came out as a transgender woman on her official website on 11 September Klaus NomiGerman singer and artist, was gay.
She has stated in the past that she was a lesbian who had been dating men as she was uncomfortable being 'out' in Inshe stated in an interview that most of her relationships had been with men but she'd had relationships with women too. Rita Orasinger and actress, came out as bisexual in John Ottmancomposer and editor is gay.
Owen Palletta gay Baroque Pop artist. Amanda Palmerbisexual American singer. Peachesbisexual Canadian electroclash musician. Orville Pecka gay country musician. Perfume Geniusan American Baroque Pop artist, is gay. Kim Petrasa German singer and transgender woman. Cole Porteran American composer and songwriter, was gay. Though he was married to socialite Linda Lee Thomas, it was mostly so that Porter could hide his homosexuality though they did care about each other.
Queen Latifahrapper, singer, and actor has long been rumored to a lesbian and she herself has alluded to this cheekily on occasionofficially thanked her female partner onstage at the BET Awards in Lou ReedAmerican singer-songwriter, known for his work as part of the pioneering rock band the Velvet Underground and his solo career, was bisexual.
Bebe RexhaAmerican-Albanian pop singer, has described her sexuality as fluid. La Rouxreal name Elly Jackson, came out as gay in Musicians and Singers S-Z. Rina SawayamaJapanese-British Singer-Songwriter who identified as both bisexual and pansexual inthough she later stated that she identifies as pansexual over bisexual. SiaAustralian singer-songwriter, is queer.
She describes herself as liking any gender. Troye Sivangay South African-born Australian musician and actor. Snow Tha Productrapper and actress, is bisexual, and married to actress Julissa.
Sophiea Scottish trans female electronic music producer and musician. Came out as lesbian when she was 14 years old. Dusty Springfieldbisexual British soul singer who came out in a interview, although her sexuality was not widely publicly known until after her death.
The StupendiumLondon-based nerdcore musician, artist, and YouTuber, publicly came out as pansexual on May 24, VincentAmerican indie singer who has dated both men and women and is open to dating any gender but has refused to label herself.
Moses Sumney. A Ghanian-American experimental musician who is aromantic. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovskygay Russian composer of the Romantic era, considered by many to be one of the greatest composers in history.
Yves Tumora non-binary gay musician known for experimental electronic music. Utada HikaruJapanese-American singer-songwriter, came out as nonbinary in Luther Vandrossinfluential Soul singer throughout the '80s and '90s. Never came out as gay during his lifetime; his close friends Bruce Vilanch and Patti LaBelle confirmed that he was in the closet his entire life.
Vektroidelectronic musician and vaporwave pioneer, is a transgender woman. Jack VidgenAustralian singer and media personality, came out publicly as gay in Pabllo VittarBrazilian drag queen and pop singer. Rufus Wainwrightgay American-Canadian singer-songwriter. Patrick WolfBritish singer-songwriter who has stated himself to be bisexual. Chely WrightAmerican country music singer notable for being one of the very few who is openly a lesbian.
Xerokinaan X-gender singer. Kyonosuke Yoshitatea Japanese singer and the voice provider of Nekomura Iroha. He came out as a transgender man in He came out publicly as gay in Jake ZyrusFilipino pop singer and actor known for his song "Pyramid" and playing Sunshine Corazon on Gleecame out as a lesbian inthen as a transgender man in Against Me!
Of particular note is their album Transgender Dysphoria Blueswhich encapsulates the feeling of being transgender specifically, a trans Can U Feel The Bass (Andy Farley Remix) and the problems that come with it. Antony and the Johnsons : Former lead singer Anohni, now a solo singer-songwriter, is a trans woman. Bloc Party : Lead singer and rhythm guitarist Kele Okereke is gay. Blue : Duncan James came out as bisexual in and as gay in Lee Ryan also said that he dated men and women.
Boyzone : The late Stephen Gately was gay. Brothers Osborne : Lead singer T. Osborne came out as gay in Buzzcocks : Frontman Pete Shelley was bisexual. Car Seat Headrest : While frontman Will Toledo has not publicly specified an exact label, he has been candid about having same-sex relationships and attraction in both interviews and his lyrics.
Climbing Poe Tree : A sociopolitical rap duo who've performed songs about loving women. Cognitive : Bassist Tyler Capone-Vitale is openly bisexual. Creeping Death: Vocalist Reese Alavi is genderfluid. Culture Club : The aforementioned lead singer, Boy George, is openly gay. At the time of the band's popularity, he was in a secret relationship with the drummer, Jon Moss. A lot of the band's songs were written about this relationship.
Dead or Alive : Frontman Pete Burns was married to a woman and in a civil partnership with a man during his lifetime. However, he never identified as a specific sexuality.
Deerhunter : Lead singer and guitarist Bradford Cox is asexual. Also founded indie-pop band Imperial Teen, which counts the gay Will Schwartz among its members. Fifth Harmony : Member Lauren Jauregui is bisexual. Frankie Goes to Hollywood : Frontman and lead vocalist Holly Johnson and backing vocalist, dancer and occasional keyboardist Paul Rutherford are both gay. Goldfrapp : Frontwoman Alison Goldfrapp began dating a woman, Lisa Gunning, inhaving only been romantically involved with men beforehand.
She has refused to label her sexuality; "I don't think [sexuality] can or should be pigeonholed. I've thought about this since I was a teenager. I've always found it claustrophobic to think about having to put things into categories like that. My sexuality is the same as my music and my life. Why does it need a label? Video Game Creators. Nicky Casebisexual and genderqueer indie web game developer and writer. David Gaiderformer writer and game designer at BioWareis gay.
Katie Nelsonnonbinary aroace who's a 3D character and environment artist, and the director and lead developer of Billie Bust-Up. Kitty Horrorshowindie horror developer, queer trans woman. Christine Lovelesbian, indie visual novel creator. Alina Morganco-host of Song vs. Songis trans and bisexual. Web Animation. Emperor Tigerstarknown for making time lapses of historical maps, came out as bisexual in Katzun came out as bisexual inthen lesbian the same year.
In they came out as non-binary and pansexual, then as a non-binary lesbian in Phoenix Animations : Sean Phoenix is transgender. WowRightMeowWelsh animator who is non-binary and pansexual, specialises in storytime animations and short content. Xploshitrans woman animator and composer known for her surreal videos. Ash Barnes : Lesbian writer who co-creates Sister Claire with her wife. Taylor Ccreator of Monsterkindis a gay trans man. Chlovequeer non-binary creator of Go Get a Roomie!
Joey Comeauqueer, writer of A Softer World. Mari Costacreator of Peritale and other comics, is a lesbian. Victoria Grace Elliottcreator of Balderdash! Pseudonym Jonestrans woman creator of the webcomic Fanlee And Spatzle.
Hajime Karatachithe asexual agender creator of the autobiographical webcomic Moratorium On My Gender. Julia Kayetrans woman, creator of the autobiographical comic Up And Out.
Sophie Labelletrans woman, creator of Assigned Malea comic about an year-old trans girl discovering and embracing her gender. Aliza Laynecreator of Demon Streetis a lesbian. Zack Morrisoncreator of Paranaturalis non-binary. Jennifer Diane Reitztrans woman, creator of Unicorn Jelly and other webcomics with queer and trans themes. Ariel Riescreator of Witchyis queer.
Taylor Robincreator of Never Satisfiedis a queer trans man. Ellipsis Stephenscreator of Goblinscame out as a trans woman in Married to Wafuko. Mallorie Jessica Udischasa trans woman and the author of the autobiographical comic Manic Pixie Nightmare Girls which occasionally deals with her experiences and difficulties with being transgender. Other web creators. Syera Miktayeeowner and main writer for the writing and roleplaying advice website Springholeis nonbinary.
Web Video Creators A-E. Anna AkanaAsian-American actress and filmmaker known for her YouTube channel, came out as bisexual in Beatrice The Golden Witchpreviously known as "Digibrony", then Can U Feel The Bass (Andy Farley Remix), and later "Digi-nee", came out as a trans woman in Magdalen BernsBritish lesbian radical feminist and YouTuber.
Rob Boor, creator of Cinematic Venomcame out as bisexual in April Brutalmoosereal name Ian MacLeod, mentioned in a blog post that he was gay. Was a former video game reviewer, but has since branched out to other topics.
Xaria Byron aka Diamanda Hagan, lesbian reviewer and podcaster. Is married to The Omega. Jacob Hope Chapmanknown as JesuOtaku, is a Anime video reviewer who came out as a trans man in James Charlesan American YouTube creator and make-up artist who is openly gay.
Paul Charlesthe "Gay Comic Geek", is a comic book geek who happens to be gay and geek culture critic. Johnny Chiodiniformerly of Eurogamer and Dicebreaker and best known as Dungeon Master for Outside Xbox 's Oxventure series, identifies as nonbinary as of Cicabeot1Let's Player and music reviewer who came out as transgender in Mr Clempspansexual YouTuber and Twitch streamer that usually talks about games and anime. Lucas Cruikshanka YouTuber known for his hyperactive "Fred Figglehorn" character, came out as gay in Came out as a trans woman in DaThings 's Ellen Thomas came out as a trans woman in Shane Dawsona YouTube comedian and personality, came out as bisexual in Zoe Delahunty-Light, video producer for Eurogamer with her own streaming community, is openly bisexual.
Nikita Dragunan American YouTube personality, make-up artist and model. She came out as transgender in She is well-known for her make-up line, Dragun Beauty. DurendalFrench web video creator who talks about movies, is openly gay. Web Video Creators F-K. Maggie Mae Fishqueer video essayist about films and media. LittleKuribohbisexual content creator known for creating Yu-Gi-Oh! The Abridged Series.
Geek RemixMari and Stacy, two queer women who do video game reviews, theory videos and Lets Plays. Genderpunksapa nonbinary YouTuber who mostly focuses on trans issues. Gigi Gorgeousa Canadian YouTube creator, model and actress. She came out as transgender in and now identifies as a pansexual woman. Joey Graceffaa YouTube comedian and personality, came out as gay in Todrick Halla singer, dancer, choreographer and director known for his elaborate YouTube music videos is gay.
Elisa Hansen is an author and video essayist best known for her Vampire Reviews, many of which discuss feminist and queer issues. She is a biromantic asexual. Heea Japanese YouTuber, came out as gay on October 5, Ally Hillslesbian commentary YouTuber.
Dan Howella YouTuber who came out as gay in Iron Liz revealed on LordKaT's livestream podcast that she was assigned male at birth, and identified as a trans woman most of her life. Since she finished transitioning inshe no longer uses the label. Adam Johnstonmovie reviewer best known for YourMovieSucks. KaiserNekoone of the founders of Team Four Star came out gay to his parents at the age of Discography Production discography Awards and nominations.
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