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Noise music is music composed of non-traditional musical elements, and lacks the structure associated with Western Music. A noise musician may incorporate, for example, tape hiss, manipulated recordings (e.g. intentionally scratched or skipping vinyl recordings), machine noise, feedback of various sorts, non-musical vocal elements, etc.
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