New Electronic Music Workshops for Jan 2015

Two full day intensive program for you to learn how to make clubbing beats and get that bass moving, then present them at our private event EML Plugin on Fri 13 Feb 2015.
This workshop series is also a free refresher for existing (paid up) members of the Electronic Music Lab – please register below.

Dates: Sat 17 Jan and 24 Jan 2015, 10am – 4.30pm
EML PLUGIN: Fri 13 Feb 2015, 7pm
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See and hear new original electronic music work in progress at EML PLUGIN

Want to see and hear new original electronic music in progress, presented by the original composers? Save the date for EML PLUGIN – Friday 13 Feb 2015 at 7pm and enjoy the process together with our members new and old. Venue: Runme Shaw Studios, NUS Centre for the Arts, Singapore.

*TO REGISTER: RSVP TO EVENT AND EMAIL US AT electronicmusiclab@gmail.com or Join at our Facebook Event Page Continue Reading →

Live Electronic Jam at CFA Studios

We had a great time jamming in the studio over the past two weeks with new members Addy (harmonica), Van (lead guitar), Si Hui (keyboards), Monica, Anderson (sharing acoustic guitar), earlier members Mitch (launchpads), Keith (melodica!), senior members Kester (iPad), Timothy (violin) and tutors Kithsa and Ben. Sorry if your name has been missed (if you were off camera), just drop in a comment Continue Reading →

Good legal sources of free samples and loops

For the next EML session we’ll be adding samples and loops into our tracks, so download the samples and loops that best suit your preferred music genre. This list will grow, we have barely scratched the surface.

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Dance / EDM

429 free upfront house percussion samples | MusicRadar
721 free electro house samples | MusicRadar
338 free house samples | MusicRadar
293 free trance Continue Reading →

60 minutes to make a new electronic music track

This weekend, new members at the NUSĀ  Electronic Music Lab had the chance to test out their new skills in making beats and basslines, when they were challenged to make a new track of electronic musicin 60 minutes! Working in Ableton Live in groups of 2 or 3, using borrowed keyboards (CME XKey, Korg NanoKeys) and Launchpads, they followed a strict schedule of making beats (15 min), bassline (15 Continue Reading →