Collaboration in electronic music

One of the unique benefits of being part of the NUS Electronic Music Lab (in Singapore) is the opportunity to collaborate with other people who share the interest in electronic music. This video shows the work in progress creating a collaborative composition based on the sounds of different types of balls bouncing, from marbles and wooden balls, ping pong balls, to volleyball and basketball.  The group sampled these different sounds into Ableton Live, processed them through Ableton Live's digital audio effects like Granular Delay, Beat Repeat etc, and arranged them into a unique, experimental piece of soundscape music.
If you're based in Singapore, and interested in collaborating with others who share your interest in electronic music, come and visit us.