The creators of this blog are members, alumni and tutors of the NUS Electronic Music Lab, a Performing Arts group based at the NUS Centre for the Arts. The Principal Tutor is Ben Ang, Ableton Certified Trainer (Singapore).
This site is NOT the official EML site; the official site is at www.nuseml.com
If you like what you see and hear, you can join our activities (NUS Students only) or invite us to perform for your events (fees managed by the NUS Centre of the Arts) or just share our music with your friends. Contact us at email@example.com or on Twitter @emusiclab or Instagram @emusiclab
What EML does
- Create original electronic music
- Remix tracks
- Learn and use sound engineering and production techniques
- Play on campus and beyond (Esplanade in Singapore, City Arts Festival in Hong Kong)
- Play live in electronic music groups
- New friends who share the same interest in electronic music
- Professional electronic musicians, DJs and producers in the scene
What is Electronic Music?
Music that is created to sound electronic - "includes many varieties and ranges from experimental art music to popular forms such as electronic dance music." (Wikipedia - see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_music)
Includes music concrete, electroacoustic music, acousmatic music, trance, house, electro, dubstep, drum and bass, breaks, hip hop, trip hop, ambient, industrial, EBM, and more.
What you can do with EML
For NUS Students
- Produce electronic music
- Perform electronic music
- Meet electronic musicians
- Come for our Saturday sessions at CFA Studios in NUS
If you want to learn how to make electronic music, but are not an NUS Student, contact Ben Ang - Ableton Certified Trainer (Singapore) - to find out where you can take lessons in music production in Ableton Live.