This is the schedule for our Epic EML August and September!
Please save the dates in your calendar, and come and see us at least one (or two or three) event
Thursday – Friday
14 – 15 August
STUDENT LIFE FAIR
Thank you to Cobalt Bomb Alpha Omega (コバルト爆弾αΩ – kobaruto bakudan arufa omega), for your performance and workshop at NUS UTown on Fri 28/3! Here are photos (and video coming soon)
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Cobalt Bomb Alpha Omegaの二人の設立メンバーが彼に会うためここに来てくれて、ベンが主任講師をするElectronic Music Lab（NUSのベースに活動）でベンにコンタクトしてくれたの。一緒にNUSでイベントをオーガナイズして成功させたわ。そこで、Cobalt Bomb Alpha
Want to learn how to make your own Electronic Dance Music tracks or remixes?
Whether you like Armin, or Hardwell, or Tiesto, or Skrillex, you can learn how to make your own EDM / Trance / Electro / House / Dubstep tracks in 7 steps.
For 7 Saturdays in April and May, come to School of Music and Art (Singapore) where Ben from EML / Cosmic Armchair is teaching the annual course Electronic Music
23 Nov 13 The Mill, Singapore – EML volunteer tutor Kithsa played a complex live electronic music set on Ninendo Wiimote and Ableton Push as part of the POP LAB workshop + live show collaboration between Pop Studios DJ School and Electronic Music Lab.
A crowd gathered at The Mill (Jalan Kilang in Bukit Merah) before the kick off of the Super Zero Season techno and house music festival, to
Can electronic music ever look interesting in live shows, or are performers just checking email?
Come to the POP LAB workshop / demos on 23 and 30 Nov (part of the Super Zero festival at The Mill, Jalan Kilang) and see for yourself!
23 Nov – EML presents Kithsa: Workshop and live performance with Ableton Live, Push, Max4Live and Nintendo Wii
30 Nov – Cosmic Armchair presents TV Mania
Date: Sunday 22 September 2013
Venue: The Vault, 237 S Bridge Rd (map http://goo.gl/maps/i3Ixj)
POP Studio and Electronic Music Lab present the POP LAB workshop series
As part of the Art Market at The Vault, POP Studio DJ instructors share the Art of DJ Mixing and EML live electronic musicians demo how launchpads and alternate live controllers can be used to perform electronic music live. Contact
More heads are better than one, and this applies to creating new electronic music too. Earlier today, our new members worked together in teams of 3 or 4 to create original new pieces of music, dividing up the tracks into beats, basslines, melodies and more. We’ll continue working on the tracks during the week and show the finished tracks next Saturday!
Quote: "It’s challenging working with others
Our new members joined us at NUS Centre for the Arts Studios this morning to learn the art of Beat Making in Ableton Live 9.
Comment: "I used to just whack out stuff on my own and couldn’t get anything done, but in this session, we went through it step by step, and that is much easier"
Comment: "There are so many instruments and sounds for me to discover!"
Comment from an
Ever heard a song and had an idea for remixing it? Want to turn your own musical ideas in reality? Wonder what it takes to produce or remix electronic dance music tracks?
In this 7 week course you will learn how to get started on creating your own original electronic music tracks and remixes
Time: 3 – 5 pm on Sundays from 18 August to 29 September 2013
Venue: School of Music and Art (SOMA)
Kithsa conducting the workshop
The POP LAB Workshop on using alternate controllers to play live electronic music was conducted by our resident guru of alternate controllers, Kithsa, who stunned the crowd by playing music with his array of gadgets including the Novation Launchpad, joystick, Nintendo Wiimote (from Wii) and Microsoft XBox Kinect! The video recording of the workshop is below: