Emma Lefley

Portfolio

Computer Music

Homeless Benefit Set
This is a set I made for a homeless benefit in Berkeley, CA. The set is made up of music I created using SuperCollider, ChucK and Ableton Live.

Noises: Chaos to Order:
Created using SuperCollider and Ableton Live. To create these compositions, I began by generating a bunch of random noise in SuperCollider and recording it. Using Ableton Live, I dissected the recorded noises and extracted sounds from the recording. I proceeded to organize the sounds into several compositions.
It is recommended to not use laptop speakers while listening to this music.

Dinga:
Created using ChucK, Ableton Live and voice recordings.

Blue Dinga Dong:
Created using ChucK, Ableton Live and voice recordings.

PsyModulation:
Experimental electronic piece generated in real-time and recorded using ChucK and SuperCollider.

One Morning:
Experimental electronic piece generated in real-time and recorded using ChucK and SuperCollider.

50 40 60:
Experimental electronic piece generated in real-time and recorded using ChucK.

Shine:
Experimental electronic piece generated in real-time and recorded using ChucK.

Blues Tonality:
Experimental electronic piece inspired by the C blues scale generated in real-time and recorded using ChucK.

Breathing Bass:
Meditative electronic piece generated in real-time and recorded using ChucK.

Humm:
Experimental electronic piece generated in real-time and recorded using ChucK.