NSW - EQUALIZE: MUSIC PRODUCTION WORKSHOPS FOR WOMEN

A full day of specialised music production at Studios 301
Saturday 9 March, 9:30am-5pm
*Applications are closed*

EQUALIZE is a one-day music production skills development workshop for women and non-binary APRA AMCOS members. Taking place in conjunction with International Women's Day, EQUALIZE is an initiative created to support our commitment to improving gender parity across the membership through a variety of skills and industry development programs. 

Presented with Liveschool, Studios 301 and MusicNSW, EQUALIZE is designed for writers/producers with basic operative understanding of music production that are seeking to build technical skills and industry knowledge to become a producer. 

Attendees will spend the day in small groups for genre-based studio instruction with experts in that field. Find out more and apply via the links below. Please note, you can apply for multiple workshop streams, but if successful, you will need to elect one to attend.

  • Music Composition for Film and TV, Composer Caitlin Yeo with Julian Langdon (orchestrator) and Evan McHugh (recording engineer/mixer and music editor)
    Screen composition
  • Electronic Music Production, with Ninajirachi; Mookhi (producer/artist), Chris Arnott (producer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist)
    Electronic Music
  • Recording Bands in Studio, presenters: Antonia Gauci (engineer/mixer) and Shelley Bishop (producer/multi-instrumentalist), with Sydney band Good Pash
    Recording Bands

Applications are due WEDS 20 Feb 11:59pm AEDT. Update: Applications are CLOSED.

For further information, please contact writer@apra.com.au

EQUALIZE workshops will be taking place in Brisbane and Melbourne. More details here.


Event Info

Date
09 Mar 2019 - 09 Mar 2019

Time
9:30am-5pm

Cost
$35


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