QLD - EQUALIZE: MUSIC PRODUCTION WORKSHOPS FOR WOMEN

A full day of specialised music production at QUT Skyline Studios
Saturday 16 March, 9:30am-5pm

*Applications have closed*

EQUALIZE is designed for women and non-binary songwriter and composer members with a basic operative understanding of music production and who are keen to further build their technical skills and industry knowledge to become a producer - whether to producer their own work or the work of others. 

Presented with QUT'S Skyline Studios and QMusic, 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. 

Attendees will spend the day in small groups for genre-based studio instruction with experts in that field. The three areas of focus are:

  • Composing for the screen (film and TV)
  • Electronic/pop music production
  • Recording/producing bands in studio

Find out more about the workshops and apply via the links below. 

TO APPLY:
Select the genre workshop you would like to attend and proceed to the online application form. You can apply for multiple workshop streams, but if successful, you will need to elect one to attend. If offered a place, there is a $35 cost per participant that covers lunch, afternoon and networking refreshments. Start time is 9:30am, with workshops concluding at 5pm; attendees are invited to attend a networking drinks with approximate finish time of 7pm.

BRISBANE - 16 March
applications close 26 Feb, 11:59pm AEST - APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED
QUT Skyline Studios
WORKSHOP 1: Music Composition for Film and TV 
Presenters: Ack Kinmonth (screen composer), Thom Kellar (sound designer/mixer), Jazz D’Arcy (screen composer and songwriter), Tyler McLoughlan  (music supervisor)

WORKSHOP 2: Electronic/Pop Music Production 
Presenters: Eve Klein (electronica artist/opera singer, Ableton Certified Trainer), Tom Eggert (songwriter/producer), May Lyn (multidisciplinary artist)

WORKSHOP 3: Recording and Producing Bands in Studio
Presenters: Nell Forster (producer/engineer), with Brisbane band Requin


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