Australia’s Music Production For Women Announce Online ‘Music Tech Summit’

It runs between the 15th and 16th of October for female and non-gender conforming musicians.

Music Production for Women is a social enterprise based in Melbourne, Australia and it recently announced a free-to-attend Music Tech Summit.

The two-day event will be run exclusively for female and non-gender conforming musicians and will take place online between the 15th and 16th of October.

Although the organisers are based in Melbourne, the event will take place online so those from all around the world can attend. There will also be networking sessions for like-minded people to connect and find others with complementary skills.

Some of the people running sessions include the likes of ARIA nominated, Becki Whitton, Sydney-based up-and-comer Charlotte Adelle, Berklee College of Music Fellow, Marcela Rada and Music Production for Women’s award-winning founder and CEO, Xylo Aria.

This event follows a similar format event that Music Production for Women ran in January 2022 and that attracted over 1,600 registrants from over 120 countries. One attendee described it as a “break through point for me, as I always wanted to get involved into music production and this day (was) so important for me!”.

Workshops will run from 9 AM to 3 PM and cover a variety of topics including the basics of music production, sound design and mixing, music marketing, PR and signwriting workflow. The goal of the Music Tech Summit is to give a grassroots starting point for anyone looking to enter the music industry.

Talking about the Music Tech Summit, its founder, Xylo Aria said: “I’m hoping we can inspire any attendees who may have wanted to produce but felt intimidated by it, to take their first steps in the field”, she continued. “I know having an event like this available when I first started would have made production feel a lot more accessible to me!”.

Those wishing to attend the online and free event can register for tickets HERE.

H/T: Beat


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