To continue the calendar of events aimed at fostering a lively and diverse audio community, we are teaming up with non-profit organisation, Women in Music Sydney, to take an in-depth look at the recording process hosted at Studios 301 in early April.
How are the soundtracks of our lives recorded?
At this special event we’ll provide a rare glimpse behind the glass with studio stories, live recording demonstrations, and advice from an experienced panel.
The panel has been curated to hear from Australian songwriters, producers and engineers with varying levels of experience and backgrounds, to give insight into the recording, mixing and mastering processes. Heading the panel as moderator will be Studios 301 Studio Manager, Shelley Bishop, with guests Virginia Read (ABC Classics), Amanda Brown (Composer & musician), Antonia Gauci (Studios 301), Christina Thiers (Warner Music Australia) and Tahlia-Rose Coleman (Studios 301).
All proceeds from the evening will be going to Mudgin-Gal – a service run by Aboriginal women, for Aboriginal women. Mudgin-Gal means ‘women’s place’ and offers a safe haven and active support for women, girls and their young families.
There will be fantastic networking opportunities for all attendees, and while the focus is to hear from women in the industry, anyone and everyone is welcome to attend.
The event is at Studios 301 and doors are open at 6pm, Wednesday 10th April 2019.
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