MUSIC PRODUCTION FOR WOMEN

Music Production 
for Women Presents...
WOMEN IN MUSIC TECH SUMMIT
Date: 15 + 16 Oct
Time: 9am to 3pm AEDT
Location: Zoom
LIVE & ONLINE
Want to supercharge your 
artist career?
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Music Production for Women Presents...
Women in Music Tech Summit
Date: 15 + 16 Oct (Aus)
Time: 9am to 3pm AEDT
Location: Zoom
LIVE & ONLINE
Want to supercharge your 
artist career?

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Are you a Musician or Artist that's:
  • Wanting to learn to produce but not sure exactly where to start or finds it a little intimidating?
  • Ready to take charge of your music without relying on others?
  • Committed to learning the skills you need to succeed as an independent artist?
  • Wanting to build your confidence in a positive community of like-minded artists and mentors?
  • Keen to create music that sounds professional and of high quality?
  • Ready to nurture your abilities so you're putting out your best music?
If you’ve answered YES to any of these questions, you’re going to “take action” because this event will most certainly change how you approach your musical career forever.
Introducing Master Your Music 
Introducing The Women in Music Tech Summit
They journey of an independent artist can often be a lonely one in which it is difficult to know exactly how to move forward to give your music the best chance of success. During these times it can feel like you're working hard doing something you love but not moving any further towards your audience or your goals.

This is why the team at MPW have put together this 2-day event full of masterclasses and networking opportunities so that you can begin to build the music career of your dreams. Whether you're looking to learn how to produce, improve your vocal production, or build your fanbase as an artist, we have a range of teachers covering all of these topics and more.

So, if you are ready to create the music of your dreams in a supportive community and find your audience, then take action now.
By attending The Women in Music Tech Summit you will learn:
  • How to create a targeted plan for your music over the next year
  • Ways to build your fanbase through social media platforms
  • How to produce great tracks without spending lots of money on samples & plugins
  • Tips for recording high quality vocals at home
  • Different mixing techniques and when to use them
  • How to get your music on to playlists on streaming platforms
  • All about the vocal production process and how to make your vocals stand out in your track
  • How to create and track your goals to reach them more often
  • Sound design techniques to tap into your creativity while you're producing
  • And this is just a sample of the many things you’ll learn – in just one day!

A Successfull Vision for 2022

You will learn topics on how to get the best vocal performance out of yourself and how to communicate these ideas to others

Producing a track with 1 Sample

You'll learn how comping is used in commercial tracks today and how to treat/edit vocal stems

 5 ways to get more plays

You'll learn about how vocal arrangement and vocal layering can compliment a track and bring a song to life
About Music Production for Women
Music Production for Women was started with the hope to encourage and empower more women in the field of music production and technology, areas in which women are currently heavily under-represented.

Our aim is to give female musicians the skills necessary to take on the music industry with confidence and to help and guide them through every step of the process through providing education, community support, visible role models and encouragement.

In the last 3 years MPW has delivered classes to thousands of students across numerous countries across the globe.

Although our aim is to improve gender diversity in music, our classes are open to everyone to attend.
The Master Your Music team:
Meet Xylo Aria
Meet Xylo Aria
Your expert teacher for this one day Master Your Music event is none other than Xylo Aria, music producer and award winning founder of Music Production for women.

Xylo built MPW reflecting on her own experiences as a female artist. She was determined to create a platform to benefit other women taking their music career into their own hands, which she wished existed for her when she started.

Since starting MPW, Xylo has been named a Top 50 East London Innovator, been included on the SheSaidSo Alt 100 Power List and partnered with numerous global brands on projects and events including Distrokid, Focusrite, Ableton, Abbey Road Studios and many more. She also co-produced a mini-documentary on a woman's first steps into Music Production which has been featured un numerous publications across, Australia, Europe and the US.
And the rest of the Teachers

Neenah

Neenah is a multi-platinum mixing engineer from Amsterdam, NL. Her voice and production has been linked to some of the biggest names in hip-hop music for over a decade. Neenah was also the first female producer to win the Battle of the Beatmakers in Toronto, CA. 
 

Ramera Abraham

Ramera is a London-based vocal producer, engineer, songwriter, and artist who has had the pleasure of working with artists like Adele, Jess Glynne, Anne-Marie, RAYE, Stormzy, Sam Fender, and most recently mix assisted Nick Cave's album, Carnage, and assisted Little Mix's sixth studio album, Confetti. 

Lillian Frances

Lillian Frances is a sonic collager hailing from Northern California. Some of her artistic highlights include opening for Sylvan Esso, playing festivals up and down California, and singing alongside Shakey Graves. She believes making music should be fun, easy, and empowering.

Marcela Rada

Having worked as a recording, mixing, and mastering engineer across many genres for nearly a decade, Marcela Rada has engineered on projects at prestigious studios including Abbey Road and AIR Studios in London, as well as speaking on the topic of recording at several international conferences. She currently a professor at the University of Lethbridge and is very passionate about empowering beginners in the music tech space.

Seids

Seids is a producer, songwriter and vocalist out of Las Vegas, who has gained huge popularity on Youtube, Instagram, and TikTok with her beginner-friendly music production tutorials. Seids studied Vocal Performance at the prestigious Berklee College of Music and aside from her work as an artist, producer and vocalist, SEIDS also teaches classes about social media and home studio music recording.

Becki Whitton

Becki Whitton is an engineer, songwriter and producer working out of Melbourne’s Rolling Stock Recording Rooms. She has received ARIA and AWMA nominations for her sound work and she has worked across a range of genres from pop and hip hop, such as Allday and Memphis LK, to ambient and experimental music including Brambles and Rainbow Chan. Her solo project, Aphir, has been hailed as part of ‘Australia’s new wave of female electronic innovators’.
And more to be announced...
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