Location Online via Zoom
Online via Zoom
Cost FREE. Registration via Eventbrite required.
Donations are welcome, and will contribute to the development of programming for creatives of colour.
FREE. Registration via Eventbrite required.
Today we live in a world of laptops, beat-makers and bedroom studios. Technology has made accessible all the tools needed so that anyone can become a music producer. The path to becoming a producer is no longer a linear path, if you have the calling this is the workshop for you.
In this workshop, Daniel Jauregui, Latin Grammy award-winning musician, producer, composer, and director of music studio Harmonic Whale, will be opening windows into music production. Daniel will run through how to begin, working with artists, and finalising the production of a song, while demystifying music production processes by centering cultural protocol and practice.
You will also have the opportunity to work with a local artist in the workshop and book in a one-on-one session with Daniel to acquire additional support on your personal project.
Equipment you’ll need: Laptop/Phone
If you need assistance accessing equipment, please contact Jessica Ibacache at email@example.com
This workshop is for young and emerging artists of colour living around Melbourne.
Suitable for participants of all levels.
You can participate in the full workshop series or select which workshop you’d like to attend. *To attend the full workshop series, please ensure to book a ticket for each of the three dates.
The facilitator will also be offering one-on-one sessions in person/via Zoom (8 sessions available only).
This workshop is supported by Harmonic Whale and Melbourne Polytechnic’s Bachelor of Music Program.
Presented as part of MAV’s Ahead of the Curve program.
Supported by The Victorian Department of Families, Fairness and Housing.