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Women in Tech Music Summit

Oct 6, 2022

Music Production for Women with the support of Creative Victoria presents the Women in Tech Music Summit.

A full weekend deep-diving into ways to supercharge your artist career, take charge of your music and nurture your abilities.

Looking to learn how to produce, improve your vocal production, or build your fanbase as an artist? This 2-day event full of masterclasses and networking opportunities delivers a range of teachers covering all of these topics and more.

The Summit is Free and is aimed to help independent, emerging female-identifying and non-binary artists create a targeted plan for their music over the next year.


  • 15-16 October Online
  • 9am-3pm AEDT
  • Free (while places available)

Summit Sessions

Day One:

  • Planning Your 2023 & Producing a Song with 1 Sample both with MPW award-winning Australian Founder Xylo Aria
  • Intro to Synthesis – Lillian Frances
  • Recording Vocals with Professor Marcela Rada – Recording, Mixing and Mastering Engineer
  • Getting onto playlists with Sarah Hamilton

Day Two:

  • Vocal processing with “Electronic Innovator” Becci Whitton
  • Artist Self-Management with Amy Wright
  • Ear Candy with Charlotte Adelle
  • Managing Your Social Media with online music producer Seids
  • Production to Performance with Laura Escaudé

About Music Production for Women

Music Production for Women (MPW) is a global movement, community and online education platform which aims to encourage and empower women who are taking their first steps into music production. Founded in East London by artist, producer and Top 50 East London Innovator of 2020, Xylo Aria, MPW aims to provide an environment where individuals identifying as women can feel comfortable and supported through their production journey.

“I wish that ‘Music Production for Women’ had been around when I was starting out in 1978! A life in the arts is a life in problem solving. So it really helps when we can learn how others have solved some of the problems that we encounter in the music business. And it’s nice to compare notes on our tools and techniques in a forum where no false assumptions are made about our aptitude for tech topics!” Susan Rogers – Sound Engineer for Prince and David Byrne.

Join the Women in Music Tech Summit

Claim your free ticket while still available, and take your seat at the table. HERE 



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