WAM’s artist development classes develop the careers and creativity of local women musicians, songwriters and composers. We provide access to music production and technology training, industry professionals (management, booking agents, producers, etc.), internet exposure, and performance and recording opportunities, all within a supportive community.
- Music Business Workshops with Industry Professionals: Booking Agents/Talent Buyers, Managers, Producers and Entertainment Attorneys (last round featured agents from Slim’s, Great American Music Hall, Leafy Green, Roberta Flack’s Manager, Tough Love Management, Attorneys for Santana, Camper Van Beethoven Rappin’ 4 Tay), Managers)
- Song/Demo Review Sessions moderated by industry professionals. Get feedback on your songs/demos and career advice in a supportive environment.
- Recording and Live Sound Technology Workshops tailored to musicians and songwriters. Learn the basics of the technology so you can better achieve the sound that you want and also learn about technology that can aid in the composition process. Learn to set up a PA and the best way to do a sound check.
Field audio/sound for a short narrative film shooting on June 2nd and 3rd
Location: Richmond, California. Non-Union Paid: $150-$200 per day depending on experience. Production has most gear. Contact: Maria Ponce email@example.com Short Synopses The Curandera’s Apprentice – Genre- Drama “Ten-year-old Aurora goes out on regular calls with her healer grandmother, now that she is her apprentice. Her grandmother has been the town’s healer for 40 years. Aurora just … Read more
WAM at Capitol, Los Angeles
Join Women’s Audio Mission on June 9, 2018 for an immersive recording arts conference at the legendary Capitol Studios in Los Angeles, featuring some of the country’s top women engineers and music executives. The conference will include presentations, discussions and interactive workshops on topics ranging from mixing, beat making, and mic placement to the music … Read more
(US) Artists, Composers and Producers Wanted
Epidemic Sound works with non-PRO (ASCAP/BMI/SESAC/SoundExchange) producers, writers, and artists to soundtrack the world. We’re starting a significant initiative to scout and work with talented women and non-binary people in music. We hope to work with women producing all genres of music. Significant need areas include trap, boom bap, lofi hip hop, Latin, baile funk, … Read more