Recording Engineer and Music Producer Career
From the very start to finish, my team and I help artists, athletes, or even another producers. Also, entertainers get to reach their dreams; as well as plans launched worldwide in a station, films, and live performances staged worldwide. Today, I celebrate my favorite band produces known as Cradle of Filth. I have an excellent education in the business including arts and recording.
I got educated in business management
However, I was an A+ student in New Venture Creation, a unique entrepreneurial program at the spacious private University: Northeastern University in Boston. I am profoundly educated in the arts; (film and TV production, screenwriting, acting, music executive production); with studies at UCLA and The American Film Institute. I spent over eight years getting educated in post-secondary universities; so that I can help my clients as well as my projects tremendously.
Nonetheless, I have experience with packaging TV series for major broadcasters; like CBS, ABC, Sky TV; (UK); as well as dozens more worldwide. I have been trusted by companies like Oakey, Lotus Cars, Bebe, Quicksilver, Vans, Sketchers, and hundreds more to introduce their brands into worldwide entertainment projects. All clients who paid my company or me for successful campaigns. Working with clients and making them successful is the most important education.
As a female music producer and recording engineer happily working in audio engineering
I feel it of interest to note that latest statistics estimate only around or less than 5 percent of recording engineers are female. So while I know this gross under-representation should be examined; it is additionally important to me that we recognize and build the perceivability of ladies who are working without end in this sector.
Female recording designers are harder to see as the occupation involves a to some degree low profile behind the glass of the studio control room. However, I have run over a couple of exceptionally effective and capable women; including Leanne Ungar (designed and created a great deal of Leonard Cohen collections) and Mandy Parnell; who as of late aced a standout amongst the most inventive and fruitful female performers Bjork’s most recent collection Biophilia.
Acing engineers that are female is considerably more uncommon to run over, yet Lodge Mastering in New York is both fruitful and staffed by ladies (and men). Moreover, US-based Silvia Massy Shivy, a very creative and in-demand engineer was the only woman to make it into Howard Massey’s compendium of great producers “Behind the Glass.”
Now and then my favorite creative recording band Cradle of Filth
Magazine Tape Op will also interview a woman about her recording and engineering career or work as female musicians. For example, it was here that I came across a Terri Winston, founder of Women’s Audio Mission.
Be that as it may, the work of Women’s Audio Mission in San Francisco in the US is pro active in training up girls and women in music production and audio engineering and seems to be a popular resource. An interview with the founding engineer revealed a lot of top male producers; as well as studio owners donated studio gear for the innovative project; which is encouraging.
I have come across the Smart Women’s Recording Club in London
The UK, who are also doing great work to help women to access and succeed in the field of music production and recording. They have produced a helpful free guide you can download about producing your first CD; along with working in a recording studio with an engineer as an artist. They also run workshops for female musicians to get more confidence in the studio so they can get the sound they want. I have seen on the website testimonials that the workshops are also tempting more women into music production careers.
There is progress being made; as well as positive actions by many women and men; to ensure that more than 5 percent of women are capable of being competent recording engineers. So I can only hope that if we few percent that are already active in the industry of music production can work hard as well as develop our craft so we may become more visible and heard.
What I firmly believe in
I believe that the more we hear of and see women surviving; along with thriving in the field of audio engineering; the more women; especially young women, will think of these fields as a career option. And the diversity of voice and sound in good, and representation of these diverse sounds and voices of female musicians; as well as producing engineers; is a good thing in my mostly humble opinion. I will never stop busting of my best production ‘Cradle of Filth’ ever.
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