Are you interested in music technology? Are you a music producer aged 11-16?
EMPower is a free learning and development project which gives young people the opportunity to collaborate with their peers and work alongside professional music producers to develop new skills and techniques.
Music producer Eddy Mentzel, otherwise known as AudioJunkie, said of the project; “music producers often work in isolation, which limits the possibility of working collaboratively. EMPower is a great opportunity for young producers to meet one other, work together, and raise the profile of their creative work.”
During the sessions they will be introduced to the latest music technology equipment, related music software, and make visits to a recording studio. There will also be opportunities for schools and parents or carers to get involved with the project.
EMPower will hold its first session during the half term holidays on the 27th May at the soundHOUSE, 18 St Martins Lane, Lincoln, LN2 1HY between 10 AM and 4 PM. There are drop in spaces for those who have not already signed up to the project or any interested parties can contact soundLINCS on 01522 510073 or firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for the project or find out more.
The programme is free to take part in and participants are asked to bring their own lunch as refreshments cannot be provided.
EMPower is organised by community music organisation soundLINCS, with funding from Youth Music and Lincolnshire Music Service.