The workshop will be lead by London-based producer and DJ, E.M.M.A, as well as La Cheetah resident and Heka Trax label boss, Nightwave.

Launched in 2016, Producergirls was founded by E.M.M.A together with producer pals P Jam, Dexplicit and Ikonika to encourage more young women to take up electronic music production.

“I’ve built a dream team of amazing producers with Dexplicit, Ikonika and P Jam to encourage more girls to take up music production” says E.M.M.A. “If we create a fun environment together with the tools, expertise and support needed to get people off the starting blocks, I think we could be onto a good thing.”

The Glasgow workshop will take place at SWG3 on Saturday March 4th, with Producergirls teaming up with Ableton to deliver a beginners course in beat-making.

It’s free to apply, but with only fifteen spots available you better be quick. You’ll also need to bring your own laptop and headphones, but free Ableton intro software will be available for everyone attending.

You can apply via this link. Applications close on Friday 24th February and you can email with any questions.


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