Are you a female*/non-binary producer looking for like-minded music-makers? Having a hard time finding time to make music? Still learning your DAW? Or are you not even ready to call yourself a producer yet?
Get out of your bedroom and come and meet makers, learn new skills, make music, and connect with a community in a friendly, relaxed space.
This is our first meetup, so the format may be a little loose at first. But the intention is as follows:
18:00 – 18:30: Meet, gather, chat, have a beer
18:30 – 19:00: Intros and explanations
19:00 – 21:00: WORK TIME! Everyone will be given the same challenge and we’ve got two hours to make something.
21:00 – 21:30: LET’S HEAR IT! Everyone gets to play back to everyone what they’ve made in the two hours we’ve been given – no critique, no pressure, no expectations.
So – bring your laptop and any controllers or gear you’d like to use while making, headphones, and the DAW you want to use. Even if you’ve never opened your DAW before, there’ll be people there to show you the ropes – that’s what this event is for.
ABOUT ÉCLAT CREW
éclat | eɪˈklɑː |
noun: brilliant display or effect; social distinction or conspicuous success
Éclat Crew is a Berlin-based Electronic Music Collective aiming to support, promote, and inspire the practice and output of female*, trans and non-binary artists through collaboration and cooperation.
This event is about connecting producers from under-represented groups, and providing a time and a space to work, challenge each other, and honor and share our collected strengths and knowledge.
I don’t think I’m ready for this jelly…
Are you interested in music production? Then you’re ready! Even if you’ve never touched a DAW before, this is your opportunity to be amongst helpful, interested and engaged producers of all different levels, genres and skill-levels.
What do I need to bring?
A laptop with a DAW installed (Garageband, Logic, Ableton, Fruity Loops, Pro Tools, Bitwig, Reaper, or any other DAW you can think of)
What do I get out of it?
– an instant community of supportive music maker friends who understand the unique challenges facing minorities in the industry
– a regular, scheduled opportunity to extend and expand your music-making practice
– specific production challenges to push more established producers out of their comfort zones
– shared knowledge from other members of the group through presentations and collaborations
Meets Tuesdays fortnightly at The Workshop on Forster Str, 10997 Berlin. Send us a message for more info.