The London-based, Liverpool-born artist, who released her debut album 'Blue Gardens' on Keysound Recordings in 2013, started the project last year as a way to address the gender imbalance in the music industry.
Described as a project for the “girls who’ve ever heard a shit tune in the club and thought ‘I can do better that that’”, the 600+ applications E.M.M.A received for the first workshop showed there was an appetite for the concept.
"Generally speaking, it's good to learn the rules of production, but also fine to break them," said E.M.M.A. "No one person uses software in the same way. Quite often you find there are multiple ways of achieving a desired result, too." Dive in below.
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