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Sherelle and Afrodeutsche lined up for 7 Days of Sound digital event

The week-long series of workshops is intended for women, non-binary and other gender non-conforming folks

  • Patrick Hinton
  • 12 January 2021
Sherelle and Afrodeutsche lined up for 7 Days of Sound digital event

Saffron has finalised the line-up for its 7 Days of Sound digital event, which takes place across January 23 to January 29.

The week-long series of workshops will cover a broad range of topics with a number of artists and experts lined up as hosts.

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Among the schedule is: Afrodeutsche on frameworks for producing, scoring and performing; Sherelle (pictured) in conversation with Lizzy Ellis discussing building resilience, capturing energy, supporting your crew and elevation through radio; Team Love’s Pauline Bourdon presenting a practical guide for event sustainability; and certified Ableton Live trainer Anna Lakatos taking a deep look at producing and build tracks in the software.

There will also be Mercury Prize-nominated Anna Meredith dissecting one of her scores; Katie Tavini de-mystifying the mastering process; Mix Nights co-creators Daisy Moon and Em Williams hosting a beginners guide to digital DJing; and much more.

View the full schedule here.

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Day tickets are priced from £11 and can be purchased from Eventbrite.

A number of reduced price and free tickets are subsided by support from the event’s sponsors and can be applied for by people who need them here.

7 Days of Sound is intended for women, non-binary and other gender non-conforming folks. A note from the organisers says: “While we do not ban cisgender men from attending, we hope that they will respect that this event is not intended for them. More info can be found about our gender policy on the event page.”

Saffron is creating representation and connection for womxn in music tech, sign up for Patreon membership here.

Patrick Hinton is Mixmag's Digital Features Editor, follow him on Twitter

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