She Knows Tech, a female collective founded at Berklee College of Music, is hosting a multi-day summit, with a focus on music production, audio engineering and more music technology topics. Spitfire Audio, Women In Music, She Is The Music and the Audio Engineering Society (AES) and KeychangeEU are partnering with the collective.
The online event takes place this weekend (5-8 March), just before International Women’s Day on 8 March. She Knows Tech will welcome a line-up of prolific women in the music industry and invites all aspiring musicians, producers, engineers, artists and creators to join the summit to learn how to take control of their artistry. The line-up includes Emily Lazar, Bad Snacks, Dot, Laura Escude, Rachel K Collier, and more.
All participants will receive a complimentary Digital Swag Bag, comprising extended trial codes, free plug-ins, and exclusive discounts from Spitfire Audio, Genelec, Sonarworks, iZotope, Kilohearts, Baby Audio and Klevgrand.
March 5 kicks things off with a welcoming stream at 10:30 pm PT, featuring the summit’s keynote speaker, and Flash Beats Lab, a speed production challenge. Flash Beats Lab is open only to female-identifying and non-binary participants, but the rest of the weekend is open to all.
March 6 and 7 is filled with masterclasses and workshops. Bad Snacks and Marcella ‘MsLogo’ Araica are among the revered producers and engineers that will be presenting the classes. There will also be a discussion panel in collaboration with AES with panellists including Andrew Huang, Bad Snacks, HANA, and more. Plus, a speed networking event with mentors from Women In Music and Berklee’s Global Entertainment Music Business alumni.
March 8, International Women’s Day, will feature eight performances from artists including Rachel K Collier, Dominique, dolltrick and more. These recorded performances will be streamed throughout the day.
Learn more at summit.sheknows.tech.