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We Move Session 10: Ramera Abraham - Vocal Production / 6th May

Taught by: Ramera Abraham

When: The event will take place Friday 6th of May at 6pm UK, with the livestream starting at 6:30pm UK. 

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Where: Tileyard with limited places available. Registrations (Buy Now or Add to Cart) are ONLY for people who want to attend in person. For those who can’t make it to the event IRL, it will be livestreamed on the Music Hackspace YouTube channel (add to your calendar below).

Tileyard Rd, London N7 9AH, United Kingdom

This workshop will teach you how to use vocal production in your own recording process, from pre-production to mix prep. We will start by listening to a demo of a song that has no backing vocals or effects, and look at how to start creating vocal arrangements. During this process, you will be shown how to capture clean vocals, learn about vocal chains, and how to set up your DAW for a recording session. The final element of the course will be looking at the full, mixed track alongside all vocal effects and harmonies, showcasing a track ‘before’ and ‘after’ vocal production. This workshop is perfect for intermediate to advanced self-producing artists who want to delve into the art of vocal production to take their songs to the next level.

The event will also be livestreamed on the Music hackspace YouTube channel for those who can’t make it IRL

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Starts on: 06/05/2022 17:30 London time

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Speakers & presentations

Ramera Abraham is a London-based vocal producer, recording engineer, and songwriter. Having previously worked as an assistant engineer at Metropolis Studios, and as the resident studio engineer for Spotify Secret Genius (now "Noteable"), she has worked with a host of artists - most recently assisting the recording of Little Mix's final studio album, mix assisting the album "Carnage" for Nick Cave & Warren Ellis, as well as engineering for Adele, Aaron Smith, RAYE, Ms Banks, Teni, and Tay Iwar. Ramera progressed into a freelance recording engineer role at Platoon, a music distribution and artist services company owned by Apple. She was also recently included in SheSaid.So’s Alternative Power 100 List. With engineering and vocal production at the forefront of her freelance career so far, she continues to work within the pop genre.

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  • The event will take place on Friday 6th of May at 6:30pm UK at Tileyard
  • For those who can't make it IRL, catch the livestream on YouTube
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FREE

Requirements

  • No requirements needed

Berlin Code of Conduct

We ask all participants to read and follow the Berlin Code of Conduct and contribute to creating a welcoming environment for everyone.

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About the workshop leader

Ramera Abraham is a London-based vocal producer, recording engineer, and songwriter. Having previously worked as an assistant engineer at Metropolis Studios, and as the resident studio engineer for Spotify Secret Genius (now "Noteable"), she has worked with a host of artists - most recently assisting the recording of Little Mix's final studio album, mix assisting the album "Carnage" for Nick Cave & Warren Ellis, as well as engineering for Adele, Aaron Smith, RAYE, Ms Banks, Teni, and Tay Iwar. Ramera progressed into a freelance recording engineer role at Platoon, a music distribution and artist services company owned by Apple. She was also recently included in SheSaid.So’s Alternative Power 100 List. With engineering and vocal production at the forefront of her freelance career so far, she continues to work within the pop genre.