Learn how to market your music in ADAM Audio’s Women In Music webinar

This week’s From Start To Finish episode invites four industry pros and artists to discuss ways you can get your music heard.

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ADAM Audio‘s six-part Women In Music: From Start To Finish series approaches its penultimate session this Thursday with a webinar on How to Market Your Track. This week’s super-panel of music business executives and artists consists of Estelle Rubio (musician and producer), Stef Pascual (Director at High Fives Digital), Alice McLean (Comes With Fries) and Trisha O’Brien (producer and DJ).

Each member of this stellar line-up has widespread experience in the industry, working, recording and performing with the likes of Basement Jaxx, Boy Better Know, Todd Terry, Nadia Ali, Mark Knight and many more – as well as working with respected brands and organisations such Apple, Toolroom, Glitterbox, ACM and Berklee College.

Register here to get a reminder of the event.

Next week, tune in for a live interview with Prince bandmates Wendy & Lisa, stellar vocal producer Lachi and Laura Escudé. In last week’s video, Kat Kennedy, Erin Anderson, Celina Rollon, Cathy Mathalone and Ronnie Tee shared their A&R and Management wisdom.

The ADAM Audio Women In Music: From Start To Finish series consists of interactive workshops and panel discussions for female musicians and producers. The series focuses on creating a track and seeing it through to its release, with opportunities to ask questions and network with likeminded female artists.

Upcoming webinars include:

  • 10 Sept – Marketing & Social Media Panel (Stef Pascual, Estelle Rubio, Alice McLean, Trisha O’Brien)
  • 17 Sept – Live Interview with Special Guests Lisa Coleman and Wendy Mevoin, SONY recording artist, Lachi and Laura Escudé

Attendance online is FREE and the sessions will be streamed live on ADAM Audio Facebook page and YouTube simultaneously. This series will interest women who are looking to take their music production creativity and career to the next level.

Find out more at adam-audio.com

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