Day 1 will start with a fascinating keynote panel on women and girls in music technology from 5.00-5.40pm.
This session brings together a panel of female audio professionals leading the way in their creative and technical specialism. Katie Tavini is a mastering engineer whose credits include: Decca, Royal Philharmonic and We Are Scientists. Rita Campbell is an internationally acclaimed vocalist who writes for Film and TV and produces a range of electronic music. Amy Dickens is a researcher and developer who designs and builds accessible digital instruments. Hosted by Kate Rounding, Development Director TiME UK, this session highlights the innovative work of female professionals, and aims to inform and inspire the next generation of women in music technology.
Amy Dickens, Researcher in Accessible Music Technology
Katie Tavini, Professional Mastering Engineer
Rita Campbell, Vocal Artist, Songwriter, Session Singer
Kate Rounding, Director of Development at TiME
5.00pm | Keynote 3: Women in Music Technology - Production, Mastering, and Innovation | Kate Rounding, Amy Dickens, Katie Tavini & Rita Campbell
5.40pm | Virtual exhibition and networking break
6.00pm | Music tech for learners with additional needs
6.30pm | Music tech for early years and primary - Chris Pietrek
Kate has 25 years of experience in music, education and inclusion leadership. She is
passionate about enabling projects to grow and flourish by bringing people together
and collectively working towards unified goals. Kate brings her experience...
Katie Tavini is a Mancunian mastering engineer based in Brighton, trusted by artists, labels and brands to deliver sonic excellence. Credits include Nadine Shah, We Are Scientists and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Rita began touring and writing with her first band at the age of 15, which soon led to a full time career as Songwriter and session singer
Rita has worked and written with a diverse range of artists including Steps (for whom she wrote the UK...