SoundGirls Hosting Virtual Conference In Early December

by | Sep 29, 2021 | Audio, News, Production, Team Development

The SoundGirls Virtual Conference, a two-day event slated for Saturday, December 4 and Sunday, December 5 (2021), will present tools, resources, and the expertise of industry veterans to inspire and empower the next generation of professional audio engineers.

With the All-Access Pass, attendees will have access to all sessions and panels as well as networking and mentoring opportunities. The conference is offering sessions in post-production, recording, live, theatre, broadcast, and more.

There’s also the option of attending one day only and an opportunity to save 20 percent via Early Bird Registration. (Go here to find out more and to register.) All attendees also receive on-demand access to the video archive of all sessions.

SoundGirls provides a support network for women and non-binary people working in the professional audio industry and assists those with a drive to be successful in audio. Women make up only about 5 percent of the professional workforce in audio and music production. The profession thrives on word of mouth and networking.

Again, go here to find out more about the conference and to register.


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