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Jlin joins Saffron’s annual workshop ‘7 Days of Sound’

Saffron – a broad-spectrum music school for women, non-binary and trans folk – enlists experimental footwork legend Jlin, Daisy Moon, Rachel K Collier and more, as educators for the 2022 edition of its ‘7 Days of Sound‘ workshop series.

Commencing on 22 January, the week-long online music tech workshop series aims to aid attendees with a holistic education from industry professionals in various aspects of music production, DJ’ing, and radio hosting.

Less than 5% of the music tech industry is comprised of women, non-binary or trans people and less than 1% of these are people of colour. Saffron’s work, in Bristol and online, aims to alter these statistics.

Tickets are available on a day-by-day basis, or for the whole week, with a “Watch Back” ticket also available for those unable to attend the sessions as they occur.

‘7 Days of Sound’ takes place online between 22 – 28 January 2022.

7 Days Of Sound Launch Post Cover

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