Support Female Music Producers

by Barbara & Jacqueline in Brighton, England, United Kingdom

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To produce an original track at Real World Music Studios UK with all-female vibes and a sprinkling of magic!

by Barbara & Jacqueline in Brighton, England, United Kingdom

About Us

Barbara Duchow and Jacqueline Langham are female music producers who are trying to achieve their goal of producing a track in collaboration at Real World Music Studios, UK. So far, thanks to very generous support, we have gathered £800 but we still need the remaining £2500 to make our dream materialise. We are sure we can make a great track and make some magic happen!

Barbara Duchow performs under the artist name 'Lunattack' and is based in Hamburg, Germany. She has performed all over the world and collaborated with many other musicians. 

"Working with artists from other cultures has always inspired me. When we collaborate and create together, we appreciate our differences for the good of the creative cause. In this working relationship, true understanding and acceptance can be nurtured and undiscovered creations can be found. Real World Studios is a place where all of this can happen."

Jacqueline Langham is based in Brighton, UK and studied Music and Visual Art at Brighton University. She produces a mix of both chilled and meandering electronic beats. Inspired by environmental sounds and rhythmic dance beats, the fusion lends itself to film scores or moving image sequences. She has produced music for both creative and corporate projects as well as collaborating with other musicians from all over the world. 

You can listen to more of Jacqueline's music on Spotify.

Our first collaboration, ‘Infinite’ was remixed by Jacqueline. We also collaborated on 'Nerea's Lullaby'

History

In 2019, Real World Music Studios near Bath in England facilitated a four day producer camp called Beatcamp. Music producers (who were complete strangers), were put together in teams of two, each team was to record and produce an original track from scratch. Each track would then be published on a compilation album on Spotify. 

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Barbara Duchow (AKA 'Lunattack') and British producer Jacqueline Langham  (AKA 'Jacqueline La') met at Beatcamp in 2019. They enjoyed it so much that they want to join forces for the next producer camp in November 21.

"To attend Beatcamp in 2019 was both challenging and highly rewarding. Just to be inside this amazing music studio space was overwhelming. So many great people attended from all over the world, musicians and producers, some of whom we have collaborated with since."

"Since Beatcamp, we have kept in touch and successfully collaborated on a Lunattack track. We would like to develop our collaboration, team up for this course and explore our sonic selves in one of the best recording studios in the world. I think the partnership would produce some exciting results. We are hoping to raise enough for both of us to attend so your contribution is very much appreciated." 

"We really appreciate your support with this venture. We want to take this opportunity to explore this all-female music collaboration and further our music production development especially as the music industry is currently lacking female producers. Let's change that!"

Thank you.

Barbara & Jacqueline xx

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