By SAE AucklandSAE Auckland
Kia ora e te whānau,
The MPG, with the generous support of the NZ Music Commission, is thrilled to announce the launch of their new pilot programme – ĀMIO Mentoring! Our first mentors are available to book now, with weekly additions being added over the coming weeks.
ĀMIO means to orbit, roam, and travel around, and our hope is that this programme will allow our members to engage in a circular exchange of knowledge that enriches their mahi in the music sector.
The initiative brings music creators three phenomenal offerings:
● Zoom Mentoring Sessions where mentees will gain invaluable insight from industry professionals
● Studio Observation Sessions in which successful applicants will be paired with a producer and sit in on a recording session to observe their workflow
● 3 Hands-On DAW Workshops covering the latest upskilling techniques in Pro Tools, Logic, and Ableton
MPG Full Members are now able to request ĀMIO Zoom Mentoring sessions through our website, with a second round coming soon which is extended to Free Members.
Applications are open for our Studio Observation Sessions until July 31 at 5pm, and details regarding our Hands-On Workshops will be announced in the coming weeks.
We can’t wait to empower our music community in these spaces and hugely appreciate your support in this new venture.
Ngā mihi nui,
Greg, Chris, Huia and the team at MPG
Paid and free memberships along with details of ĀMIO available at www.mpgnz.co.nz
The Music Producer’s Guild Aotearoa is an advisory service founded to assist producers of recorded music and enable them to sustain a long-term career in the music industry. Our aim is to foster a supportive and successful community of music production professionals, and in turn, help champion and grow New Zealand music. We are a non-profit trade organisation, seeded with funding from the New Zealand Music Commission, Recorded Music New Zealand and NZ on Air, with ongoing funding sourced through a subscription model. MPG NZ operates with a board of music industry professionals to ensure that our community and networks have the right tools and the support they need.
The New Zealand Music Commission Te Reo Reka O Aotearoa is a government funded organisation that promotes music from New Zealand and supports the growth of New Zealand music businesses – both culturally and economically, at home and abroad. The hub of NZ Music Month, the Music Commission also deliver contemporary music programmes in schools, including the Musicians Mentoring in Schools Programme; provides music upskilling tools and resources; and runs the international market development & trade show programme Outward Sound.