Based on the overwhelming success of last year’s all female production workshop, Radar Radio are launching a new academy on the 23rd July to 20th August offering 16-25 year olds the opportunity to take part in five beginner level workshops focusing on music production, mixing/djing and radio presenting at their east London studio in Old Street.
After receiving over 700 applications for last year’s all female workshop Radar Radio expects a huge buzz and rush for the limited places on offer. With diminishing opportunities for young people to express their creativity in London, Radar Radio want to create paths, open doors and promote untapped talent to the city and the world at large.
Presenting (23rd July)
Everything you need to get behind the mic and present your first show live with the legendary Ray Keith, Jade Avia and Kamillia Rose.
Radio Production (30th July)
How to build a show both from the backend and front, including: setting a show up, how to broadcast live, recording, social media and podcasting. This workshop will be run by Radar Radio’s Ben Fairclough and Matthew Barnett along with Martha & Gabriel Szatan (Boiler Room).
Music Production (6th August)
This beginners workshop will guide you through the in’s and out's of using Logic Pro and will cover everything from beat creations, VST, effects, sampling, mixdown and mastering with Ezro, Mischeif, Treble Clef + Casskidd.
DJING Grime & Hip Hop ( 13th August)
This introductory course to DJ’ing grime and hiphop will be led by our resident DJs Mister Bounce, Alia Loren, Jack Dat so you the basics of beatmatching, blending and more.
DJING Bass & Club ( 13th August)
Our second introductory course to DJ’ing will focus on electronic and bass music and will be led by our resident DJs Conducta, Amy Becker & Hipster’s Don’t Dance.
Radar Radio will provide all equipment and materials needed. As well as scheduled sessions, attendees can spend time in the station to experience daily live Radar broadcasts, hang out with DJs, record demos, and book free DJ sessions in our practice rooms.
How to Apply
Applications are open NOW. Visit www.radarradio.com/academy to register your interest, places are extremely limited.