#4 - An interview with SH3 - producer, engineer, song writer, singer.
In this episode we interview SH3, a producer, engineer, writer and singer based out of Toronto, Canada. AND, she happens to be the writer and performer of our theme song!!! ❤️
SH3 helps give us an understanding of how to break into the music scene; how the production side of the business is sorely lacking female producers and influence and, unfortunately, the two main gender biases she deals with on most occasions as a young female.
This is a must listen if you want to know more about the production side of the house. Especially if you dream to break into the industry yourself!
We think she's amazing, and would really love it if you checked out her links below. She also has a music video coming out soon that you've got to see, so make sure you give her a follow for all the updates on what she's working on next!
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