SoundLab Music Workshop

Fridays at Inkwell are becoming the place to be for music and live performances. With Instrumental already happening on the 1st Friday of every month we are now introducing a new monthly music workshop called SoundLab in the afternoons.

Soundlab invites you to come and learn more about analysing sounds, music and lyrics and creating your own music using instruments and voice. The sessions will include help and advice on crucial stage craft skills such as setting up a PA, industry song formats and how to effectively record your music plus help with song writing and performance.




Upcoming session plans:

2nd December 2016

Looking at lyrics, where you are at and assessing appropriate help.

Standard song formats. Industry standards. Listening to examples of standard formats and examples of breaking that rule.


6th January 2017

With Amy Claro musician and song writer

This session focuses on music production using digital software.

(Looking at ways to make notes e.g.: notebooks, laptop, Logic. How to save a retrieve files and connecting midi devices)


3rd February 2017

With Simon Spruce musician and songwriter will focus the session on song writing by looking at keys, chords and scales and how to change keys and put chords together.


We hope you’ll be able to join us. Please bring your own instruments. More session plans will be updated soon.

4 replies
  1. John Stratford
    John Stratford says:

    Hi. This blog page quotes the 2nd Friday of Month of the classes but the events calendar and poster state 1st Friday of Month.

    • Inkwell
      Inkwell says:

      Hi John
      You are absolutely right! Thanks for pointing this out to us. Sound Lab is on the first Friday of the month.
      We have now ammended th dates on the blog post. Apologies for any confusion.


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