A fully furnished professional recording studio in the heart of Philippi
A container turned into...
The PMP Studio is built in a shipping container. The construction started in January 2017 and took 6 months. In June 2017, we inaugurated a fully soundproofed recording studio, composed of a monitoring room, a vocal booth, a classroom space and the office of the PMP team
... a professional recording studio
The studio is fully equiped with everything you need for production and recording :
- Production softwares (Ableton, Cubase)
- Korg Synth Keys
- Korg Synth Bass
- Korg Synth Beat Drums
- Studio Monitors
- Rode Vocal Dynamic Microphones
- Roland Stereo Headphones
- Navation 61 key controller with pads
- Roland 8 in 8 audio interface
co-founder and executive manager
Sibusiso Nyamakazi is a 24 year old writer, MC and Musician involved in several social upliftment projects in and around his community, Philippi.
He studied Management at CPUT and is a facilitator of social and youth development workshops. He runs alongside his team of founders and poets a social conscious poetry movement called "social poetics" using poetry as a tool to facilitate healthy dialogues in society.
co-founder and manager
Baptiste Guillemet is a French entrepreneur, music producer and
festival organizer. He has worked for 2 years as a business consultant in cultural industries in Paris. He has a Master degree of Science in Management from the
ESSEC Business School and studied entrepreneurship and social innovation at the UCT Graduate School of Business in Cape Town.
fundraising & partnerships
Ludwig Peter, is a 29 year old teacher, DJ and event organiser from Germany. He studied English literature and language, teaching, sociology and politics at University of Augsburg/Germany and University of Cape Town. He has been rooted in the music event organizing business for six years now and is taking care of the growing network.
Lena Astarte Posch studied Multimedia in Germany and photography in Istanbul, while exploring different realities and perspectives. She works as an artist, entrepreneur and graphic designer in different parts of the world with a focus on global social and political issues and relations. Working for the Philippi Music Project as a creative director combines her passion for social innovation, art and music.
Resources for Musicians
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