by Native Instruments

Watch Evvol’s Jane Arnison discuss teaching with MASCHINE JAM

Musing on her recent teaching project, Jane Arnison shares her experiences in teaching, and discusses how MASCHINE JAM has changed her approach to music.

Earlier this year, Native Instruments teamed up with the SAE Institute to host a special MASCHINE JAM Producer Workshop for female and female identifying artists as an initiative to support women in music production. Lead by Jane Arnison — who produces as one-half of electronic-act Evvol — and Lead Product Specialist for MASCHINE Boris Mezga, the workshop served as an introduction to incorporating JAM into the music-making workflow.


Speaking to Elisabeth Dehlke from Native Instruments, Arnison spoke about her experiences working in music tutorial, discussed how MASCHINE JAM has affected her approach to composition, and shared future plans for Evvol.

Watch the video below.

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