Queen of Pop Vocal Production 👑
Hey! 💁🏽♀️ My name is Ramera and I’m a London-based recording engineer, songwriter, vocal producer, session drummer, and vocalist.
Music has been my life since I was 5 years old. Growing up in a musical family taught me so much about how to channel emotion and creativity into art. From drumming in cover bands to finishing Grade 8 piano, I couldn’t deny that music was going to be my career. After graduating with a B.A. Honours in Music and Law, I moved to the UK to pursue a diploma in Sound Engineering and Music Production from Abbey Road Institute (affiliated with Abbey Road Studios). When I finished at Abbey Road, I earned an amazing residency opportunity as one of three female-identifying sound engineers with Spotify at their Secret Genius studio. I am now lucky enough to continue my freelance engineering work in London. I love being able to contribute to this industry, and hope to do so with your next project!
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Interview with Ramera
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Always bring it back to the emotion you want to evoke. Don't get lost in the guitar solos, 808s, excessive synths, etc. At the end of the day, a song will sell because of how it makes people feel, not because you spent 5 hours perfecting that one synth sound.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: I've had the pleasure of assisting and learning from many award-winning engineers and producers, all of whom have contributed to how I now shape my work ethic and values. These include producers and songwriters like Mr Hudson, Sigma, Gabrielle Aplin, Ella Henderson, Jerry Barnes and Ralph Rolle of CHIC, and engineers like Sylvia Massy, Pete Dowsett, John Dunkerley, and Liam Nolan.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: The majority of my clients are pop artists, and I specialise in recording, editing, and mixing services.