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Volume: Making Music in Aotearoa

Volume Scene Report: Podcast series

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH RNZ
PITCH DEADLINE: 27 FEB 2017

Pitch your story to help create the ​Volume Scene Report ​youth podcast series - with guidance from the pros at Radio New Zealand.

Pictured: Aiwa DM-47 Dynamic Microphone, late 1960s

Courtesy of Nigel Russell. Photographer Auckland Museum

What’s your scene?
Where do you experience music?
What does New Zealand music mean to you?

We want to hear from young people who are out there creating and enjoying New Zealand music in 2017.

We are looking for five stories from five different podcast producers from the ages 16 - 25 for the Volume Scene Report - a podcast series presented by Auckland Museum and RNZ.

This is your chance to showcase your musical community - be it your local hip-hop scene, the sounds of your church, or the venue that's become your second home.

If your podcast pitch is one of the five selected for Volume Scene Report, you'll receive professional guidance from RNZ and Auckland Museum staff to create your podcast, including a one day workshop to build your storytelling and production chops. You'll also receive a guided tour of Volume: Making Music in Aotearoa, $100 for expenses, and some sweet Volume merch.

Your podcast will be aired across Aotearoa on RNZ's music show Music 101, then released online via RNZ and The Wireless.

Sound like you? Check out the important details of the project, then submit your pitch!