What is our intention?
To make the studio, the mixing desk, etc a more accessible place for womxn, trans, non-binary and/or gender non-conforming sound enthusiasts, Regardless of ability, experience, class, race or age.
To create, celebrate, and inspire a generation of said people who are well-informed, well-versed in terminology, and excellent producers and engineers
To contribute to the fight for gender equality in the music industry and beyond, recognising the historically middle class and cis-male dominated culture in music and sound engineering.
To combat misogynist attitudes, behaviour, limitations, expectations and actions in music and sound environments.
To put on events showcasing womxn, trans, non-binary and/or gender non-conforming producers, engineers, and DJs.
To, wherever possible, always use womxn, trans, non-binary and/or gender non-conforming artists, producers, engineers, techies, venues, publications, … we will lead by example and demonstrate to promoters, managers, artists and the public that it is possible to have an entire team of womxn/non-binary people from studio to stage.
To raise and support our peers - we promote and share the work of those who come to our workshops.
To remain committed to engaging with the wider community and to provide equal opportunities for all women and non-binary producers and engineers - regardless of ability, experience, class, race or age.
As a collective, we want to develop a community and network of like-minded individuals
We don’t subscribe to ideas of competition, and we celebrate the impact and spread of our work.
We will work with organisation who we feel have the same intentions as us. If you want to find out more see our work with us tab.
We are not for profit.
We have a zero tolerance policy towards behaviour that we deem unacceptable to do with our manifesto points at our events.
We don’t promote free work or unpaid internships.
Manifesto to be reviewed annually by the whole Omnii team. Dated copies of manifesto with signatures to be kept on file.