Arterial Network Zimbabwe partnered with Zimbabwe Musicians Union and Music Crossroads Zimbabwe in organising a sound clinic for musicians.
The clinic which was attended by mostly young and emerging musicians, was a platform where musicians and sound engineers had an opportunity to collectively reflect on the challenges they face when working together. Chairperson of the Zimbabwe Musicians Union and renowned Musician Edith Weutonga explained that the major aim of the clinic was to establish an understanding of how sound engineers work and repair the professional relationship between musicians and engineers which is currently marred by suspicion that engineers sometimes sabotage musicians with bad sound.
More than 50 people attended the clinic and Arterial Network Zimbabwe signed up thirty-two members from the clinic.
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