The team of the songwriting workshop RIGaLIVE would like to thank all of the participants, as well as our sponsors for having faith in us and for the invaluable support you have given us in the process of organizing this event!
With the support of the Latvian Performers’ and Producers’ Association (LaIPA), as well as the Ministry of Culture, for the second time an even was organized with the aim to encourage the cooperation, raise the level of professionalism and to exchange experiences between the members of the music industry – a songwriting workshop called RIGaLIVE.
Water for the participants was supplied by “Amrita”, “Rocket Bean Roastery” provided their cosy space for the listening sessions, as well as quenched the participants’ thirst for coffee, and “Riga Black Balsam” and “Red Bull”, as well as “Lāčplēsis alus” provided all that was necessary for a great after party.
The musicians worked in 8 studios that were set up with the help of “Mājlietu sala”, “Puķu Elvis” and “ER Grīdas”. All the technical equipment was provided by the store “Tava skaņa”. Musicians also used various pieces of equipment, which were provided by Latvian companies, such as “Sonarworks”, “Gamechanger Audio”, “JZ Microphones” and “Erica Synths”. A huge thank you goes out to Goran Gora, Anna Zankovska and Didzis Bardo for providing us with their studios, as well as thanks to “Ibis Hotel” for hosting our international guests.
As one of the supporters for this event, Red Bull offered a fully accommodated trip to Open’er Festival in Poland for the team with the best song in the workshop. The participants themselves will determine the winners.
The audio company “Sonarworks” recognized FEMME as the best producer in this session of the RIGaLIVE, and she was presented with a pair of individually calibrated pair of Sennheiser HD650 headphones.
The talented participants of RIGaLIVE were rewarded for their productive work with the products of the perfumery and cosmetics manufacturer “Dzintars”.