Bose and She Is The Music – Turn The Dial

In a recent analysis of popular songs from the last decade, only 2.8% were produced by women. Bose believes sound is the most powerful force on earth, yet it will never reach its full power unless the people creating the sounds are as diverse as the people listening to them. That’s why today, Bose is unveiling Turn the Dial, an initiative focused on addressing the barriers causing this deficit – bringing awareness to the issue and seeking new opportunities for women and non-binary music producers to create music that deserves to be heard.

Bose has also partnered with trailblazing artists and producers H.E.R., PinkPantheress, BLOND:ISH and WondaGurl to highlight the importance of the initiative and inspire the next generation of creators.

The initiative will come to life in partnership with She Is The Music, a non-profit organization with a mission to increase the number of women working in music, artists and industry professionals.

Working together, Bose and She is The Music have cultivated a ‘Sound is Power Impact Board,’ comprised of accomplished music artists and repertoire (A&R) executives and producers who include:

Chloe Weise Donovan, RCA Records, Vice President, A&R

Ann Micelli, She is The Music, Founder and Grammy award-winning engineer

Brandra Ringo, Quality Control Music, EVP and Co-Head, A&R

Ebonie Smith, Award-winning music producer, audio engineer and singer-songwriter

Taylor Testa, Universal Music Publishing Group, Vice President, A&R

Nova Wav, American Grammy Award–winning production and songwriting duo 

WondaGurl, Multi-platinum, Grammy-nominated producer and record executive

The formation of the board will provide a pipeline for the next generation of aspiring women and non-binary music producers to have an opportunity to elevate their music to a wider audience. Through the Impact Board, producers can submit their music via the link below which will then be reviewed and considered by the board on a quarterly basis.