Liina “LNA” Turtonen is a music producer, songwriter, and performer based in York, UK. She is the creator of an audio/production channel on YouTube called ‘LNA Does Audio Stuff’ and the co-founder of Equalize Music Production. She is is a former Music Production lecturer at Leeds Conservatoire, and now a full-time music producer, mixing engineer, musician, songwriter and educator. Listen to her music from here.
Read a Sound Girls.org Feature about Liina and LNA Does Audio Stuff.
YouTube – LNA Does Audio Stuff:
LNA is best known for her YouTube channel ‘LNA does Audio Stuff.’ An innovative music production tutorial channel that is known for its fun and approachable style, and challenges the views on gender within the YouTube audio industries. It features detailed tutorials, for example in Ableton Live, music production techniques, new music production gear, etc. LNA does also fun music production challenges that aim to entertain, as well as de-mystify the audio industry and make it more approachable for everyone.
In February 2021 LNA published her debut documentary about women in music production called: in ctrl – A Journey Into Music Production. This documentary is done together with Music Production For Women.
LNA is known for her fun and easy to understand tutorials about Music Production:
LNA – Self-Producing Musician & Performer:
She is originally a classically trained musician, who found a new inspiration for her music and live performance, after learning electronic music production and becoming fluent with Ableton Live. She describes her style as carefree house/pop, that have strong roots in Scandinavia and classical music.
Listen to LNA’s latest single “No, I’ll Do It” here:
LNA also perform all her songs live using electronic and acoustic instruments, and she sings:
LNA as an Educator:
LNA started her educational career as a workshop leader for Yorkshire Sound Women Network, from there she found her current business partner Emily Johnson, and together they founded Equalize Music Production. It is an educational platform promoting diversity in the audio industries, offering live courses, events, tutoring, and services for businesses. She is also a former lecturer at Leeds Conservatoire where she taught BA Music Production courses in DAW-based music production (Teaching ProTools and Logic Pro x).
Experience and Qualifications:
University of York – MA Music Production – 2017-2018
The University of The West of Scotland – BA Commercial Music – 2017 Graduate with Distinction
Skills: Music Production, Sound Engineering, Songwriting, Mixing, Mastering, Vocal Performance and Instruments (piano, guitar, bass, and violin). DAWs: Ableton Live, Logic Pro x and ProTools.
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Check out the press kit from here.
See a collection of previous work from the music page.