Join our Fellowship launch and community meet up in London on March 24th!

Events, Updates

We’re hosting an event at Somerset House in London, to celebrate the launch of the 2022 Multitrack Fellowship, and to bring our audio community together in person!

When: 24th March, 6.30-10.30pm
Where: The Lancaster Room, Somerset House, WC2R 1LA
Free ticket sign up:


Multitrack Board of Trustees: apply to be our Treasurer

Opportunities, Updates, Volunteering

Are you a finance expert who loves podcasts? Do you believe passionately that everyone should feel welcome at work, regardless of their background? Could you spare the equivalent of 8 days a year to work with us? If so, you could be just who we’re looking for.

Multitrack is looking for a Treasurer to join our Board of Trustees. This is a voluntary role to oversee our financial affairs and ensure they are legal, constitutional and within accepted accounting practice. The closing date for applications is Monday 22nd November, 6pm.

The full details of the role are below, and are also available in this PDF. If this could be you, please do have a read and consider applying. And if you know any people or organisations with whom you could share this opening, it would be a great help to the Multitrack team.

We’re looking for new Multitrack volunteers!

Updates, Volunteering

We are excited to be expanding and are looking for volunteers to work with the team behind Multitrack: an initiative to create a more representative audio production industry. 

Following a successful pilot year, we are growing in scale and ambition with an expanded fellowship running from January-March 2021. We are looking for new people, ideas and energy to help us grow.

Collated minutes from May 3rd 2019 event, ‘How can we improve access to the audio industry?’


On May 3rd 2019, the Multitrack steering group organised an event at Somerset House, called ‘How can we improve access to the audio industry’. It was an Open Space event, where attendees set the agenda for what they wanted to talk about, and split off into a number of discussion groups covering different topics, suggested by people in attendance.