A residence in Copenhagen Studio provides you with everything you need in order to work and record in inspiring surroundings. Set up songwriting sessions, work on your own music and become a part of one of the biggest studio complexes in Copenhagen. You will get your own room with speakers, microphone, preamp, keyboard etc. Additionally, there are basic kitchen facilities. All you need to bring is your own computer to record and mix your music. The owners of the complex with introduce you to the facilities and your new neighbours.
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Songwriters and composers (all genres) who are members of Koda.
Record labels, publishers, managers etc.cannotapply on behalf of others.
You can apply for a full month at Copenhagen Studio where you can work on new material and/or record new material.
Month (of residence)Deadline
January-February-March 1 December at 13 PM (reply 10 December)
April-May-June 1 February at 13 PM (reply 10 February)
August-September-October 1 May at 13 PM (reply 10 May)
November-December 1 September at 13 PM (reply 10 September)
(the studio is closed in July)
Please describe what you would like to use your studio residence for + when you would like to use it. Additionally, please include:
Brief description of yourself (as an artist)
Description of your studio purpose (500 characters)
Examples of your music (min. two songs, max. three songs)
Autor in cooperation with Anders Fredslund-Hansen from the studio complex. We will focus on diversity in both age and sex when distributing the various months in the studio.
After a maximum of 10 days after each application deadline. Please note potential delays in connection to national holidays. The studio is closed in July.
You cannot receive support for the same project from several pools under Koda Culture. This applies according to 6.D in our regulation. Find the regulation here.
This means that if you for example apply for publication, you can only receive support once for your publishing project. You cannot receive support for publication from both The Publishing pool, The Up-and-Coming Grant and The Recording/Release Grant at the same time. On the other hand, you will be able to receive support for other processes of the same project from other pools. For example, if you have received support for the recording/release part of your project, you can apply for support for the next phase of your project, e.g. for promoting your release or from the PR pools.
We have pools that support the different processes that your project can go through. The processes can – from an overall point of view – be divided into:
Create (idea, clarification, writing)
Improve/develop (coaching, camps, education)
Release (record, mix, master)
'Disseminate' (PR/marketing, concert production, fairs and exhibitions)
Please direct all questions regarding Copenhagen Studio to Autor Simone Nowack Pedersen, email@example.com
For technical issues or questions regarding the application system, please get in touch with Koda, firstname.lastname@example.org