'The Farm House x Royal Studio' consists of a 50 square metre newly built music studio and a 250 square metre half-timbered house, located in beautiful natural surroundings in the area around Oure on Funen. The space has been created with a focus on ensuring optimal conditions for the creative process of songwriting and recording.
The workspace is open to members of Koda and is aimed at anyone working in the popular and commercial field.
Recidence on Funen
Recidence on Funen
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The residency is open to all Koda members working in the popular and commercial field.
You can apply for one week in the house, which can accommodate up to 8 overnight guests. The fridges in the house and studio will be stocked with free drinks for the stay. The studio itself is 50 sqm. and equipped with an easy-to-use plug & play setup.
Stays are Monday to Monday.
- A description of your project and what you would like to use the residency for - 2-3 examples of music - CV/bio
The deadline for applying for the first half of 2024 is 30 November 2023.
Your application is assessed by the DPA's market committee, which changes regularly.
In 2023, the committee is:
- Mathilde Falch - Theresa Schæfer
- New committee members will join in November 2023
We aim to respond approximately three weeks after the application deadline.
You cannot receive funding for the same project from more than one Koda Kultur pool. This applies in accordance with our regulation point 6.d. Find the regulation here.
This means that if you are applying for e.g. publishing, you can only receive funding once for your publishing project. In other words, you cannot receive funding for publishing from both the publishing pool, the growth layer pool and the publishing pool. You will, however, be able to receive funding for other processes of the same project from other funds. For example, if you have received funding for the publication, you can apply for funding for the next phase of your project, e.g. for marketing the publication from the PR pools.
We have funds that support the different processes that your project may go through. The processes can - from a general point of view - be divided into: