Erin Sinead is a freelance songwriter, composer, sound engineer and music producer based near Glasgow, Scotland.
She studied Sound Production at New College Lanarkshire before obtaining her degree in Commercial Sound Production with Distinction from the University of the West of Scotland. Now studying her Masters in Sound Production, Erin is passionate about recording and producing independent artists, composing music for short film and radio, and collaborating with artists as a session vocalist / lyricist across genres.
Erin’s diverse, creative and technical skill set allows her to deliver across an array of professional audio projects, tailoring her technique to clients’ individual requirements. She values a pragmatic yet imaginative approach towards production and uses her experience as a musician to guide artists down their own creative path whilst pursuing their vision.
Erin has worked with a range of artists, including Rura, Flew The Arrow, Madderam, Haggerdash, Martin Coffield, Peter Nardini, Ortense Blue, Skinny Legends, Black Sky Eclipsed, Weekend Debt and The Shalls.
Erin has engineered FOH at various live events at Stereo, the CCA, The Old Hairdressers, The Dream Machine and has provided engineering assistance at Celtic Connections and The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
She was an assistant audio technician on the National Theatre of Scotland’s theatre production of SHIFT, a volunteer / band mentor at Girls Rock Glasgow in 2019 and volunteers at HebCelt festival in Stornoway as part of their technical crew.
Erin founded audio-visual project, ‘Sonic Scotland’, producing music videos of artists in Scotland’s most sonically interesting spaces. She recorded Flew The Arrow’s quartet live at Hamilton Mausoleum in 2020 and recently expanded Sonic Scotland's remit to deliver natural heritage and audio preservation soundscapes. 'Scotscapes' - an audio-visual time capsule of Strathkelvin Railway Path - was released by Sonic Scotland in January 2021 and was featured by North Lanarkshire Heritage online.