Making Music Herstory Shares a Perspective of Women in Music at Apple Store

Hollywood, CA, April 02, 2010 --( On March 23rd, in celebration of National Women’s History Month, Executive Producer Lisa Chamblee-Hampton and contributing artist Jennie Laws gave Las Vegas a taste of ‘Herstory’ at the Apple Store in Caesar’s Palace Forum Shops during the Made on a Mac: Making Music Herstory presentation.

The in-store event was an astounding success. Chamblee-Hampton expressed, “Having a venue like Apple to share our content was incredible. The audience was very receptive to our project and really enjoyed the music. We showed how we create audio and video content on a daily basis using Macs and how that positively affects our brand building process.”

The presentation included video biographies of participants like Chamblee-Hampton, Lenise Bent and Jennie Laws, samples of music from Jennah Bell and Ladysugar and a video summary of the Making Music Herstory project. Jennie Laws, a singer-songwriter native to Toronto, Canada captivated the audience with her live acoustic performance. With just her voice and guitar she treated everyone to a soulful serenade. Jennie personified the level of talent involved in Making Music Herstory with her musical showcase.

Throughout her discussion, Chamblee-Hampton communicated how building content with Apple computers and applications has increased her success as an entrepreneur in the entertainment business. Some of the applications Lisa and the team use to create Making Music Herstory content are Logic for music pre-production, Pro Tools on the Mac platform to record live musicians, Final Cut Studio for video editing and Keynote for presentations. They also use Glyph Technologies hard drives for their video assets and PMC studio monitors when mixing.

Audio Engineer Chamblee-Hampton has worked on several Grammy nominated projects for the likes of Prince, George Duke and Justin Timberlake. The Making Music Herstory brand represents a unique opportunity to produce content that uplifts, inspires and creates music from a 360° female perspective.

For more information or media inquiries please contact Lisa Chamblee-Hampton at 818.602.1888 or and for more information please visit

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