Becki Whitton is an engineer, songwriter and producer working out of Melbourne’s Rolling Stock Recording Rooms. She works in a range of styles from pop and hip hop (Allday, Memphis LK) to ambient and experimental music (Brambles, Rainbow Chan), and has received ARIA and Australian Women In Music Award nominations for her engineering efforts. For the last five years she has managed sound for Girls Rock! Camp ACT.
In her solo electronic-choral project Aphir, Becki has been hailed as part of ‘Australia’s new wave of female electronic innovators’ and has performed around Australia and internationally including performances at Music Tech Fest (Berlin), Denmark Arts (WA), and Falls Festival.