Who We Are
An endorsee of YSL Pro, Lisa is an award-winning creator and entrepreneur operating LPM production studio in Toronto, Canada where she works as a producer-engineer, songwriter-musician, string-horn arranger. LPM Artist Development Program successes include Honey Jam 2023 artist Izzy al Jabri, Warner Records signing Alex Frew & ISC semi-finalist Nova Carver-Cook. Producer & Engineer highlights over past year include Alysha Brilla's album Circle; co-prods with 2 X Juno-award winning Producer Michael Lantz (Charmaine, Jazz Cartier) and 5 indie singles and 2 EP releases. As an artist Lisa toured Europe, India, NA & Mexico and released 4 albums and 5 videos - including a Top Ten charting single in The Benelux that garnered a Rough Trade distribution deal.
Lisa is a trailblazer of equity and inclusion initiatives: she presented the first-ever Canadian industry panel of female & non-binary producers in 2017 at Six Shooter's IBOG; and in 2018 curated & moderated CMW's first gender inclusive producer panel as well as presented H.E.R. studio Sound Production series for women & non-binary producers. A core value is providing a welcoming studio environment for female, queer, BIPOC creatives - esteemed artists who've graced her studio include Elliot Page, Melissa Laveaux; Calypso Rose; Lido Pimienta; Alysha Brilla; Shanika Maria; Medicine Song Woman Brenda MacIntyre; Lillian Allen. Lisa is alumni of Music Publishers Canada Women In The Studio Program 2019 cohort.
Acclaimed as part of the new generation of Toronto’s most sought-after professional audio engineers and producers, Beau Cassidy (they/them, he/him) is a leader in setting the standard for a new generation of music and audio experts. Beau works as an independent contractor for Bedtracks, Venus Fest and for Universal Music’s 80A Studios and a variety of musical artists and clients. Beau’s production style is a mix of uptempo pop-electronic and punk/emo-influenced indie. He has been coordinating Pro song works camps for Songwriters Association of Canada over the past 2 years.
Hailing from west coast of Canada, Grace Chiang is one part ambitious creative, one part methodical idea architect. From classical pianist to civil engineer to assistant audio engineer at Vancouver's Echoplant Recording Studios she now blazes a trail as producer and songwriter. Recent highlights include: selected producer/songwriter for Songwriters Assoc of Canada Pro Songworks Camp at Universal Music 80A studio in Toronto 2023; selected producer for Music Publishers Canada's Women in the Studio national accelerator 2022; finalist in Music BC's Canadian Songwriter Challenge 2021. She also participated in the RBC Launchpad Entrepreneurship program and She Is The Music's Connect Together mentorship.Grace is a passionate advocate for music industry women and underrepresented artists and is involved in conferences, showcases and professional development initiatives.Recent highlights include being associate producer for Vancouver Asian Film Festival's Asians in Music sync summit, and stage manager for East By Northwest Global Summit.
Grace's personality and fresh pop production sound embody the dichotomy between an individualist dream-chaser and the pragmatic realism of a second-generation Chinese-Canadian.