Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound.
We at Nerd Girls were so excited about our Girls Behind the Board episode, we wanted to find out more about how young women might get into this field. We interviewed an expert: Midge Costin, the Kay Rose Professor in the Art of Sound Editing at the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts. She just directed the upcoming documentary Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound. What are some of the most fun and interesting things you've done working in sound? On
Engineers Are Turning Data into Sound
Dr. Genevieve Williams. Source: University of Exeter Composers, programmers and engineers are combining art and science to create a better understanding of data through sonification. One example is a two-minute recording that portrays, with music, an image of the Mars sunrise as it was captured by the Opportunity rover on its 5,000th Martian day on the red planet. Dr. Genevieve Williams, of the University of Exeter, and her colleague, Dr. Domenico Vicinanza, director of the S
Meet Ginge Cox
Episode: S1 E2: The Girls Behind the Board Hometown: Santa Clarita, CA Occupation: Re-recording Artist Education: Undergrad at UCSD and grad school at USD Fun Fact: Her clients have included Kendall Jenner, George Takei, HBO, and more In the news: IMDb In the Mix: Cox merges the creative with the technical Social Media: Twitter Quote: "...I loved being part of the technical crew that helped the artist make it happen." Website: Auburn Audio Productions #NerdGirlNationGuest #So
Meet Laura Sisk
Episode: S1 E2: The Girls Behind the Board Hometown: Bay Area, Northern CA Occupation: Sound Engineer Education: Bachelor in recording arts at Jacob's School of Music at Indiana University Fun Fact: Won a Grammy for her work on the Taylor Swift Album "1989". She's worked with other platinum artists including Shakira and P!nk. In the news: Vice Huffpost Social Media: Instagram #NerdGirlNationGuest #Soundengineering #Entertainment #S1E2TheGirlsBehindtheBoard