Women in Audio

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Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2020 - Sound - 316 pages

Women in Audiofeatures almost 100 profiles and stories of audio engineers who are women and have achieved success throughout the history of the trade. Beginning with a historical view, the book covers the achievements of women in various audio professions, then focuses on organizations that support and train women and girls in the industry. What follows are eight chapters divided by discipline highlighting accomplished women in various audio fields: radio, sound for film and television, music recording and electronic music, hardware and software design, acoustics, live sound and sound for theater, education, audio for games, virtual reality, augmented reality, and mixed reality as well as immersive sound.

Women in Audiois a valuable resource for professionals of all levels, educators and students looking to gain insight into the careers of trailblazing women in audio-related fields and represents required reading for those looking to add diversity to their music technology programs.

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About the author (2020)

Leslie Gaston-Bird (AMPS, MPSE) is an audio engineer, Governor-at-Large for the Audio Engineering Society, and member of the Recording Academy. She has worked for National Public Radio (Washington, D.C.), Colorado Public Radio, the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, Post Modern Company, and the University of Colorado Denver.

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