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Rock your zines!

April 9, 2019

For this Soundgirls article I explore the world of zines and how they relate to Women in Audio.

https://soundgirls.org/zines-are-a-riot/

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MichiganTech Soundgirls

March 13, 2019

My alma mater does some pretty cool stuff, even with the snow.

https://soundgirls.org/winter-carnival-at-michigan-tech/

Soundgirls on Wikipedia Pt. 2

February 12, 2019

Another helpful guide for incorporating more women engineers in your life.

https://soundgirls.org/editing-soundgirls-into-wikipedia-part-2/

Here is part 1: https://frydii.wordpress.com/2018/07/06/editing-women-into-the-anthologies-of-film-and-media/

Vacationing with your Ears

January 28, 2019

Instead of focusing your vacation on just your eyes or, to be honest, your stomach, why not add a new sensory experience to your travels?

My newest Soundgirls blog is about the different options for sonic tourism:

https://soundgirls.org/sonic-tourism/

Getting Your Studio Disaster-Ready

November 14, 2018

I share some pointers on disaster preparedness. While I walked away fine from Hurricane Florence, I will still use the same guide for future storms. Also there are more resources out there, but are often regional-specific, so do your research.

https://soundgirls.org/prepping-your-studio-for-a-hurricane/

Soundgirls at Mix: Sound for Film and Television 2018

October 31, 2018

https://soundgirls.org/soundgirls-at-mix-sound-for-film/

I went again to Mix Sound for Film at Sony Pictures in California, this time I wrote about it for Soundgirls.

Donating what I could to Hurricane Recovery

October 8, 2018

Hurricane Florence hit my current home of New Bern pretty hard.  My family was lucky to not have any damage from the storm, and the studio I work at was also unscathed.  When GEM Productions approached me to help out with a benefit concert, I jumped at the chance.  Together with Patrick Edwards at Calico Sound, I mixed the sound for the event.  The secondary stage (outdoors) for the beginning of the night was set up for small acoustic duo and single acts (Adam Hill and Carolina Sky), the inside main stage was set up for full bands (Big Jim Kohler and Hot Buttered Grits).  I focused on the secondary stage, and assisted on the main stage.  The event raised over $2,600 (not including other donations) and fed at least 400 people.  In our small community that was a success.

In other publications:

http://www.newbernsj.com/news/20181004/cultural-community-steps-up-to-help-with-hurricane-relief

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