In addition to our profiles of the 5%, we’ve gathered a collection of interviews and articles on women in audio and music.
Women in Audio – Music Blogs, Collectives, and Organizations
50+ All-women and feminist sound/music tech collectives, co-ops, non-profits – Here is a list of groups that centre and support women in music/sound/audio tech. It offers examples to help people interested in joining a group, or starting one locally.
FEMusician.com is for free training and resources for female artists
wosradio.com is a platform that plays music by female artists
woscommunity.com is our free community of over 3,100 female musicians and females working in the music industry on Facebook
THE DIY ARTIST BLOG Featuring Vanessa Silberman of A Diamond Heart Production and Carissa Johnson of Fuel Heart Productions. Each Friday they will be posting blogs on everything from self-booking & touring, Artwork, Social Media, Live Sound and Recording on minimal budgets and everything in-between.
No More All Male Panels – There is no shortage of qualified women who are ready and willing to speak on panels about their expertise. Here are a few lists to help you find candidates for diverse panels.
AWIT Council and CompTIA has put together The AWITTechGuide.
The AWITTechGuide is a one-stop place for people to explore groups dedicated to women and girls in technology.
Women in Audio
- Ebonie Smith Why are Female Producers Everywhere, Yes so Invisible?
- Live Sound Engineer Amanda Davis: Forging A Fearless Career Path
- 30 Under 30 – Rachel Rozzi – Audio Tech
- Meet The Woman Engineering Your Favorite South African Hip-Hop Releases
- Grammy’s Take Note – Women in Music
- Rhiannon Mair Interview – Multifaceted Music Production
- Road Warriors – Stories From The Touring Women Who Keep The Music Sounding Sweet
- Producer, songwriter, and gender diversity campaigner Carla Marie Williams
- The Nine: Alesia Hendley
- In the Studio with Sylvia Massy
- Top Engineer Ann Mincieli Rules the NYC Music Scene with Her Jungle City Studios
- Jeri Palumbo Thriving in the Hot Seat
- Erica Richstad, Manager, Applications Engineering At Dolby
- Taking The Initiative
- Noted monitor engineer and mentor/educator Karrie Keyes, in profile.
- How Freelance sound designer Ana Monte captured the sounds of war in a conflict zone
- Annette Cisneros – Working Behind Two Types of Desks – Offspring, Social Distortion, Alice in Chains
- Behind the Scenes at NPR West
- Jackie Green – VP of R&D/Engineering at Audio Technica
- Where Are All the Women Producers? Here Are Five Famous Ones
- Why are Female Record Producers So Rare
- The Sound Girls of Brazil
- Where are All the Women Record Producers
- The Five Percent: Profiles on Women in Audio
- Catherine Marks: Happy Accidents
- Be Unstoppable: The Attitude and Skills Required to Find Success as a Touring Sound Engineer
- Behind The Glass: An Interview with Producer/Engineer Trina Shoemaker
- Meet Jane Tattersal: Sound Supervisor for Penny Dreadful
- Meet Paula Fairfield Sound Designer on Game of Thrones
- Sounds Like Success: Sudhish Kamath
- Chez Stock: The Girl With The Audio Tattoo(s)
- Front and Center: Women’s Audio Mission Founder, Terri Winston
- Reflections on Production Sound, in the Company of Jan McLaughlin
- Beethoven’s Ninth in 5.1 Leslie Ann Jones, Wolfgang Fraissinet, Mike Pappas and a Lot of Digital Mics
- Lucy Johnstone – Sound Editor for Top Gear
- The Woman Behind The Oscar-Nominated Sound Of ‘Unbroken’
- Why Are There So Few Women in AV?
Women in Music
- Kim Gordon: Women aren’t allowed to be kick-ass, I refused to play the game
- LP Creating Music on her Terms
- Cordell Jackson
- Mayam Mahmoud
- Use What You Have: An Interview With Kim Gordon
- This is My Thing: An Interview With Kathleen Hanna
- Patti Smith: by Thurston Moore
- Punk has a Problem with Women. Why?
- What You Might Not Know about Shelia E.
- Carol Kaye is Paul McCartney’s Favorite Bass Player, He Just Doesn’t Know it was her.
- Bjork Talks Feminism