It’s easy to miss the SoundGirls news and blogs, so we have put together a round-up of the blogs, articles, and news from the past week. You can keep up to date and read more at SoundGirls.org
March Feature Profile
It’s estimated that less than five percent of all audio professionals are women. In August 2018, Spotify created the EQL Residency in partnership with Berklee College of Music. Half a year later, it’s loud and clear that this program is supporting hands-on career development for female studio engineers.
Women in the U.S. Music Industry: Obstacles and Opportunities. Download the four-page infographic summary. The Berklee Institute for Creative Entrepreneurship, the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment, and Women in Music (WIM) partnered together to create the first study of its kind in the U.S., “Women in the U.S. Music Industry: Obstacles and Opportunities.”
SoundGirls is honored to be part of EIPMA.
SoundGirls wants to thank April Tucker and Jett Galindo (our EIPMA representatives) for all their hard work getting EIPMA off the ground!.
EIPMA is a national organization of experienced, working professionals offering career guidance for individuals seeking craft and technical careers in the entertainment industry. EIPMA is a collaboration between multiple entertainment industry organizations including: American Cinema Editors (ACE), Audio Engineering Society (Los Angeles Section) (AES), Avid, Cinema Audio Society (CAS), Hollywood Professional Association (HPA), Motion Picture Sound Editors (MPSE), Recording Academy, Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers® (SMPTE),SoundGirls, Visual Effects Society (VES)
EIPMA’s opening event for teachers will be in May 2019 (in Los Angeles) with school events starting Fall 2019.