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Podcast by PSNEurope. We ask women working in the audio industry how they got to the prominent positions they're in today and the ways in which the pro audio sector can become - or is becoming - a more inclusive space. Updated every Tuesday.

Latest Episodes

#5 Broadcast engineer Ann Charles talks starting out on local radio and broadcasting from a warzone

Radio engineer and producer Ann Charles features on this week's episode of the PSNEurope Women in Audio podcast. Charles has had an amazingly eclectic career, from teaching radio journalism in New Zealand to working on broadcast community projects in South Sudan. She describes herself as being the "translator between the engineery tech people and the people who are actually using the technology". PSNEurope editor Dan Gumble and staff writer Tara Lepore also spoke to her about getting more girls into STEM subjects from an early age and some of the issues around being a freelancer in today’s industry.

29 MIN2018 APR 3
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#5 Broadcast engineer Ann Charles talks starting out on local radio and broadcasting from a warzone

#4 Producer Lauren Deakin Davies on using the studio as a tool and the industry's entry barriers

Producer and solo artist Lauren Deakin Davies has been trailblazing through the industry in the past couple of years. She won the NMG Producer of the Year award in 2017, was a panellist at Pro Sound’s PSNPresents networking and panel night in November last year and is the youngest ever female producer to have had music played on BBC Radio 2. She spoke to us about her highlights thus far, entry barriers facing those in the industry and the importance of the Music Producers Guild.

28 MIN2018 MAR 27
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#4 Producer Lauren Deakin Davies on using the studio as a tool and the industry's entry barriers

#3 Saffron Records founder Laura Lewis-Paul on role models and all-female sound engineering classes

For this week's episode of our Women in Audio podcast, we spoke to Laura Lewis-Paul, the creative director behind Bristol-based record label Saffron Records. Alongside the label, Lewis-Paul coordinates sound and engineering and music production classes for women in Bristol eager to get experience in audio production. She also spoke to PSNEurope editor Dan Gumble and staff writer Tara Lepore about the difference in female DJs' and female engineers' representation, "seeing your role models" and Bristol as a hub of creative opportunity. Follow us on Twitter @PSNEurope.

31 MIN2018 MAR 20
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#3 Saffron Records founder Laura Lewis-Paul on role models and all-female sound engineering classes

#2 Engineer Marta Salogni on mixing for Bjork and freelancing in a fickle industry

PSNEurope spoke to award-winning engineer Marta Salogni about her amazing career to date, which has recently seen her receive the 2018 Breakthrough Engineer of the Year title at this year's MPG Awards. She told us about freelancing in a fickle business, her beginnings working in live sound in small venues in Italy and flying to Iceland to mix for Bjork on her latest album Utopia.

31 MIN2018 MAR 12
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#2 Engineer Marta Salogni on mixing for Bjork and freelancing in a fickle industry

#1 Producer Catherine Marks talks mixing for St. Vincent and shares her tips for a successful career

Catherine Marks is in high demand, having just won the Producer of the Year accolade at the MPG Awards 2018. PSNEurope's Dan Gumble and Tara Lepore spoke to her about working from Miloco's Assault and Battery studios in north-west London, mixing on St. Vincent's 2017 album Masseduction and how female producers are now breaking through in a really big way. Follow us on Twitter @PSNEurope.

22 MIN2018 MAR 6
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#1 Producer Catherine Marks talks mixing for St. Vincent and shares her tips for a successful career
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Latest Episodes

#5 Broadcast engineer Ann Charles talks starting out on local radio and broadcasting from a warzone

Radio engineer and producer Ann Charles features on this week's episode of the PSNEurope Women in Audio podcast. Charles has had an amazingly eclectic career, from teaching radio journalism in New Zealand to working on broadcast community projects in South Sudan. She describes herself as being the "translator between the engineery tech people and the people who are actually using the technology". PSNEurope editor Dan Gumble and staff writer Tara Lepore also spoke to her about getting more girls into STEM subjects from an early age and some of the issues around being a freelancer in today’s industry.

29 MIN2018 APR 3
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#5 Broadcast engineer Ann Charles talks starting out on local radio and broadcasting from a warzone

#4 Producer Lauren Deakin Davies on using the studio as a tool and the industry's entry barriers

Producer and solo artist Lauren Deakin Davies has been trailblazing through the industry in the past couple of years. She won the NMG Producer of the Year award in 2017, was a panellist at Pro Sound’s PSNPresents networking and panel night in November last year and is the youngest ever female producer to have had music played on BBC Radio 2. She spoke to us about her highlights thus far, entry barriers facing those in the industry and the importance of the Music Producers Guild.

28 MIN2018 MAR 27
Comments
#4 Producer Lauren Deakin Davies on using the studio as a tool and the industry's entry barriers

#3 Saffron Records founder Laura Lewis-Paul on role models and all-female sound engineering classes

For this week's episode of our Women in Audio podcast, we spoke to Laura Lewis-Paul, the creative director behind Bristol-based record label Saffron Records. Alongside the label, Lewis-Paul coordinates sound and engineering and music production classes for women in Bristol eager to get experience in audio production. She also spoke to PSNEurope editor Dan Gumble and staff writer Tara Lepore about the difference in female DJs' and female engineers' representation, "seeing your role models" and Bristol as a hub of creative opportunity. Follow us on Twitter @PSNEurope.

31 MIN2018 MAR 20
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#3 Saffron Records founder Laura Lewis-Paul on role models and all-female sound engineering classes

#2 Engineer Marta Salogni on mixing for Bjork and freelancing in a fickle industry

PSNEurope spoke to award-winning engineer Marta Salogni about her amazing career to date, which has recently seen her receive the 2018 Breakthrough Engineer of the Year title at this year's MPG Awards. She told us about freelancing in a fickle business, her beginnings working in live sound in small venues in Italy and flying to Iceland to mix for Bjork on her latest album Utopia.

31 MIN2018 MAR 12
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#2 Engineer Marta Salogni on mixing for Bjork and freelancing in a fickle industry

#1 Producer Catherine Marks talks mixing for St. Vincent and shares her tips for a successful career

Catherine Marks is in high demand, having just won the Producer of the Year accolade at the MPG Awards 2018. PSNEurope's Dan Gumble and Tara Lepore spoke to her about working from Miloco's Assault and Battery studios in north-west London, mixing on St. Vincent's 2017 album Masseduction and how female producers are now breaking through in a really big way. Follow us on Twitter @PSNEurope.

22 MIN2018 MAR 6
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#1 Producer Catherine Marks talks mixing for St. Vincent and shares her tips for a successful career
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