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Women in Pro Audio Vol. 4: Cookie Marenco, Producer/Engineer, Founder of Blue Coast Records

Women in Pro Audio Vol. 4: Cookie Marenco, Producer/Engineer, Founder of Blue Coast Records | Women in the Audio Industry | Scoop.it
[With more than 20 years in the music industry, Cookie Marenco’s creative and technical skills have touched almost every aspect of the music and audio bu
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Women’s Audio Mission Levels the Pro Audio Playing Field | Performer Magazine

Women’s Audio Mission Levels the Pro Audio Playing Field | Performer Magazine | Women in the Audio Industry | Scoop.it
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Women account for less than 5 percent of producers and engineers — but maybe not for long

Women account for less than 5 percent of producers and engineers — but maybe not for long | Women in the Audio Industry | Scoop.it
This story has been edited from its published form in order to clarify that Trina Shoemaker is the first, but not only, woman to win a Grammy for engineering.
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Women changing face of audio engineering

Women changing face of audio engineering | Women in the Audio Industry | Scoop.it
A San Francisco group called Women's Audio Mission is helping put more women to work in the male-dominated field of audio engineering.
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Amber Joyce's curator insight, November 10, 8:20 PM

This article discusses how  the audio field is mostly dominated by men but women are working to make a break through within it. It talks about influencing young women to join the industry by educating them about it at a younger age. This helps to show all the uneducated women a new line of work they can pursue in the future. I also really like that in this article it describes a particular situation where the owner of a company actually wanted to hire a woman to help build and test speakers because he believed women worked better in the field.