To become a well-rounded sound professional, Brooke Wyatt ’23 decided to build on her music performance background by earning an MA in Sound Arts and Industries.
After becoming too comfortable in his own recording studio, Blake Sokoloff ’23 decided to stretch his skills by earning an MA in Sound Arts and Industries.
After years of performing music, Sam Clapp ’18 pursued a master’s degree that would help him improve his recording and production skills.
The MA in Sound Arts and Industries program is helping Michael Turner ’23 explore new career opportunities in sound beyond bass trombone performance.
When Aaron Robinson ’21 took a break from managing tours during COVID-19, he decided to invest in a master’s degree to make new industry connections.
Composer visits Northwestern to showcase how he uses 24 small speakers to create a sound stage in front of an audience.
Meredith Haines ’20 says the MA in Sound Arts and Industries program helped her conceptualize her work and explain the “why” behind sound projects.
Assistant Professor of Instruction David Chavannes invites students to think like historians as they create sound.
Influential guest speakers lead student discussions about the emerging field of music supervision.
As he worked on foley and sound effects for the new West Side Story, Gary Rydstrom says his job was to support the music featured in the Oscar-nominated film.