Kelvin Boddie ’22 shares his sound design and engineering experiences as part of The Battlefields of Clara Barton, a recent Northwestern theater production.
Thanks to behind-the-scenes work of the Northwestern EPICS office, three students designed and edited sound for Rounding, which is set for release in 2022.
Shaun Yee ’21 wanted a degree that would enrich his capabilities not only as a sound designer but also as a filmmaker.
Indian Sound Cultures, Indian Sound Citizenship expands and challenges sound concepts while sharing aspects of South Asian culture and society.
Choreographer-turned-sound-designer Erica Ricketts ’21 is earning an MA in Sound Arts and Industries to forge a new career path that combines her love for dance, sound arts, and film.
After losing touch with her own creative practices, Regina Martinez ’21 wanted a degree that would help her turn ideas into reality.
For Libby Lussenhop ’22, all signs pointed to the MA in Sound Arts and Industries program as she looked for a way to create a future for herself in sound.
Video game soundtracks from the mid-2000s inspired Andrew Littleton ’21 to pursue a career in sound design and production.
Founded in 2013, the Sound Studies Listening Group is still going strong and holding virtual collaborative listening sessions in 2020 and beyond.
Taking the Long Way Home: New Advisory Board Member’s Successful Hip-Hop Career Leads to a Life in Academia
Jabari Evans—the rapping half of hip-hop duo Kidz in the Hall and PhD candidate in Northwestern’s School of Communication Studies—joins the MA in Sound Arts and Industries program as a new advisory board member.