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.
Kevin Cagnolatti ’21 continues to learn about sound—even as he teaches undergraduate and graduate students what he knows about production and post-production.
Northwestern Lecturer Chris Mercer creates an album that reflects his interests in musicalizing natural selection through animal sounds.
To assist with career development virtually, EPICS Assistant Director Katherine Lelek is finding unique ways to keep MA in Sound Arts and Industries students engaged.
MA in Sound Arts and Industries Co-Founder and Director Jacob Smith’s History of the Recording Industry course provides students with a deep understanding of the history of the industry while also connecting them with frontline professionals.
Lecturer Calum Walter and Instructor Alex Inglizian offer insight into how they’ve pivoted to recreate sound classes online amid COVID-19.
Using Hitchcock’s Rear Window as inspiration, Associate Director Neil Verma created a class where students make audio dramas centered on the film.