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.
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.
Jellyvision Senior Sound Designer George Hufnagl’s Northwestern masterclass illustrates how sound enhances interactivity.
To find a career that lets her combine music, DJing, podcasting, and activist work, Hannah Viti ’20 pursues her MA in Sound Arts and Industries.
Philipp Gaissert ’19 shares what he learned while serving as a creative intern at an interactive software company.
Cara Ehlenfeldt ’19 tells the story of her summer internship, which led to a new career opportunity.
Northwestern Professor Bill Healy brings a unique view to his Documentary Radio class, which goes beyond the technical aspects of sound.
MA in Sound Arts and Industries Founder Jacob Smith explains how his new audio book/podcast combines his passions for music, sound, and history.