Northwestern graduate Adam Sachs talks about what it’s like working behind the scenes on the popular “Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend” podcast.
Category: Guest Speakers
Chicago sound artist and educator Olivia Block previews her November 19 workshop about working with archival sound.
Jennifer Stoever, author of The Sonic Color Line: Race and the Cultural Politics of Listening, discusses how sound studies, race and gender intersect.
Northwestern Alum Tom Myers reflects on his time as a student and how it shaped his sound career.
An interview with the co-creators and hosts of the 90-second podcast ‘The World According to Sound’ ahead of their live recording at Northwestern on October 17.
Jon Tatooles discusses his successes, his challenges and how Northwestern established the foundation for his career.
Sound arts pioneer Annea Lockwood spoke with Northwestern students about the discipline and two of her installations.
Students hear from Harmonix, one of the world’s leading game development studios.
Northwestern alumna and accomplished voiceover artist Tish Hicks returned to campus on April 28 to lead a masterclass and mock recording session.
An interview with Johanna Zorn on the early days of the Third Coast Festival and how podcasting is changing the art of the radio documentary.