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Girls on Film: Navigating gender equality in audio post

Jessie Anne Spence, ADR Supervisor on romantic dramedy and satirical telenovela Jane the Virgin, opens up about gender equality in audio post and her role on a show that heavily promotes women both on and off screen… — It’s probably no secret that the CW hit series Jane the Virgin …

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Read the July | August issue of AMI online now

The July | August edition of Audio Media International is now available to read online. In this issue, we find out how the Mortal Kombat 11 sound design teams wiped the slate clean to come up with a completely fresh audio experience, and one of the most cinematic video game …

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SoundGirls announces The Ethel Gabriel Scholarship

SoundGirls is recognising music producer Ethel Gabriel’s contributions to the music industry and for paving the way for future generations of women working in music production. In honour of Ethel Gabriel, SoundGirls will be awarding two $500 scholarships to members pursuing a career in the recording arts. These scholarships will …

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Breaking the Mould: Mastering Engineer Emily Lazar on her recent Grammy win

Emily Lazar has been working hard to promote inclusivity of women in the music industry, and earlier this year became the first ever female mastering engineer to win a Grammy for her work on Beck’s “Colors” album. Here, AMI speaks to Lazar about making her mark in history… — You’ve …

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