In addition to our own interviews, we’ve collected some links to other websites/interviews with women in sound, their stories and work, here:

Orla Murphy, Audio Engineer for Land Rover Jaguar. Orla gained a Masters Degree in Electronics with Music at the University of Glasgow. Read her interview with WISE on their website and take a look at this video on IET’s website, where Orla talks about her role.

Engineer producer, Trina Shoemaker who has engineered and produced artists such as Sheryl Crow and Queens of the Stone Age in an interview with WIMN.

Sound Works video interview with Leslie Ann Jones, Sound Engineer and Director of Music and Scoring at Skywalker Sound! Who said Star Wars for for guys??

Interview on the Soundgirls’ website with founder Karrie Keyes who plays a very active role in the Soundgirls organisation. Karrie, who has worked with Neil Young, Sonic Youth and Fugazi among others, was the live monitor engineer for RHCP for 10 years and Pearl Jam for almost 25 years. Here she talks about getting into live sound, touring and gives some advice for getting work.

Interview in Tape Op with Terri Winston, musician, sound engineer and founder of Women’s Audio Mission. Terri has played shows with The Pixies, Throwing Muses and PJ Harvey, amongst others. She has a degree in Electrical Engineering and in addition to running the various activities and programs at WAM, Terri is also an HE sound lecturer.

Indiewire interview with the female sound team on La La Land, Mildred Iatrou Morgan and Ai-Ling Lee. They are the first female sound team to be nominated for an Oscar and in this interview, they tell the The Hollywood Reporter why they want to see more females in these roles.

Tape Op Interview with engineer Susan Rogers who has worked with Crosby, Stills and Nash, David Byrne and Barenaked Ladies and many others – most famously, Prince. She talks about that and her work now as a professor at Berklee College of Music.

Sound on Sound magazine interview with engineer/producer Rosina Ncube and her thoughts on sexism in sound careers.

Fox59 article on Laura Sisk, engineer on Taylor Swift’s album, 1989, and the importance of being credited for her contribution to the Grammy winning album.

Electronic musician, Grimes talks production with Future Music Magazine and why she got into doing it herself.