Welcome to episode #9 of HARMAN’s weekly podcast, Audio Matters, dedicated to all things audio. Every Thursday, Audio Matters brings together a diverse group of audio experts who join host Oisin Lunny to present fun, relevant, entertaining information on a variety of music and audio topics for listeners everywhere.

This week, we welcome four special guests of ‘SoundGirls’, an organization that strives to inspire and empower the next generation of women in audio:  Karrie Keyes, executive director and co-founder of Sound Girls, Jeri Palumbo, executive producer and A-list sporting event engineer, Leslie Ann Jones, engineer, sound mixer, and director of music at Skywalker Sound, and Michelle Sabolchick Pettinato, concert sound engineer and founder of Mixing Music Live. Together, they discuss their professions and how they’re inspiring the next generation of women in audio.

A few of the topics we’ll cover include how these gutsy women got to where they are, what they love about their jobs, and what specific professional challenges they’ve faced.

What’s the story and vision behind SoundGirls? What is their advice to women looking to break into the industry?  We’ll provide answers to all of these questions and many more in this episode of Audio Matters. Available below as well as on Podigee and all major podcast platforms including Apple Podcasts, iHeartRadio, Spotify, TuneIn, and Deezer.



Make sure to check out the specially curated playlist for this episode here on TIDAL.

Thanks for tuning in, and please join us again next week for episode #10 of Audio Matters, in which we’ll dive into the world of immersive audio and explore how the latest JBL QUANTUM headset range is setting a new benchmark for audio in gaming.

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