Signal Flow is a Live Sound workshop by Sus.Media in collaboration with Female Frequency and Soundgirls with the aim of removing gender stigmas from technical professions in the arts. Live sound engineering is a fascinating profession that provides artists with the reinforcement they need to truly shine. While women are currently underrepresented in this creative, technical field, we are witnessing more and more women taking on jobs in audio. Join us as we present the technical and creative aspects of this profession, encompassing everything from the physics of sound to the best way to bring forward the emotions of a song, while reinforcing the fact that there is no job a woman can’t do!
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Start time: 8PM
Female Frequency is a community dedicated to empowering female, transgender & non-binary artists through the creation of music that is entirely female generated.
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SoundGirls empowers the next generation of women in audio by establishing networks of support, mentorships, internships, and job placement.
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Imoni Cole-Palmer is a tönmeister and classically trained musician born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. With a Bachelor of Science from SUNY Fredonia’s rigorous Sound Recording Technology program, she has studied physics, acoustics, electronics, and admittedly likes math more than most people. From live concerts to theatre, A/V, television, and post-production, there are few areas of sound that she hasn’t taken by storm though she specializes in, and is relentlessly driven by, concert production and the curation of the ideal audience experience.