Audrey Martinovich, sound engineer
Women in Music Technology that You Don't Know, But Should!
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Women make up just 3% - 5% of recording engineers and producers but that hasn’t stopped them from making incredible contributions to the advancement of the science and art of music production. Watch Audrey Martinovih and Iva Ugrcic engage in a fun and educational discussion about the state of the industry, some of the reasons behind the large gender gap, and learn about phenomenal women behind the console such as Wendy Carlos, Linda Perry and Sylvia Massy!
In 2012, Audrey's professional recording career began at Audio for the Arts, a Wisconsin-based recording studio specializing in acoustic music, where she quickly became a trusted engineer for several clients in the Midwest and beyond. From recording live stand-up albums for Comedy Central, to recording concerts on a stage floating in the middle of a lake for Reebok, Audrey has done a bit of everything. Intrigued by unusual acoustic environments, Audrey especially loves recording musicians anywhere from silos to cavernous basements.
In 2017, she became the first female contributor to Pro Tools Expert, with articles focusing on tips for recording live performances and acoustic instruments. In 2018, Audrey was a finalist to receive the award for Breakthrough Studio Engineer from Pro Sound Europe. She has spoken and been on panels at Between the Waves Music Conferences, Empowering Women in Audio Clinics, and E-Women’s Network. Audrey is a Warm Audio artist, and member of SoundGirls, AES, and a voting member of the Recording Academy.