If you're interested in what I've been up to lately, check out the News section of What I'm Thinking aka my blog.

 

Sometimes I write for Tape Op Magazine and Pink Noise. Here is some of my writing and press about my work:

Spoke with Gino Robair about restoration plug-ins for Electronic Musician (2017)

Featured in Women In Sound print zine, Issue 3 (2016)

Thoughts on SPL Iron Mastering Compressor for Tape Op (2016)

Feature in Womyn In Music (2016)

Working Class Audio podcast, hosted by Matt Boudreau (2016)

On “Sonic Archaeology” for GRAMMY Pro (2016)

Video on Cleaning up The Complete Concert By the Sea tape (2015)

“Ask the Experts” interview with Indie Preserves (2015)

Pure2 Master AD/DA Converter & Clock Review for Tape Op (2015)

The Art And Aesthetics of Audio Restoration for Pink Noise (2104)

Remixing Mickey Newbury’s Looks Like Rain for Tape Op (2011)

The B2 Bomber ADC & DAC Review for Tape Op (2010)

Isochrone OCX and 10M Clock Generators Review for Tape Op (2008)

 

Sometimes I present at conferences, such as:

Music Expo SF 2016 - Workshop on how to Never Lose Your Work Again (spoiler: back it up)

AES LA 2016 - Panel on collaboration among archives and record labels with Jamie Howarth (Plangent Processes), Michael Graves (Osiris Studio), Cheryl Pawelski (Omnivore Records) and Steve Rosenthal (Magic Shop Studios)

SXSW 2016 - Preservation Tips for DIY Labels and Indie Musicians, with Norie Guthrie, Scott Carlson (Rice University) and Sean Borhman (Burger Records)

ARSC 2015 - Pre-conference workshop on Planning and Executing Your Grant-Funded Project

EMP Pop Con 2015 - Technological and Aesthetic (In)Correctness in Ata Kak's Obaa Sima

Skidmore College 2015 - lecture and performance on Reviving, Restoring and Reimagining the Music Archive, with Jocelyn Arem and Steve Rosenthal

The New School Minute 2015 - 60 second lecture* on Technological and Aesthetic (In)Correctness in Recorded Music (*bummer, they edited out a word and messed up the context)

ARSC 2014 - The Caffè Lena History Project, with Jocelyn Arem

EMP Pop Con 2014 - The Geography of Music Archiving round table discussion with Holly George-Warren, Kevin Strait, Timothy Anne Burnside and Charles Cross