Professor Gascia Ouzounian was recently interviewed for Girls Twiddling Knobs, a podcast for female identifying musicians eager to start self-recording their music, hosted by Isobel Anderson, and featuring fascinating guest episodes with women making music with technology. In this episode, Isobel interviews Gascia about her new book, Stereophonica, and they explore how the way in which we hear sound spatially is constantly evolving and changing.
Gascia is Associate Professor of Music at the University of Oxford, and Fellow and Tutor in Music at Lady Margaret Hall. Her research interests include experimental practices in music and sound art; urban sound; sound and space; and new technologies in music. She is the author of Stereophonica: Sound and Space in Science, Technology, and the Arts (MIT Press 2020), and has contributed articles to leading journals of music, art, and architecture, including Computer Music Journal, Organised Sound, Leonardo Music Journal, Journal of Visual Culture, Journal of Architecture & Culture and Journal of the Society for American Music. She serves on the editorial board for the Journal of the Royal Musical Association and is assistant editor of Evental Aesthetics. Aesthetics.
Listen to the episode in full on the The Female DIY Musician website.
Find out more about Sterephonica on the MIT Press website.