Interfacio’s very own Jo Hutchins was recently covered by PSN Europe, who in their own words “serve the European professional audio industry by delivering up-to-the-minute news, features and data – online, awards and in print”.

We’ve included the section covering Jo below and you can read the whole article by clicking the link at the end of this article.

 

Women in audio: Hear us roar
The audio industry is dominated by males, but women are now infiltrating every sector of sound and wielding their influence


MAY 5, 2017

In this special extended feature, we are celebrating women in audio and the diverse roles they occupy throughout the industry. From Mandy Parnell who battled discrimination early on in her career and who now owns mastering studio Black Saloon, to live FOH engineer Bryony October, who has mixed for crowds of 88,000. Then there’s RAK Studios manager Trisha Wegg, who was awarded an APRS Sound Fellowship and is behind initiatives to get more girls into the studio. There’s Jo Hutchins, who spent 10 years designing audio mixers, as a software engineer and project manager. And there’s Emma Penny, an OB sound engineer who has been the only woman in any department she has worked in; MPG Breakthrough Engineer winner Manon Grandjean; Nicki Fisher, who leads a sales team at intercoms developer Clear-Com.

Technical skills
Jo Hutchins studied electronic engineering at university and was one of three