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Dec 22

Written by: masterblogger
12/22/2010 9:02 AM  RssIcon

EQ’s Big Score

I realize that magazine personnel changes are probably not the most exciting thing in the world to the average reader, but there’s a reason I’m very, very happy to announce that Sarah Jones has taken the helm as EQ’s new Editor. I’ve known Sarah for years, even before she became Editor of Mix magazine, and in a few short weeks, she’s proven herself to be a tremendous asset. Sarah’s a hands-on type of person, and she lives what we cover—she’s on the board of governors of the San Francisco chapter of the Recording Academy (NARAS), works with the TEC Foundation, and is active with many music and recording nonprofits. She’s the author of the essential career guide Assistant Engineer Handbook: Gigs In the Recording Studio and Beyond (Schirmer); she’s edited dozens of music and audio books, and written hundreds of interviews and articles about music recording, tour production, sound for picture, and audio technology.

But what illuminates all her writing isn’t just a journalist mindset—she’s been a musician for 30 years, and while saying “I like all kinds of music” is a cliché, with her, it’s reality. Granted, her track record would be enough to make her a perfect match for EQ, but what’s really important doesn’t show up in a bio: Attitude. Sarah is quick, smart, humorous, and has a can-do attitude where she makes things happen— and even makes it look easy.

Please join me in welcoming Sarah to the magazine, because she’s going to help take EQ to another level—and that’s good news for all of us.

Craig Anderton, EQ Executive Editor

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