Susan Rogers is an auditory neuroscientist and was the sonic architect and record engineer behind some of Prince’s most iconic hits like “Purple Rain” and “When Doves Cry.” Join the author of This Is What It Sounds Like as she answers your burning questions about anything and everything related to music, and how you can take a bad song and make it better.
Susan Rogers has a PhD in psychoacoustics from McGill University (2010). Prior to her science career, Susan was a multiplatinum record maker best known for her work with Prince during his peak creative period (1983–1987). She is the first female recipient of the Music Producer’s Guild Award for Outstanding Contributions to U.K. Music. She teaches for Berklee College of Music. Her book on music listening, This Is What It Sounds Like: What the Music You Love Says About You, is available everywhere
Evan Low is an award winning music producer and music director who has most recently penned and produced the well-loved 2021 NDP Theme song The Road Ahead with Linying.