Based on Copeland’s Master’s Thesis research in Communication & Culture, This is the Sound of my Voice is a three-part audio documentary exploring the experiences and voices of Toronto radio women, sonified.

Amplify Podcast Network aims to encourage collaboration and experimentation via the medium of scholarly podcasting. Copeland is the supervising producer and project manager of Amplify Podcast Network. She also hosts the network’s monthly audio blog Amplified

The SpokenWeb Podcast – What does literature sound like? What stories will we hear if we listen to the archive? This is Spokenweb, a podcast about how literatures sounds. Part of the SSHRC Funded SpokenWeb partnership.

SSHRC Storytellers Finalist –  The collaborative audio storytelling short “Sound Is Not A Waste Product” is a finalist for the SSHRC Storytellers competition 2020/2021. It is part of Dr. Milena Droumeva’s SSHRC funded research project “Soundscapes of Livability: Exploring the design of the livable city”.

Speaking In and Listening Out is a soundscape project centered on voice, as extension of the body through sound. The plurality and uniqueness of voice, becomes re/materialized through on-site recording and on-demand re/amplification at AMAS16.

Under the supervision of PI Dr. Droumeva, Livable Soundscapes proposes that listening to the city can be an intervention into both the narratives of liveability and the processes by which community is formed in terms of sensory design. 

FemRadio is a feminist radio show based in Toronto, Canada. Hosted and produced by CJRU staff and volunteers. FemRadio aims to tell stories of rad women making a difference in our community.

 

The Stiegl Hidden Studio Sessions (Indie88) feature intimate ‘live’ sessions in a secret Toronto location. Studio engineering and audio post by Copeland, the sessions are produced by Indie88.1, an award-winning radio station in Toronto, Canada.

Untold Noise explores Toronto’s noise punk community and the city’s place within the music industry as an emerging mecca of creativity and art. Stacey Copeland led audio production as audio director and executive producer.

What if the history of sound recording was based on the ‘voice’ of the machine, the sound technology, rather than the content produced? The (Re)sound project looks to archive the voices of recording technologies through the audio capture of their electromagnetic and mechanical noise.

Here you will find various Text + Sound Experiments i’ve conducted over the years. They range from binaural soundscapes to short stories, to poetry and collective experimentation. I truly believe in play and in vulnerability as key to a better creative practice and to a better world. I offer here a bit of both in good spirit.

Projects in the Works (2022- )

  • 2022-2024 Contract with U of Alberta for new learning podcast series.
  • 2023 – Audio documentary series based on my Ph.D. dissertation work into queer feminist audio media. 
  • Open to new projects and collaborations.

Available for Project Work On…

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Radio/Podcast

  • Audio Production
  • Voice Over
  • Interviews + Hosting
  • Transcription
  • Project Management
  • Copywriting
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Research

  • Audience
  • Culture
  • Communications
  • Soundscapes
  • Gender and Identity
  • Radio History
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Field/Audio Post

  • Audio Production
  • Audio Engineering
  • Live off the Floor
  • Field Recording
  • In Studio
  • Mixing/Foley/ADR

Interested In Working On A Project?