Susan Rogers holds a doctoral degree in experimental psychology from McGill University, but prior to her career in science, Susan was a multiplatinum-earning record producer, engineer, mixer and audio technician.
She is best known for her work with Prince during the early to mid 80s, working on albums such as Sign O’ the Times, but production and engineering credits also include David Byrne, Barenaked Ladies, The Jacksons, Geggy Tah, Nil Lara, Robben Ford, Tricky, Michael Penn, and Jeff Black.
She is currently a professor in the departments of Music Production & Engineering and Liberal Arts at Berklee College of Music, Boston, where she teaches psychoacoustics, record production and analog recording techniques.
Susan is the director of the Berklee Music Perception and Cognition Laboratory for investigating the influence of musical training on the auditory pathway. She is currently authoring a book on music listening for W. W. Norton, NYC.