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January 01, 2013

Ed Greene, Sound

After spending some years mixing records, Ed Greene moved into television sound in the early 1970s to assist many of the artists he was recording. Since then he has worked primarily in television production and postproduction sound, along with system design and consultation. He was a partner in Greene-Crowe and Company, a remote facilities company, and was responsible for designing the audio area of several trailers used primarily for production television, not sports. Greene was also a consultant and mixer at Complete Post and designed the company’s original post-audio rooms. He has participated in various educational seminars and was an instructor for 11 years in a recording arts summer program at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York. For the Television Academy, he has served several terms as a member of Sound Peer Group Executive Committee and continues to work in television production and postproduction. He is a past recipient of the Cinema Audio Society career achievement award and has been honored with 21 Primetime Emmys.

After spending some years mixing records, Ed Greene moved into television sound in the early 1970s to assist many of the artists he was recording. Since then he has worked primarily in television production and postproduction sound, along with system design and consultation. He was a partner in Greene-Crowe and Company, a remote facilities company, and was responsible for designing the audio area of several trailers used primarily for production television, not sports. Greene was also a consultant and mixer at Complete Post and designed the company’s original post-audio rooms. He has participated in various educational seminars and was an instructor for 11 years in a recording arts summer program at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York. For the Television Academy, he has served several terms as a member of Sound Peer Group Executive Committee and continues to work in television production and postproduction. He is a past recipient of the Cinema Audio Society career achievement award and has been honored with 21 Primetime Emmys.

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