New York, NY (September 21, 2007)–PostWorks, New York has signed-up re-recording mixer and supervising sound editor Christopher Koch, formerly of Sony Music Studios, as a staff sound designer/mixer. The move reunites Koch with his former colleague, Paul Furedi, who also recently joined PostWorks from Sony’s recently closed music facility.
Koch will make his home in one of the two new mix rooms just coming online at PostWorks’ Soho location. The latest expansions bring the total number of PostWorks’ Sound Group mixing rooms to nine, with five in Midtown and four in Soho.
A 1995 graduate from Duquesne University School of Music, Koch began his career at CD mastering house Digital Dynamics Audio, while also completing two European tours as part of the award-winning chamber choir, the Duquesne Chamber Singers. Since joining Sony Music Studios in 1998, he has contributed his talents to major television, theatrical and album projects for Sony, MTV, VH1, CBS, NBC, HBO, Columbia Records and J Records, among others.
Career highlights to date include serving as sound editor for the 2003 Oscar-nominated documentary feature Tupac: Resurrection; as sound mixer for the Made in Heaven – The Making of Kind of Blue featurette on Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue DVD release; as sound mixer for the MTV2 $2 Bill concert series featuring Kanye West, DMX, Method Man, Ludacris, System of a Down, Daddy Yankee and My Chemical Romance; and as contributing audio post mixer for Tony Bennett: An American Classic, which aired on NBC last year and was just awarded the 2007 Emmy Award for Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Music or Variety Show.
PostWorks’ Sound Group also offers the talents of award-winning staff audio engineers Pat Donahue, Matt Foglia CAS, Paul Furedi, Billy Gardner, Andrew Kay, Benny Mouthon, Jared Seidman and Lou Teti.
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