PostWorks, New York's renowned
post-production boutique in midtown Manhattan is very happy to
welcome veteran sound designer and mixer Paul Furedi to its
A 1991 graduate of SUNY Binghamton, where he earned B.A.
degrees in Mathematics and Music, Furedi began his career at
Pittsburgh Digital creating two-track recordings of small-
group classical and jazz artists. He landed at Sony Music
Studios in 1993, and has spent the past fourteen years there,
mixing hundreds of spots, countless high-profile TV specials
and series, dozens of DVDs for Sony artists, and scores of
promotional projects. He also contributed to every Sony NARM
Convention presentation from 1994 to 2006. In the field of
television, he has sound edited and mixed programming for
virtually every major network, including A&E, the BBC, Bravo,
CBS, CNN, Comedy Central, Court TV, Discovery, E!, ESPN, Fox,
GSN, HBO, MTV, NBC, The Disney Channel, The Hallmark Channel,
The History Channel, The Sundance Channel and The Travel
Channel, among many others. Projects featuring his mixes
span reality, documentary, musical, sports and dramatic
programming, with highlights which include numerous
"I am very impressed by the high level of professionalism and
standard of quality maintained by Postworks," he said. "I've
always aimed for perfection in my work, and I feel this is an
environment where I can attain my goals."
As his first project for PostWorks, Furedi is completing
audio work he began at Sony on the 2007 theatrical release of
"The Gates," Antonio Ferrera and Albert Maysles' documentary,
for which PostWorks created the Digital Intermediate. "The
Gates" had its world premiere at the 2007 Tribeca Film
Festival earlier this year.
PostWorks, New York's Sound group – which shares resources
between its midtown and Soho locations – offers the talents
of award-winning staff audio engineers Pat Donahue, Matt
Foglia, Billy Gardner, Andrew Kay, Benny Mouthon, Jared
Seidman and Lou Teti, along with Paul Furedi.
PostWorks' full-service midtown facility houses five sound
mixing studios, each powered by Digidesign's Grammy Award-
winning ProTools technology. Avid Symphony online editor Ed
Kulzer is also a full-time member of its roster.