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Ep 46 - Sound Designers of Nat Geo's "Cosmos: Possible Worlds" Share Their Secrets, Greg King & Jonathan Greasle‪y‬ American Filmmaker

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Greg King started King Soundworks when he was 21. His hope was to create a place that would be home to the most creative sound people he could find, and feels lucky to say he’s reached that goal. Greg has been the sound designer and/or re-recording mixer on over 70 films including The Founder, Hancock, Friday Night Lights and The Insider, which received an Academy Award nomination for Best Sound. His television credits include Cosmos: Possible Worlds, Jane the Virgin, The Long Road Home, Parenthood, among numerous others.

Jonathan Greasley Jon Greasley is an award-nominated, Los Angeles-based sound designer, re-recording mixer, and musician. His obsession with sound spans back to the early ‘90s, recording and manipulating audio on a Tascam four-track, and evolving soon after to DAWs on homemade PCs. His band, Apartment 26, toured and recorded across the United States and Europe, working with Grammy-winning producers and engineers, and garnering a platinum disc for the Mission Impossible II soundtrack. Expanding his passion for both music and post-production, Jon now works exclusively for King Soundworks as a sound designer and re-recording mixer for TV and film. His work includes HULU’s The Path, Fox’s The Orville, National Geographic’s Cosmos: Possible Worlds and The Long Road Home, SyFy’s Nightflyers (the previous two of which were nominated for an MPSE Golden Reel for Achievement in Sound Effects Editing), YouTube’s Impulse, a special musical episode of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and the forthcoming Netflix mission to Mars drama Away.

Jon maintains his passion for music by songwriting, playing guitar, bass, drums, keys, and programming.


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Greg King started King Soundworks when he was 21. His hope was to create a place that would be home to the most creative sound people he could find, and feels lucky to say he’s reached that goal. Greg has been the sound designer and/or re-recording mixer on over 70 films including The Founder, Hancock, Friday Night Lights and The Insider, which received an Academy Award nomination for Best Sound. His television credits include Cosmos: Possible Worlds, Jane the Virgin, The Long Road Home, Parenthood, among numerous others.

Jonathan Greasley Jon Greasley is an award-nominated, Los Angeles-based sound designer, re-recording mixer, and musician. His obsession with sound spans back to the early ‘90s, recording and manipulating audio on a Tascam four-track, and evolving soon after to DAWs on homemade PCs. His band, Apartment 26, toured and recorded across the United States and Europe, working with Grammy-winning producers and engineers, and garnering a platinum disc for the Mission Impossible II soundtrack. Expanding his passion for both music and post-production, Jon now works exclusively for King Soundworks as a sound designer and re-recording mixer for TV and film. His work includes HULU’s The Path, Fox’s The Orville, National Geographic’s Cosmos: Possible Worlds and The Long Road Home, SyFy’s Nightflyers (the previous two of which were nominated for an MPSE Golden Reel for Achievement in Sound Effects Editing), YouTube’s Impulse, a special musical episode of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and the forthcoming Netflix mission to Mars drama Away.

Jon maintains his passion for music by songwriting, playing guitar, bass, drums, keys, and programming.


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This episode is sponsored by
· Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/americanfilmmaker/support

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