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740 Sound Design And Mix Adds Larry Winer and Michael Dillenberger


Larry Winer

740 Sound Design And Mix announced that it has hired lead mixer Larry Winer. Winer comes on board with an extensive background spanning television, feature, and commercial sound mixing. His recent credits include TV shows like Bob’s Burgers on FOX, Brickleberry on Comedy Central, and IFC’s Out There. At Margarita Mix he created sonic branding for commercial campaigns such as Chevrolet, Svedka vodka, Ghiradelli chocolate, GMC, Nascar and Honda motorcycles. He has also served as an ADR and dialog mixer on animated projects such as King of the Hill, The Lion King and the SpongeBob Square Pants movie.

Joining Winer is sound designer/mixer Michael Dillenberger. Dillenberger has 10 years’ experience as a sound designer, mixer and engineer. He moved to Los Angeles in 2012, and has already made a splash at his new home with his sound design for Nissan Mnemonic and mixing for Taco Bell. Prior to that, Michael was recognized with a New York Emmy for best original theme song for his composition of Metro TV’s Feet Fists & Fury.

A graduate of NYU’s Tisch Film School, Dillenberger launched his career at NYC’s Digital Arts, where he worked his way up to senior mixing engineer. There, Dillenberger sound-designed and mixed ABC’s groundbreaking emergency room documentary Hopkins, as well as shows and promos for nearly all major networks including National Geographic, Comedy Central, A& E, Bravo, Food Network, MTV and VH1. In addition to TV arrangements, Michael has composed and mixed several features including Four Seasons Lodge (Silverdocs/IFC) and Crossing Arizona.

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