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Sound Designer/Mixer Scottie Richardson Joins Lucky Post


Scottie Richardson

Sound designer and mixer Scottie Richardson has joined Dallas’ Lucky Post. Richardson was part of the Academy Award-winning team on the short animated film The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore, directed by William Joyce and Brandon Oldenburg. Throughout his career, Richardson has provided sound design and audio post for a diverse range of commercials and television, from McDonald’s to Walker, Texas Ranger.

“From the moment I walked through the doors, I could imagine myself at home at Lucky Post,” said Richardson. “Having worked in five Russ Berger audio suites previously, I was very excited to learn that he designed every room at Lucky Post. Amazing design notwithstanding, it is everyone’s shared enthusiasm and drive to do the best possible work that truly makes Lucky Post special.”

“Scottie is the one of the best audio engineers and sound designers in the country and a fantastic addition to the Lucky Post team,” said EP Jessica Berry.

Richardson’s passion for recording and mixing formed at a young age when he eagerly watched shows involving a recording booth and mixing board. He fully realized his calling with album and live event production, followed by audio postproduction each opportunity unlocked by tenaciousness and talent. Richardson worked alongside Berger to develop an accredited engineering degree at a local community college. He then spent seven successful years at Video Post & Transfer where he met editor/designer Sai Selvarajan who he rejoins at Lucky Post. Prior to his move to Lucky Post, he spent nine years at Fast Cuts.

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