Frank Morrone, C.A.S.
Frank Morrone is an independent re-recording mixer who has worked extensively in both film and television. He has two Primetime Emmy Awards with an additional five Primetime Emmy nominations. Television projects include Lost, Copper, The Kennedys, Boss, The L Word and Sex and the City. He has mixed films with Ron Howard, Tim Burton, John Singleton, Janusz Kaminski, and Lasse Hallstrom on projects including Ransom, Sleepy Hollow, Shaft, Lost Souls, The Cider House Rules and the Oscar-winning documentary When We Were Kings. He also mixed the Jonas Brothers’ Camp Rock, and received a platinum album for the soundtrack. In addition to his Television Academy service, Morrone is vice president of the Motion Picture Sound Editors and on the Motion Picture Editors Guild Board of Directors. He is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, NARAS and has served on the board of directors for the Cinema Audio Society. He began his career mixing film scores as well as jazz, rock and country albums. From there, he moved to film and television postproduction. In 1995, he accepted a position in New York at Todd-AO, where he also lectured for New York University film school. He moved to Los Angeles in 2004 to work on J.J. Abrams’ Lost, and has since mixed for Sony and Disney, as well as several other studios. He has collaborated on product development with Digidesign, McDSP and M-Audio and lectures for Avid at well-known colleges across North America including USC, Fullsail and Tribeca Flashpoint.
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