The people who make it happen.
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Audio Book Production Manager
Evan Cassidy joined DuArt in March of 2010 as a recording and sound design engineer. Educated at New York University’s Steinhardt School of Education Music Technology program, Evan graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Music; specializing in audio recording and studio maintenance. Evan worked as a studio maintenance technician for the Steinhardt School of Education’s recording studios and interned at the famous Birdland Jazz Club, where he was eventually brought on staff as a sound reinforcement engineer. After graduation From New York University, Evan had over seven years experience in the audio book industry that included working on the National Library Service Talking Book program and gaining extensive working knowledge of the digital talking book format. Evan utilizes these skills in the audio book industry at DuArt where he oversees and masters the audio book production.
Supervising Sound Mixer
For the past decade Matt has honed his skills at DuArt as a sound designer and re-recording mixer. He’s mixed award winning films that have screened at Sundance, Venice and Tribeca film festivals and the Museum Of Modern Art as well as for HBO, PBS, IFC, G4 and The A&E network. His work has also been featured on DVD releases by Criterion, Shout Factory and Blue Underground. Some of his credits can be viewed in IMDB.
Tom is a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts with a degree in Acting. After a glorious stint as a rock star roaming seedy East coast rock clubs from Atlanta to Boston, Tom has spent the past 10 years working on hundreds of animated programs as a director, producer, writer, sound engineer and/or actor. Much of Tom's body of work can be seen throughout the country on Cartoon Network, Fox, the CW, and Nickelodeon. Tom's work can also be seen/heard in various TV commercials, live action TV programs, feature films, and audiobook projects. Visit his credits at Wikipedia, IMDB and Anime News Network.