Greg Smith Audio Post Production is a creative sound studio located in downtown New York City. We specialize in sound editing, sound design, and mixing for film, television and other media projects. We are dedicated to bringing your story to life by enhancing your soundtrack in the most artistic, yet discriminating ways. We work one on one in a friendly and comfortable environment, as we prepare your project for your specific venue or broadcast – on time, on budget, and with pride.
Our services cover everything related to audio post production, including dialog and sound effect editing, mixing final soundtracks, repairing problematic audio, composing original music to picture, recording voice-over, and more. We tailor our services to your specific needs, and always deliver excellent results.
At GS Audio Post, we handle all types of media projects, including documentaries, short films, feature films, television series and specials, advertising spots, audio-only programs (i.e. podcasts and books on tape), art installations, and other site-specific works. We love to work with interactive media as well, and enjoy the challenge of finding creative new ways of communicating your story through sound.
Greg Smith is a two-time Emmy nominated sound designer and audio engineer with 17 years of experience in the film and television industry. His work has been presented in theaters around the world, and in major film festivals, including Sundance, Tribeca, SXSW and others. His television credits include documentaries, specials, and series for HBO, PBS, A&E, ESPN, Netflix, to name a few. He has also produced audio work for installations showing in diverse institutions, such as the Whitney Biennial and the Liberty Bell Center in Philadelphia. Greg is also a classically trained composer and instrumentalist. He enjoys bringing the artistry learned through the study of music into the world of audio post production.
Hey Greg – the mix played great and the film was easily the highlight of a very impressive event so thanks for your help with this. The director was particularly pleased with the removal of the helicopters!
Greg, I can’t thank you enough for helping on this. It sounds way better!
Hi Greg, Thanks so much for this and the great audio edit, design & mix – not to mention the discount!!!.
HI Greg – Can’t thank you enough for doing this so quickly. You really bailed me out on this one.
Hey Greg, I put the soundtrack in. It is awesome!!! It’s what we needed.
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The Kids Grow Up 2009 Directed by: Doug Block Documentary A humorous and deeply moving look at father-daughter relationships, modern-day parenting, marriage and the looming empty nest. Boy Interrupted 2009 Directed by: Dana Heinz Perry Documentary, Biography, Drama Boy Interrupted looks at the life of Evan Perry a 15-year-old boy from New York who committed suicide in 2005… Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson 2008 Directed by: Alex Gibney Documentary, Biography, Music A portrait of the late gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson. Ghosts of Abu Ghraib 2007 Directed by: Rory Kennedy Documentary, History, War An examination of the prisoner abuse scandal involving U.S. soldiers and detainees at Iraq’s Abu Ghraib prison in the fall of 2003. The Endurance 2000 Directed by: George Butler Documentary, History A retelling of Sir Ernest Shackleton ‘s ill-fated expedition to Antarctica in 1914-1916, featuring new… Boogie Man: The Lee Atwater Story 2008 Directed by: Stefan Forbes Documentary, Biography The Murrow, Polk, and IDA Award-winning documentary Boogie Man is about Lee Atwater, a blues-playing… My Architect 2003 Directed by: Nathaniel Kahn Documentary, Biography Director Nathaniel Kahn searches to understand his father, noted architect Louis Kahn, who died bankrupt and alone in 1974. 51 Birch Street 2005 Directed by: Doug Block Documentary Documentary filmmaker Doug Block had every reason to believe his parents’ 54-year marriage was a good one… Twelve Disciples of Nelson Mandela 2005 Directed by: Thomas Allen Harris Documentary Confronted with the death of his stepfather, Director Thomas Allen Harris embarks on a journey to understand the man who raised him… African American Lives 2006 Directed by: Documentary, History This 4 part PBS series attempts to trace the roots of 8 guests using genealogy, oral history, family stories, and DNA analysis. 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