Dominick Michele

Dominick Michele is a sound designer and mixer whose approach to post production is informed by his unique perspective as a classically trained percussionist and music engineer. He spent six years as a Drumline Tech and began his career in music production, including a position at Music Mix Mobile, a company that specializes in on location recording and mixing concerts. After spending some time doing assistant work at The Audio Department, an audio post facility in midtown, Dominick made the transition to post production. He has quickly gained popularity with producers at some of the biggest media companies, including mixing and recording for Disney, Dreamworks, Pixar, EPIX, Food Network, Madison Square Garden, among many others. His film credits include Re-recording Mixer on the documentary short Checkmates, and Re-recording Mixer and Sound Designer on the Feature Doc Sonic Divide. He was also the SFX Editor for the EPIX original documentary Muhammad Ali: A Life. His narrative credits include Assistant Sound Editor on Americana, which won Best Narrative Feature at the 2016 Flyway Film Festival, and the Foley Editor on Eliza Hittman's Beach Rats, which won the Dramatic Directing Award at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.