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Recording Sound for Dinner Impossible

dinnerimpThe Food Networks' "Dinner: Impossible" is a unique blend of a standard reality show and a cooking theme. The show is produced by Shooters Post and Transfer, and Marc Summers Productions. I am the primary mixer on the show and one of the three owners and founders of Shooters Post and Transfer, based in Philadelphia. The show is centered around its' Hero Chef, Robert Irvine. Roberts's weekly challenge is to compose gourmet meals in not so gourmet environments. Our producers keep ratcheting up the challenge to get Robert to stumble. This keeps me and my crew on our toes.

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