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Eric Seaberg

Eric Seaberg

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Audio Fields:

  • Recording Industry - Post Production
  • Recording Industry - Music Recording/Mix Studio
  • Recording Industry - Archiving/Restoration
  • Recording Industry - Internet Distribution
  • Recording Industry - Film/Video Sound
  • Recording Industry - Location Sound Recording
  • Broadcasting - Radio
  • Broadcasting - Television Sound

Job Duties:

  • Engineer
  • Mastering Engineer
  • Mixer
  • Producer
  • Production Sound Mixer/Sound Recordist
  • Recording Engineer
  • Re-Recording Mixer
  • Sound Supervisor

About

Turning Point is the Radio and Television Ministry of Dr. David Jeremiah in San Diego, CA. Our radio program is heard worldwide, including over 3000 radio stations in the US alone. We have a 45' HDTV Remote Truck using Sony cameras, tape and switching, AVID Media Composer and 128-channels of ProTools fed from an SSL C200 console. The audio also includes a complete Dolby E system for 5.1+2 encode/decode. Our post facility houses 3-Avid suites, FCP/Graphic suite and 4-ProTools suites with studios.

Non-AES Awards & Award Nominations

Multiple ADDY awards for commercial spot production for TV/Radio, 1979-1999.

Employment History

July 1999 - present: Chf Audio Engineer/Senior Radio Producer - Turning Point Ministries, San Diego, CA

July 1987 - July 1999: Owner/Chf Engineer - Seaberg Audio Services, Fresno, CA

July 1985 - July 1987: Chf Engineer - Maximus Media, Fresno, CA

March 1979 - July 1985: Partner/Chf Engineer - Triad Recorders, Fresno, CA

October 1971 - March 1979: Chf Engineer - Kenjo Audio, Fresno, CA

Related Experience

Member of S.P.A.R.S and S.M.P.T.E.

Why Am I An AES Member?

Been in the industry since 1971 doing EVERYTHING, from session recording and mixing to lacquer cutting for vinyl releases, cassette hi-speed mastering and duplication, video post-production using ¾" video synced to 2" Studer analog tape and mixing on Harrison consoles with layback to 1" video, CD mastering beginning with Sonic Solutions, to current tech using SSL digital consoles in the 'file-based' post-production world.

My first AES Convention was in 1973 in LA. I joined soon thereafter. The education I've received from this body over the years has been invaluable to my longtime career.


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