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Restoration Credits

Team | Consultants | Labs

 

Sandra Schulberg

Co-Creator/Producer

Josh Waletzky

Co-Creator/Sound Design

Liev Schreiber

Narrator

Leon Constantiner

Executive Producer

Elisabeth Hartjens

Duplication of Trial Recordings
& Senior Archival Researcher

John Califra

Score Reconstruction

Marco Swados

Music Consultant

Jonathan Brielle

Music Consultant

John Bowen

Sound Editor

Ken Hahn

Re-Recording Mixer

Jenny Levison

Casting Consultant

Alex Niemczewski

Production Assistant

 

Ken Hahn

Re-Recording Mixer

Ken Hahn is co-owner of Sync Sound, Inc., a New York City audio post-production facility, which he founded with partner Bill Marino in 1984.  Together they opened the film mixing facility Digital Cinema, LLC. in 1997. 

Ken has 25 years of experience in audio post and has received two Cinema Audio Society Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing Awards, five Emmy Awards, 13 ITS Monitor Awards, a Mix Magazine Tec Award for Best Audio Post Production Mixer and has engineered several Grammy Award winning albums.  He has written articles for many industry magazines and appears as a moderator, panelist and speaker on industry topics.

Ken specializes in mixing for television, film, home video, CD and DVD, in Stereo, Dolby Surround and 5.1. His recent credits include: HBO’s Alzheimer’s Project, Great Performances at the Met, American Masters, Alive Day Memories, David Grubin’s The Jewish Americans, and the 2009 restoration of Nuremberg: Its Lesson for Today.

Ken Hahn

Ken Hahn