Dennis Baxter

Dennis Baxter

Dennis Baxter, sound designer for the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games, has thirty years experience in live television sound, and has been the sound designer for the Atlanta, Sydney, Salt Lake, Athens, Torino, and Beijing Olympic Games. In addition to the Olympics, he has engineered the sound for the Commonwealth Games, the World Cup, numerous NASCAR races, and hundreds of other sporting events around the world. His innovative sound design practices have earned him four National Television Emmy® Awards for sports audio with a recent Emmy for the 2008 Beijing Olympics. He is the author of the Focal Press book, A Practical Guide to Television Sound Engineering, and presents regularly at AES Europe, IBC, NAB, and for the Sports Video Group.

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, sound designer for the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games, has 30 years experience in live television sound, and has been the sound designer for the last six broadcasts of the Olympic Games. He has also engineered the sound for the Commonwealth Games, the World Cup, numerous NASCAR races, and hundreds of sporting events around the world, earning him 4 Emmy® Awards for sports audio, most recently for the 2008 Beijing Olympics. He presents regularly at AES Europe, IBC, and NAB.

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