Scott joined Soundtrack in 1991 while finishing Berklee College of Music in Boston. His early days at the studio were spent recording, editing and mixing music for the Aircraft Music Library. Scott’s music mixing skills translated well to the world of commercial post production, where he was able to apply his diverse technical and personal communications skills to a side of the business that can be very stressful and mentally demanding. He quickly gained a reputation as a talented ad mixer excelling in the new world of digital audio workstations, mixing spots for world wide brands like Toyota, Ford, Sony, McDonald’s, and many more.
In 1996, Soundtrack New York became the workshop of choice. New York’s energy and creative buzz allowed Scott’s work to become more diversified through editing and mixing for long format TV, Ads and music. Over the next few years, Scott continued to specialize in mixing long format audio for clients like Discovery Channel, NatGeo Channel, PBS, Lifetime, MTV, ESPN, and USA networks. He also regularly mixed television ads for leading advertisers like Verizon, American Express, Burger King, Priceline, and ExxonMobil to name a few.
As the television production audio business grew at Soundtrack, he’s had the opportunity to work on many TV series doing dialog replacement, such as Law & Order, Sex and the City, King of the Hill, Gossip Girl, and many feature films as well. In 1999, Scott received a multi-platinum record for his work on the “Jock Jams” compilations from Tommy Boy Records, and the American Masters documentary “Ella Fitzgerald: Something to Live For” was nominated for a Grammy in 2000. In 2011, Scott mixed the CD ‘Chandrika: Soul Call’ which earned a Grammy nomination for Best Contemporary World Music Album. Scott’s work can be seen on IMDB.