Carmen Borgia

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Carmen Borgia is a singer, songwriter, sound mixer and film sound designer residing in New York City. He was born February 3, 1959 in Jacksonville, Florida.

Music[edit]

His music tends toward songs or soundtracks. Recent recordings are "North"[1] and "The Red Circle Line", released by Arctos Records. In 2009 a theatrical musical, "South", was commissioned by Dixon Place in New York City.

Recent film scores include "The Bentfootes",[2] directed by Kriota Willberg and "Louise Bourgeois: The Spider, the Mistress, and the Tangerine".[3] Past music projects include the bands "Orson Welk", "Some Ambulants" and "The Secret Sons Of The Pope". He has composed music for numerous theatrical productions at The Western Stage in Salinas, California, including the 1989 production of "East of Eden".

Film mixing and sound design[edit]

In 1999 he was employed as a film sound designer and mixer at DuArt Film and Video in New York. In 2001 he became the Head of Audio Services there and in 2009 was named Vice President of Audio Production. He currently supervises audio production for the North American English Language dubbing of Pokémon. In 2005 he mixed U-Carmen eKhayelitsha,[4] which won the Golden Bear award at the Berlin International Film Festival.

Writing[edit]

He is a contributing editor to The Digital Filmmaker Web site where he has written articles relating to the craft of film sound.[5]

Albums[edit]

  • This Is Orson Welk (1986)
  • North (2003)
  • The Red Circle Line (2009)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Indie-Music.com review
  2. ^ Dura Mater Web site
  3. ^ imdb cast and crew, Louise Bourgeois: The Spider, the Mistress, and the Tangerine
  4. ^ imdb cast and crew, U-Carmen eKhayelitsha
  5. ^ digitalfilmmaker staff

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