New York, NY, May 07, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Definition 6’s Senior Audio Engineer Michael Barrett received two statuettes at the 43rd Daytime Emmy Awards for his work on the PBS show Sesame Street. This brings the combined total to 24 Emmys awarded to the Definition 6 team for client work.
At Friday’s ceremony, Barrett was recognized for “Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing – Live Action” and “Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing – Live Action.” The honor marks the fifth consecutive year of Emmy wins for Barrett and a total of 8 statuettes received for his work on Sesame Street.
Barrett’s children’s work spans nearly 10 years with Sesame Street and includes show mixing for Bear in the Big Blue House, Oobi, and the pilot for highly-acclaimed children’s animated series The Wonder Pets.
His other work ranges from mixing long format shows like Michael Moore’s The Awful Truth, Comedy Central’s Upright Citizen’s Brigade and Stranger’s With Candy to high profile sports sound design and mixing for Monday Night Football and Super Bowl XXXIII and XL. Barrett has extensive experience with short format as well, working with Nickelodeon, Disney, Showtime, Comedy Central, Oxygen, Food Network, USA, HBO and other top networks.
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Definition 6's Entertainment group is a unique force of cross-disciplined creatives pioneering new forms of storytelling with video and technology. Whether it’s on-air promos, branded content, or multi-platform digital campaigns, we create compelling content and entertaining experiences that drive results for brands across all screens, including web, social, and broadcast. We have won 24 Emmys, 19 Telly’s, 17 PromaxBDA Awards, 4 Addy’s, 2 Webbys, 2 Shorty Award, and a Clio for our work. http://def6video.com