Sound Pros Rick Ash, Ron Eng Join Periscope's New Hollywood Facility

Ash is a three-time Emmy-winning rerecording mixer, while Eng is an Emmy-nominated supervising sound editor, designer and rerecording mixer.
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Sound pros Rick Ash and Ron Eng have joined Chicago-headquartered Periscope Post & Audio’s recently launched Hollywood facility.

Ash, a rerecording mixer who won has Emmy Awards for his work on the miniseries Bury My Heart at Wounded KneeWarm Springs and Live From Bagdad, brings more than 200 credits across independent features, television and documentaries.

Eng, a supervising sound editor, sound designer and rerecording mixer, earned two Emmy Award nominations last year for Twin Peaks. His credits also include the animated feature Coraline and the David Lynch classic Mulholland Drive. 

In their first project for Periscope, Ash and Eng are handling sound for an undisclosed Netflix series.

The duo will also oversee sound talent at the Hollywood facility, which is led by general manager and industry vet Ben Benedetti. The sound department features a theatrical mix stage with an Avid S6 digital console, Pro Tools and Dolby Atmos capability, as well as three additional mix stages also featuring Avid S6 consoles, Pro Tools and Dolby Atmos.