Gregory is available forPost Production Audio projects including, but not limited to, Film, TV, Audio Dramas, Podcasts, Audiobooks and more.
Gregory Vilfranc is an American Re-recording Mixer and Sound Designer originally hailing from New York, who now resides in the Greater Boston area with his wife and kids. Honing his professional skills for the past 20+ years and having far exceeded his 10,000 hours providing stellar audio post support for film & TV on the independent circuit, clients keep coming back to Gregory not only because of the quality of his work, but his attention to detail when it comes to fostering and maintaining healthy relationships in a seemingly fickle entertainment industry. He's also contributed to the Audiobook and Podcast space thanks in part to an ongoing partnership with Audible where he's edited, mixed and mastered over 60 published audiobooks and recently teamed up with Audible Originals on their podcast space, mixing and adding sound design to titles, Think Like A Champion w/ Russell Wilson, Soldiers of Science, In Love and Struggle 2, and most notably Mandela: The Lost Tapes.
His contributions to post audio aside, Gregory is also an accomplished composer and vocalist. As a BMI member, his compositions have been featured on major networks (VH1, Oxygen, MTV, etc.) and received placement in several popular Reality TV shows like "Keeping Up With the Kardashians", "Love and Hip Hop" and others. Gregory is also a member of the Society of Composers and Lyricists, and most recently has been accepted as an associate member into the Cinema Audio Society and the Television Academy. He's also the co-founder of the boutique, fully remote audio post facility Franc Village Studios, where he continues to perfect his 'relationship first' philosophy for all his clients.
Partnering with Audible Originals, I was contracted to handle the editing, mixing and sound design for arguably the most important historical podcast of our generation. Using archival tapes of his many conversations with his ghostwriter Richard Stengel, I helped to sonically craft sides of Nelson Mandela that can't be Googled.
Supervising Sound Editor Re-recording Mixer Sound Designer
Armed only with faith, wit and eloquence, Irish champion Daniel O'Connell leads a peaceful rebellion against English tyranny that ends 300 years of exile from Parliament. But when the ultimate prize - Ireland's nationhood - comes within his reach, will The Liberator remain true to the path of peace?
Partnering with Audible Originals, I was contracted to handle the editing, mixing and sound design for Russell Wilson's podcast he co-hosted with his brother Harry and the late Trevor Moawad. The podcast features guests like former Olympic champion Michael Johnson, Tim Tebow, Arianna Huffington and Deepak Chopra.
- Sound Design
- Scrubbing and Audio Editing
- Audio Engineering
- Mac Studio M1 Ultra
- Pro Tools Ultimate
- Logic Pro X
- Izotope RX Advanced
- Source Elements Gateway
- Avid S1 control surface (2X)
- Avid Dock