Michael Huang is a Chinese speaking (both Mandarin and Cantonese) Supervising Sound Editor/Re-Recording mixer based in Los Angeles, California.
Michael was born and grew up in China and migrated to the US when he was 10. His interest in sound started when he began piano lessons in his teens after being inspired by composer Nobuo Uematsu. While studying music in college, he was asked to work on a student film he was scoring. With a strong background in music, sound editing came naturally and the post audio bug bit him. With his new found love he enrolled in school specializing in teaching post audio for TV/Film. After graduating in 2010 he’s been steady working in TV and Film for projects as The Basement, Mississippi Murder, American Anarchist, and Ninja Apocalypse.
In his off time, Michael enjoys learning about the latest computer and audio technology and is an avid moviegoer.