Mike Duncan is the owner and principle mixer at Studio64 Post in Toronto. Mike started in the 80’s at the Toronto renowned Manta Sound, famous for music and scoring as well as commercial work. It is probably most famous for the all-star recording of “Tears Are Not Enough” for African famine, produced by David Foster. This provided Mike with the best training ground and exposure to the best in the industry, from musicians, producers to directors. Leaving the major studios in the early 2000’s, Mike began his freelance career with a chance to mix a documentary series for National Geographic. He’s been mixing and sound editing docs ever since. Recently Mike has put together two state of the art 5.1 surround rooms in his studio space and now works with his son, Shane. Together they do all the sound work from foley to final mix. Recent Credits include: “First Animals”, CBC; “A Kandahar Away,” documentary channel; “In The Name of Your Daughter” BBC.