Broadway Video Audio offers services in sound design, sweetening, scoring and mixing in ADR-capable studios equipped with ProTools HD systems, various samplers, synths and keyboards. Each has a dedicated voice-over booth and access to a large database of SFX, featuring all libraries as well as a collection of original creations. We also offer 5.1 mixing and Foley pits.


Sue Pelino

Vice President Audio Post Production

Sue’s career as an audio post-production engineer began playing guitar in rock bands and recording music in her 8-track home studio. A graduate of St. John’s University, Sue worked at Sony Music Studios on such projects as VH1 Storytellers and Sessions At West 54th, as well as DVDs like Tony Bennett: An American Classic, Alicia Keys: Unplugged, and Tupac: Resurrection. She has been nominated for nine Primetime Emmy Awards for programs including Fleetwood Mac: The Dance and Eric Clapton Crossroads Guitar Festival.  She has won three Emmy awards including one for outstanding sound mixing for Eagles: The Farewell I Tour – Live From Melbourne 2017 and HBO’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. Sue has also won the TEC Award for Outstanding Creative Achievement /Audio Post Production Engineer for Television and Film.

Mike Fisher


After graduating from Ohio University, Mike worked as a live sound reinforcement engineer for two years and then worked at Sony Music Studios for the next 17 years. In 1991, Mike moved into audio post-production for video.  His work on Saturday Night Live animations earned him an Emmy award. He has also worked on documentaries and award shows for MTV and comedy specials for HBO and Comedy Central. His DVD credits include Jimi Hendrix: Wild Blue Angel, Miles Davis: Another Kind of Blue, and Robin Williams: Live on Broadway.

Dan Ricci

Mixer/Sound Designer

Having graduated from Berklee College of Music with a major in Audio Engineering and a minor in Music, Dan started at Sony Music Studios almost 20 years ago. He joined Broadway Video in 2012.

Eric Harding


Eric graduated from the University of New Haven with a B.A. in Music and Sound Recording and a Masters in Music Education. He then worked as a live-sound engineer for various venues in Connecticut. Eric began his post-production audio career at Broadway Video in 2011. His clients include NBC, MTV, BET, Bravo, Cooking Channel, Above Average, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee and Joan Rivers.