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Working Class Audio #240 with Sebastian Visconti!!!

Sebastian Visconti boarded a plane In 1989 in his hometown of Philadelphia to attend his sister’s
wedding in Los Angeles, and he never returned. He was a young drummer with rock and roll
dreams. He spent his early years playing and touring with local bands while supporting himself
waiting tables at Ed Debevic’s in Beverly Hills and opening the famous House of Blues on
Sunset Blvd. When he bought his first home, he converted his garage into a recording studio
(which now serves as a post-sound studio). He began producing and recording local artists as
well as serving as the drummer for most of the artists he produced. As the music industry
shifted he found himself at a crossroads. At the urging of a close friend who was an
established sound effects editor, Sebastian jumped into the world of post sound.
In 2017 Sebastian won two Golden Reels and was later nominated for an Emmy for his work

Sebastian is currently a Supervising Sound Editor at Warner Bros. Studios working on shows like
Baskets, Documentary Now!, American Vandal and Brockmire. He has also worked with Atomic
Sound and 424 Post on shows such as The Flash, Westworld, and The Muppets.
He lives in Los Angeles with his wife Mara and their two dogs Desi and Monte.

About this interview:

Sebastian joins me to talk about moving from Philadelphia to LA, recordings bands, working at Trader Joes, reinventing himself and breaking into the film audio world at 40. Enjoy! -Matt

Links and Show Notes:


  • Host: Matt Boudreau 
  • Guest: Sebastian Visconti
  • WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell 
  • Announcer: Chuck Smith
  • Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau & Matt Boudreau
  • Additional Music: The License Lab