Celebrating Women in Film, TV, and Advertising: Karol Urban, CAS, MPSE

In our International Women’s Day series, Sohonet explores the journeys of prominent women in our industry. This time, we had the pleasure of speaking with top Re-recording Mixer and Sound Supervisor, Karol Urban CAS, MPSE, NATAS. Karol has served directors and producers as a re-recording mixer for television and feature films since 1999. Focusing principally on documentaries early in her career, she currently mixes various genres of content, embracing each new challenge. Some of her credits include She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, For All Mankind, National Treasure: Edge of History, Stephen King’s The Stand, Loki, Echo, and Tiny Beautiful Things. She describes her job as “playing mind games with sound.”

She is an involved member of her community, having served on the Television Academy’s Governor’s Peer Group for Sound Mixing, organized for The LA Sound Group, and served as a blue-ribbon panel judge for the Motion Picture Sound Editors Golden Reels. Karol acted as content editor of the CAS Quarterly for eight years, served as a board member for the Cinema Audio Society, and was president of the organisation from 2019 to 2023. She enjoys educational outreach and has moderated and appeared on panels for Mix’s Sound for Film Event, EIPMA, MPSE, Soundgirls, and AMPAS.

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