René Coronado joined Dallas Audio Post in 1999 as an Audio Engineer and became Lead Sound Designer soon thereafter. In his role as lead sound designer his responsibilities include creating custom sound effects and foley for a large array of websites, TV shows, films and live events. In addition to his work at Dallas Audio Post, René co-hosts the popular Tonebenders podcast where he talks shop with industry luminaries from around the globe.
From the beginning René has worked closely with the Dallas Stars and the Texas Rangers on both broadcast and in-game presentations. In addition to several others, he was the lead sound designer in the film El Descubrimiento (The Finding), which won the Juried Award at the Short Shorts Film Festival in Mexico City and All She Can, an official Sundance Selection. René has also been an ADR recordist for Fox TV, Warner Brothers and Sony Pictures and he was audio team lead for voice recording on video games such as Brothers in Arms-Earned in Blood, Dragonball Z: Budokai 3 and Spikeout Battlestreet. René graduated with an AAS in Sound Technology from South Plains College in 1999. As part of the team he continues to expand his knowledge in all aspects of audio production.