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Aaron Diecker

Mostly Credited As: Aaron Diecker
Birth Name: Aaron Diecker
Date Of Birth: November 30, 1980 (Age 33)
Country Of Birth: USA
Height: 6' 2" (1.87 m)



Aaron Diecker began his sound career in New York City. His first credit, at age 21, was sound effects editor on the popular children's television series 'Dora the Explorer.' Additionally, he sound designed the spin-off, 'Go Diego Go.' Both shows helped him obtain other projects in the film, television and video games industries. In 2007, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue a larger body of sound effects editing work.

A guitarist since age 7, Aaron attended Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. He finished his four-year Music Production and Engineering degree in three years, winning two scholarships and graduating near the top of his class. Aaron's musicianship is an important foundation in his sound effects editing work.

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American Dad! (2005)• Assistant Sound Editor
Dora the Explorer (2000)• Sound Re-recording Mixer (2004: 2 Episodes)
• Sound Editor (Sound Effects Editor)
Family Guy (1999)• Assistant Sound Editor
Go, Diego, Go! (2005)• Dialogue Editor (2005-2006: 5 Episodes)
• Foley Editor (2005-2006: 5 Episodes)
• Sound Re-recording Mixer (2005-2007: 25 Episodes)
• Sound Effects Editor (2005-2007: 25 Episodes)
• Sound Design (2005-2007: 25 Episodes)
• Dialogue Recordist: 2005-2006: 5 Episodes
The Cleveland Show (2009)• Assistant Sound Editor

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