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Greg Faust is a Re-Recording Mixer and Composer who worked for Chace Audio as Re-Recording Mixer on the sound of CBS Digital's remastered version of Star Trek: The Next Generation. He was interviewed during his work for the 2012 TNG Season 1 Blu-ray special feature Energized! Taking The Next Generation to the Next Level.

Faust has been working for Deluxe Media/Chace Audio since July 1998.

His credits as sound mixer/re-recording mixer include the documentaries A Life Apart: Hasidism in America (1997, narrated by Leonard Nimoy), Fulci of the Apocalypse (2001), The Devil Thumbs a Ride (2002), Dig! (2004), Reflections of the Past (2010), and Peter Ford: The Little Prince (2012), the short drama A Life for a Life (2003), and the reality series The Blues (2003), Whisker Wars (2011), Intervention (2012-2013), Pregnant & Dating (2013), Scambushed (2013), Untold Stories of the ER (2014), and Sex Sent Me to the ER (2013-2014).

As composer, Faust wrote additional music for episodes of Moesha (1998), All of Us (2004), The King of Queens (2004-2005), Girlfriends (2005-2006, starring Golden Brooks), Just Jordan (2007, starring Beau Billingslea), Lincoln Heights (2007-2008, starring Michael Reilly Burke), The Game (2006-2009), True Life (2009), Scrubs (2009, starring Ken Jenkins), and Real Husbands of Hollywood (2013).

He also composed the music for the independent project Warm Gun (1996), the short film Coverage (2000), the television comedy Untitled Cedric the Entertainer Project (2008), and the aforementioned documentaries Reflections of the Past (2010) and Peter Ford: A Little Prince (2012). More recently, Faust worked as composer of the documentary A Young King Must Die (2015).

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