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Masanobu "Tomi" Tomita is a sound editor who worked on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Voyager, Star Trek: Enterprise, Star Trek Generations, and the video games Star Trek: Klingon and Star Trek: Borg.

For his work on Star Trek, Tomita received the following Emmy Award nominations and win in the category Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series:

Besides his work on Star Trek, Tomita has worked on a few feature films. He was a sound recordist for the 1990 comedy Ski Patrol, working with fellow Trek sound engineers Doug Davey, Wilson Dyer, Chris Haire, Richard Morrison, Guy Tsujimoto, and Bill Wistrom. He later worked as a sound effects editor on the films The Only Thrill (1997) and Family Plan (1998). Fellow Trek sound department members Ruth Adelman, Dale Chaloukian, Doug Davey, Wilson Dyer, Chris Elam, Jeff Gersh, Chris Haire, Bill Henderson, Mace Matiosian, Richard Morrison, Jivan Tahmizian, Audrey Trent, Chris Trent, Jerry Trent, Guy Tsujimoto, Eric Williams, and Bill Wistrom also worked on both of these films; T. Ashley Harvey and Miguel Rivera worked on the former.

Tomita also worked with Guy Tsujimoto on the 2004 short film RocketScience. More recent work as sound editor and sound designer includes the television series NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service (2005-2009, with Dale Chaloukian), the crime thriller Law Abiding Citizen (2009, with Mark P. Stoeckinger), and the video games Bayonetta (2009), MAG (2010), Lost Planet² (2010), and Kinect Adventures! (2010).

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