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'''Stephen M. Rowe''' served as the music editor for ''[[Star Trek: Deep Space Nine]]'' and ''[[Star Trek: Enterprise]]'', as well as ''[[Star Trek Generations]]''. He was also the music editor for the [[games|video game]] ''[[Star Trek: Klingon]]''.
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'''Stephen M. Rowe''' served as the music editor for {{s|DS9}} and {{s|ENT}}, as well as {{film|7}}. He was also the music editor for the [[games|video game]] ''[[Star Trek: Klingon]]''.
   
Rowe shared an Emmy Award nomination for outstanding sound editing for his work on the ''DS9'' pilot, "[[Emissary (episode)|Emissary]]" and shared a second nomination for his work on the pilot for ''Enterprise'', "[[Broken Bow (episode)|Broken Bow]]". His first Emmy nomination, however, came for his work as part of the sound department on the 1985 mini-series ''Space''. Among his fellow editors who shared this nomination was [[Cameron Frankley]], who would become supervising sound editor on ''[[Star Trek: First Contact]]'' and ''[[Star Trek: Insurrection]]''.
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Rowe shared an [[Emmy Award]] nomination for outstanding sound editing for his work on the DS9 pilot, {{e|Emissary}}, and shared a second nomination for his work on the pilot for ''Enterprise'', {{e|Broken Bow}}. His first Emmy nomination, however, came for his work as part of the sound department on the 1985 mini-series ''Space''. Among his fellow editors who shared this nomination was [[Cameron Frankley]], who would become supervising sound editor on {{film|8}} and {{film|9}}.
   
 
In addition to his Primetime Emmy nominations, Rowe won a Daytime Emmy Award and a Golden Reel Award as music editor on the 2000 TV movie ''The Sandy Bottom Orchestra''. Rowe's other credits include ''National Lampoon's The Joy of Sex'' and the TV movies ''Common Ground'', ''Growing Up Brady'', and ''The Day Reagan Was Shot''.
 
In addition to his Primetime Emmy nominations, Rowe won a Daytime Emmy Award and a Golden Reel Award as music editor on the 2000 TV movie ''The Sandy Bottom Orchestra''. Rowe's other credits include ''National Lampoon's The Joy of Sex'' and the TV movies ''Common Ground'', ''Growing Up Brady'', and ''The Day Reagan Was Shot''.
   
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Latest revision as of 20:59, September 25, 2019

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For the actor, please see Stephen Rowe.

Stephen M. Rowe served as the music editor for Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Enterprise, as well as Star Trek Generations. He was also the music editor for the video game Star Trek: Klingon.

Rowe shared an Emmy Award nomination for outstanding sound editing for his work on the DS9 pilot, "Emissary", and shared a second nomination for his work on the pilot for Enterprise, "Broken Bow". His first Emmy nomination, however, came for his work as part of the sound department on the 1985 mini-series Space. Among his fellow editors who shared this nomination was Cameron Frankley, who would become supervising sound editor on Star Trek: First Contact and Star Trek: Insurrection.

In addition to his Primetime Emmy nominations, Rowe won a Daytime Emmy Award and a Golden Reel Award as music editor on the 2000 TV movie The Sandy Bottom Orchestra. Rowe's other credits include National Lampoon's The Joy of Sex and the TV movies Common Ground, Growing Up Brady, and The Day Reagan Was Shot.

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