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Terry Ross (d. 1997) was a sound effects artist, first on radio and then in television. He worked as a sound effects artist on Sesame Street, receiving credits billing for season 3 and season 4. He also contributed to the 1972 album The Muppet Musicians of Bremen, bolstering the story with added sound effects not heard in the original special.
Ross' long career as a sound man was spent primarily on staff for ABC, first on old-time radio series such as The Greatest Story Ever Told (1947-1956) and Inner Sanctum (during its ABC run, 1950-1951). Ross' experience on the latter, when the trademark "creaking door" was mistakenly oiled and he had to create the sound vocally, was a widely quoted anecdote in articles about the series or its cast, and typical of the sound man's travails in live-radio. Ross later contributed to the revival series Theater Five (1964-1965) and worked on several ABC soap operas, including Dark Shadows.