Trevor Rabin scores Get Smart
Posted on January 23, 2008 by Dan Goldwasser
Recently, composer Trevor Rabin was at the Eastwood Scoring Stage at Warner Brothers recording his score to the new comedy feature film version of the 1960s television series "Get Smart". Directed by Peter Segal (Tommy Boy), the film focuses on CONTROL’s inept Agent 86 – Maxwell Smart (Steve Carell) and Agent 99 (Anne Hathaway), as they battle the forces of KAOS, and its key operative Siegfried (Terence Stamp).
Gordon Goodwin conducts Get Smart
The Hollywood Studio Symphony performs on Get Smart
The score to the film was conducted and orchestrated by Gordon Goodwin, and features Irving Szathmary’s classic main title theme from the original television series.
The Get Smart French Horn section
The brass section plays out loud
In the control room, Rabin listened along with score producer Paul Linford, while scoring mixer Steve Kempster balanced the large orchestra with the electronic elements and pre-recorded guitars and percussion.
Paul Linford, Trevor Rabin and scoring mixer Steve Kempster
ProTools Recordist Larry Mah and a view of the orchestra from the control room
Agent Richard Kraft gives some feedback to Trevor Rabin
Trevor Rabin and director Peter Segal thank the orchestra
Get Smart will be released by Warner Brothers on June 20, 2008.
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