Nathan Wang scores The Healer
Posted on April 28, 2017 by Dan Goldwasser
Back in 2015, composer Nathan Wang recorded his score to Paco Arango’s inspirational drama The Healer. Recording the score at the Sony Pictures Scoring Stage with a 79-piece orchestra and a children’s choir, and we’re delighted to be able to share our exclusive photos from the scoring session with our readers!
Composer/conductor Nathan Wang conducts The Healer
Composer/conductor Nathan Wang records a cue with the Hollywood Studio Symphony
The cello and basses
The French horns
The brass section
Robert Thies performs on The Healer
Composer/conductor Nathan Wang records with the orchestra
The woodwind section
In the booth, scoring mixer Dennis Sands was joined by orchestrator Milton Nelson, music editor Tom Carlson, ProTools recordist Adam Olmstead, and composer’s assistants Charles Ho and Asuka Ito. Director Paco Arango was also there, giving feedback to Wang out on the stage.
Orchestrator Milton Nelson, composer’s assistant Asuka Ito, scoring mixer Dennis Sands, music editor Tom Carlson, and ProTools recordist Adam Olmstead
Scoring mixer Dennis Sands talks with composer Nathan Wang
Violinist Shelly Ren, song arranger Sergio Jiménez Lacima, director Paco Arango, and scoring mixer Dennis Sands
A childrens choir was employed to record a song for the film, arranged by Sergio Jiménez Lacima, and conducted by Jasper Randall.
Director Paco Arango talks with choir conductor Jasper Randall and the choir
Jasper Randall conducts the children’s choir
The Healer opened in theaters in Spain in February 2017, and is expected to open in other countries later this year.