Jurassic World (2015)

Directed by Colin Trevorrow



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Orchestrator Tim Simonec conducts the orchestra on <i>Jurassic World</i>
The choir records a cue on <i>Jurassic World</i>
Composer Michael Giacchino makes edits with vocal contractor Bobbi Page and conductor and orchestrator Tim Simonec
Inside the booth: (front) director Colin Trevorrow, composer Michael Giacchino, scoring mixer Joel Iwataki; (rear) orchestrator Jeff Kryka, assistant music editor Mae Crosby, ProTools recordist Vinnie Cirilli, and music editor Paul Apelgren
Composer Michael Giacchino reviews the score as scoring mixer Joel Iwataki listens to the mix
Orchestrator Tim Simonec and the orchestra record composer Michael Giacchino's score to <i>Jurassic World</i>
The woodwind section
Two cues from Michael Giacchino's score for <i>Jurassic World</i>
Orchestrator Jeff Kryka, assistant music editor Mae Crosby, ProTools recordist Vinnie Cirilli, and music editor Paul Apelgren
Conductor and orchestrator Tim Simonec with the choir
Percussionist Mike Englander plays the chimes
Composer Michael Giacchino makes some last-minute changes to a cue
A peek over the shoulder of ProTools recordist Vinnie Cirilli
Percussionist Emil Richards at the marimba
The violins
Keyboardist Jim Cox
ProTools recordist Vinnie Cirilli and music editor Paul Apelgren
The clarinets
The woodwinds prepare for the next cue
Trombonists Alan Kaplan, Bill Booth, and Bill Reichenbach
Trumpets: Jeff Bunnell, Malcolm McNab, Marissa Benedict, Paul Salvo / Trombones: Alan Kaplan, Bill Booth, Bill Reichenbach, Phil Teele / Tubas: John Van Houten, Norman Pearson
A musician turns to watch the playback
Conductor and orchestrator Tim Simonec prepares to record with the orchestra
George Doering plays the hammered dulcimer
Composer Michael Giacchino discusses a cue with director Colin Trevorrow
Percussionists Dan Greco and Don Williams
A massive choir performs Michael Giacchino's score for <i>Jurassic World</i>
Percussionist Bernie Dresel
Pianist Mark Gasbarro makes an edit to his part
The bass section
Orchestrator Tim Simonec and the orchestra record a cue
Trumpets: Jeff Bunnell, Malcolm McNab, Marissa Benedict, Paul Salvo / Trombones: Andy Martin, Alan Kaplan, Bill Booth, Bill Reichenbach, Phil Teele / Tubas: John Van Houten, Norman Pearson
The choir prepares to record
Scoring mixer Joel Iwataki
Composer Michael Giacchino watches as the orchestra records his score under the baton of orchestrator Tim Simonec
Director Colin Trevorrow and composer Michael Giacchino watch the playback with the score
Orchestrator and conductor Tim Simonec records with the choir
Music librarian Marshall Bowen with orchestrator and conductor Tim Simonec
Director Colin Trevorrow listens to the orchestra live on the scoring stage
The cellos
Harpist Gayle Levant
Percussionist Danny Greco prepares the next cue
Orchestrator and conductor Tim Simonec records a cue from <i>Jurassic World</i> with the orchestra
Conductor and orchestrator Tim Simonec relays feedback from the booth to the orchestra
Dinner in the booth: Jurassic Pork
Composer Michael Giacchino (with son Griffith Giacchino in tow) makes edits to a cue with music librarian Marshall Bowen
Orchestrator and conductor Tim Simonec
Brad Warnaar, David Everson, Steve Becknell, Amy Sanchez, John Reynolds, Joe Meyer, Brian O'Connor and Richard Todd proudly display their Wagner tubas
Malcolm McNab performs on trumpet
Percussionists Mike Englander and Don Williams
The orchestra warms up before the session
Trumpets: Jeff Bunnell, Malcolm McNab, Marissa Benedict, Paul Salvo / Trombones: Bill Booth, Bill Reichenbach, Phil Teele
Bassist Abe Laboriel Sr.
John Van Houten and Norman Pearson perform on cimbassos
Director Colin Trevorrow, composer Michael Giacchino, and scoring mixer Joel Iwataki
Orchestrator and conductor Tim Simonec with the orchestra on <i>Jurassic World</i>
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