Resident Evil 5 (2009) [Video Game]

Directed by Kenichi Ueda



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The 103 piece Hollywood Studio Symphony performs on <i>Resident Evil 5</i>
Trombonist Andy Malloy
Wataru Hokoyama conducts the Hollywood Studio Symphony
Percussionist Don Williams
The string section
Scoring producer Tommy Kikuchi and Wataru Hokoyama
Scoring mixer Shawn Murphy
ProTools recordist Erik Swanson
Oboe players Leslie Reed and Barbara Northcutt
Wataru Hokoyama conducts the Hollywood Studio Symphony
Percussionists Alan Estes and Don Williams
The string section
Wataru Hokoyama conducts <i>Resident Evil 5</i>
Scoring assistant Robert Litton
Wataru Hokoyama conducts the Hollywood Studio Symphony
Cellist Steve Erdody smiles
Percussionist Michael Fisher worked closely with Wataru Hokoyama to help him find unique percussive sound on this project
Wade Culbreathe plays the largest Taiko drum
Composer Kota Suzuki looks at the score
Michael Fisher and Alan Estes play the Batas
Wataru Hokoyama conducts the Hollywood Studio Symphony
Sound & Music Director Tetsuya Shibata and scoring producer Tommy Kikuchi
Wataru Hokoyama conducts <i>Resident Evil 5</i>
Shawn Murphy and the music team listens back to the takes in the booth
The Hollywood Studio Symphony performs on <i>Resident Evil 5</i>
The Hollywood Studio Symphony performs on <i>Resident Evil 5</i>
Wataru Hokoyama conducts <i>Resident Evil 5</i>
African drums
Tommy Kikuchi, Peter Rotter and Erik Swanson
Scoring producer Tommy Kikuchi and ProTools recordist Erik Swanson
Pianist Randy Kerber figures out how to fold his score sheet to fit on the piano
Trombonists  Andy Malloy, Bill Booth, Alex Iles, and Bill Reichenbach; and tubist Doug Tornquist
Dave Washburn, Malcolm McNab and Rob Frear play trumpets on <i>Resident Evil 5</i>
Wataru Hokoyama conducts the Hollywood Studio Symphony
Percussionists Alan Estes and Chester Englander
Don Williams plays timpani
Wade Culbreathe plays on <i>Resident Evil 5</i>
Paul Klintworth, Steve Becknell, Richard Todd, David Duke, Brian O'Connor and Jim Thatcher on French horn
Robert Litton and scoring mixer Shawn Murphy
Screenshot from <i>Resident Evil 5</i>
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