Ice Age: Collision Course (2016)

Directed by Mike Thurmeier and Galen T. Chu



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Composer/conductor John Debney records his score to <i>Ice Age: Collision Course</i> with the orchestra
Composer John Debney conducts the Hollywood Studio Symphony
Composer/conductor John Debney
The Hollywood Studio Symphony records a cue with composer/conductor John Debney
Trombonists Alex Iles and Alan Kaplan make an edit to their parts
Composer/conductor John Debney and the orchestra record a cue from <i>Ice Age: Collision Course</i>
Composer/conductor John Debney records with the orchestra
An 83-piece orchestra records a cue from composer/conductor John Debney's score to <i>Ice Age: Collision Course</i>
Orchestrator Andrew Kinney conducts the choir
The orchestra performs with composer/conductor John Debney
The Hollywood Studio Symphony performs a cue from <i>Ice Age: Collision Course</i>
Music editor Jeff Carson, and directors Galen Chu and Mike Thurmeier
The Hollywood Studio Symphony and composer/conductor John Debney record a cue
The woodwind section
The percussion section
Composer/conductor John Debney records a cue for his score to <i>Ice Age: Collision Course</i> with an 83-piece orchestra
Percussionist Brian Kilgore
Supervising orchestrator Kevin Kaska
The choir records a cue from <i>Ice Age: Collision Course</i>
The orchestra records with composer/conductor John Debney
The choir performs composer John Debney's score for <i>Ice Age: Collision Course</i>
The choir records a cue
Trumpet player Jon Lewis
Percussionist Alan Estes
Director Galen Chu (foreground), musician contractor Dan Savage, music editor Jim Harrison, director Mike Thurmeier, ProTools recordist Eric Swanson, ___, supervising orchestrator Kevin Kaska, and scoring mixer Shawn Murphy
Musician contractor Dan Savant, music editors Jim Harrison and Jeff Carson, and ProTools recordist Eric Swanson
Percussionist Don Williams
The choir performs on <i>Ice Age: Collision Course</i>
Choir conductor/orchestrator Andrew Kinney with the choir
Supervising orchestrator Kevin Kaska and scoring mixer Shawn Murphy
Directors Galen Chu and Mike Thurmeier listen to a cue with music editor Jeff Carson
Cellist Armen Ksajikian attempts to adjust his finger
Inside the control booth during the <i>Ice Age: Collision Course</i> sessions
Composer John Debney
Guitarist George Doering performs on mandolin
Supervising orchestrator Kevin Kaska
The choir enjoys a break
The violins
The booth watches choir conductor/orchestrator Andrew Kinney perform with the choir
The violins
The woodwinds
The woodwinds enjoy the session
Composer John Debney and publicist Ray Costa
Composer/conductor John Debney goes over the score
Harpist Gayle Levant
Cellist Steve Erdody and Armen Ksajikian
Music editors Jim Harrison and Jeff Carson talk with director Mike Thurmeier
Composer/conductor John Debney records with an 83-piece orchestra
Composer/conductor John Debney performs with the Hollywood Studio Symphony
The brass section
The French horn section
The French horns
The choir
Composer/conductor John Debney listens to feedback from the booth
The basses
A look at the piano part for the cue Rhapsody and JD's Theme from <i>Ice Age: Collision Course</i>
Music editors Jim Harrison and Jeff Carson, and ProTools recordist Eric Swanson
The booth watches composer John Debney conduct the orchestra
Directors Galen Chu and Mike Thurmeier discuss the score
The orchestra and composer/conductor John Debney record a cue
Inside the booth during the <i>Ice Age: Collision Course</i> sessions
The choir performs
The strings
ProTools recordist Eric Swanson
Dan Higgins performs on bass clarinet
Composer John Debney conducts the orchestra
The orchestra prepares for the next cue
The booth listens to composer John Debney's score to <i>Ice Age: Collision Course</i>
The percussion section
The low strings
The woodwinds
The trumpet section
Composer/conductor John Debney watches the playback
Supervising orchestrator Kevin Kaska and scoring mixer Shawn Murphy go over the score
Pianist Mike Lang
A violinist relays information to the orchestra
The bass section
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