Brian Tyler scores The Fate of the Furious
Posted on April 14, 2017 by Dan Goldwasser
This past February, composer Brian Tyler recorded his score to The Fate of the Furious. Marking Tyler’s fifth outing in the global phenomenon that is the Fast and Furious franchise, this latest film was directed by F. Gary Gray. Scoring took place at the Eastwood Scoring Stage at Warner Bros., and the Streisand Scoring Stage at Sony, and we’re thrilled to share our exclusive photos from the scoring session at Sony with our readers!
Composer/conductor Brian Tyler prepares to record with the Hollywood Studio Symphony
The score to The Fate of the Furious was performed by an 77-piece ensemble of the Hollywood Studio Symphony, conducted by Brian Tyler.
Composer/conductor Brian Tyler records with the orchestra
The cello and bass sections
The brass section
The French horns
Sara Andon and Geri Rotella perform on flute
Composer Brian Tyler used a large percussion section for his score to The Fate of the Furious
Composer Brian Tyler on the podium
In the booth, scoring mixer Greg Hayes gave feedback to Tyler out on the stage, and he was joined by orchestrator Brad Warnaar (lead orchestrator Dana Niu and orchestrator Robert Elhai were not at the session), and supervising music editor Joe Lisanti and music editor Matthew Llewellyn. Also on hand to lend support were music editor Kyle Clausen, ProTools recordist Larry Mah, and composer assistant Michael Miller.
Composer Brian Tyler (left) talks about a cue with supervising music editor Joe Lisanti and scoring mixer Greg Hayes
Orchestrator Brad Warnaar, supervising music editor Joe Lisanti, and scoring mixer Greg Hayes
Composer assistant Michael Miller, music editor Kyle Clausen, and ProTools recordist Larry Mah work on a cue
The music team works on composer Brian Tyler’s score for The Fate of the Furious
A look over the should of ProTools recordist Larry Mah, music editor Kyle Clausen, and composer assistant Michael Miller as they watch the session
The Fate of the Furious opens in theaters on April 14th, and a soundtrack album will be released on April 28th from Backlot Music.
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