Cliff Martinez scores Game Night

Posted on February 23, 2018 by Dan Goldwasser

This past December, composer Cliff Martinez recorded his score to the new adult comedy Game Night. Directed by John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein, scoring for Game Night took place at the Eastwood Scoring Stage at Warner Bros. Studios, and is delighted to bring our readers exclusive photos from the session!

Orchestrator Randy Miller conducts the Hollywood Studio Symphony on Game Night

The score for Game Night was conducted by orchestrator Randy Miller, who led the 74-piece ensemble of the Hollywood Studio Symphony.

Randy Miller conducts the strings

The violins

The basses, cellos and violas on Game Night, conducted by orchestrator Randy Miller

The cello section

The brass section on Game Night

Randy Miller conducts Cliff Martinez’s score to Game Night

Inside the booth, composer Cliff Martinez was joined by his team, comprised of additional music composers Thor Laewe and Pete Adams, music editor Louis Schultz, booth reader Greg Tripi, score editor David Channing, and ProTools recordist Larry Mah. Scoring mixer Greg Hayes made sure everything was sounding on point, and the directing team of John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein were at the console with Martinez, to give feedback and make suggestions.

Inside the booth at Warner Bros. for Game Night

Directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein, with composer Cliff Martinez

Scoring mixer Greg Hayes and stage recordist Tom Hardisty

Co-director Jonathan Goldstein and composer Cliff Martinez

Additional music composer Thor Laewe, booth reader Greg Tripi, and additional music composer Pete Adams

Game Night is now in theaters, and the score album featuring Martinez’s music is available from WaterTower Music.

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