Mark Mancina scores Imagine That
Posted on June 17, 2008 by Dan Goldwasser
Recently, composer Mark Mancina recorded his score for the new Eddie Murphy fantasy-comedy, Imagine That, directed by Karey Kirkpatrick. The score was recorded at the Sony Scoring Stage with an 83-piece ensemble of the Hollywood Studio Symphony, and conducted by Don Harper.
Don Harper conducts the Hollywood Studio Symphony
The string section
The playful and thematic musical score was orchestrated by Dave Metzger, who assisted Mancina in the control room along with music editor Mike Flicker and ProTools Recordist Chuck Choi.
Composer Mark Mancina, orchestrator Dave Metzger, scoring mixer Steve Kempster and stage recordist Adam Michalak
Music editor Mike Flicker, scoring assistant Marlon Espino and ProTools recordist Chuck Choi
Orchestrator Dave Metzger, director Karey Kirkpatrick and composer Mark Mancina
Music editor Matt Friendman handled click-track on the stage, and guitarist George Doering performed a variety of instruments on the score, including guitar and autoharp.
The Hollywood Studio Symphony performs on Imagine That
Guitarist George Doering
Imagine That will be released by Paramount Pictures on June 12, 2009.
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Related Movies: Imagine That (2009)