Marco Beltrami scores A Quiet Place Part II
Posted on May 28, 2021 by Dan Goldwasser
In February of 2020, before the pandemic changed everything, composer Marco Beltrami recorded his score for A Quiet Place Part II, the sequel to the 2018 hit film. Scoring took place at Beltrami’s Pianella Studios in Malibu, CA, using a 38-person ensemble of the Hollywood Studio Symphony. Originally slated to come out in March 2020, the film’s release date was postponed and moved multiple times before finally coming out today, May 28, 2021. ScoringSessions.com is elated to bring you photos from the scoring session!
Conductor / orchestrator Pete Anthony records with the winds and brass at Pianella Studios
Concertmaster Belinda Broughton and the strings
Composer Marco Beltrami
French hornists Katelyn Faraudo, Dylan Hart, and Dave Everson
The bassoon section
The cello section on A Quiet Place Part II
The winds and brass recording session for A Quiet Place Part II at Pianella Studios
Conductor / orchestra Pete Anthony and the orchestra
Inside the booth, scoring mixer Tyson Lozensky ensured that everything was sounding great, and he was joined at the console by composer Marco Beltrami who would give feedback to Pete Anthony out on the stage. Also in the booth were additional music composer / orchestrator Miles Hankins, additional music composer / orchestrator Marcus Trumpp, additional music composer Brandon Roberts, score producer and electro-acoustic designer Buck Sanders, and music editor Jim Schultz.
The music team on A Quiet Place Part II – front row: additional music composer / orchestrator Miles Hankins, composer Marco Beltrami, score mixer / engineer Tyson Lozensky; second row: orchestrator Marcus Trumpp, additional music composer Brandon Roberts, score producer and electro-acoustic designer Buck Sanders
Score mixer and engineer Tyson Lozensky
Score producer Buck Sanders
Front: Additional music composer / orchestrator Marcus Trumpp, additional music composer Brandon Roberts, and score producer Buck Sanders; Rear: Music editor Jim Schultz and film music journalist Tim Greiving
Composer Marco Beltrami listens to the playback
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