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Sequencing Programmer

A musical score for film, television, or a video game endures several stages between the composer’s pen and the live orchestra recording. One of the final checkpoints is with the sequencing programmer, who converts sheet music to a simplified digital track.

Re-recording Mixer

In the post-production process for film and television, the re-recording mixer is responsible for pulling together the complete soundtrack, and refining that audio for technical and aesthetic quality.

Music Editor

A film or television show is not complete without a variety of music cues. The composer’s melodies flowing beneath the visuals lend emotion, suspense, and a depth of experience, as do source cues (heard when an actor turns on the radio or walks into a nightclub), or songs performed on camera.

Wildfire Post-Production Studios

Wilshire Stages was purchased and renamed Wildfire Post-Production Studios in 2007 by the duo of veteran re-recording and sound mixers Chris David and Leslie Shatz.

Composer

Obsession is a good beginning. Composers must be infatuated with every note: the pitch, the subtle undulations, the magnificent crescendos. These artists do not write songs, they craft aural experiences that persuade emotion. When combined with images on the screen, the composer’s efforts trigger audience responses of fear, sorrow, elation, and pride.

A Score to Settle: Brian Tyler

Hollywood easily could have discarded Brian Tyler. One of the town’s youngest film composers, 38-year-old Tyler has composed the scores for five films that opened at No. 1 in the last two years, and a few runners-up to boot.