Pictured in Record One’s Studio A during the final stages of mixing music for “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” are (L-R) Steve Kempster, music mixer; Larry Mah, ProTools operator/editor; Robbie Boyd, music editor; and Greg Hayes, recordist. Photo by David Goggin.
Steve Kempster Mixes Score by Trevor Rabin
The Trevor Rabin score for the much-anticipated comedy adventure “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” was mixed at Ocean Way / Record One’s Studio A film mixing studio by Steve Kempster. Produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and directed by Jon Turteltaub, creators of the “National Treasure” franchise, the film follows a modern day sorcerer and his hapless apprentice in a battle between good and evil. The film premieres on July 14.
During the final stages of the film’s music mixing at Record One, composer Trevor Rabin worked closely via Apple iChat with mixer Steve Kempster, Pro Tools operator/editor Larry Mah, music editor Robbie Boyd, and recordist Greg Hayes. Rabin’s previous work includes the scores for the “National Treasure” films, “Remember the Titans,” and “Get Smart.”
“Mixing at Record One is an absolute pleasure,” remarked Steve Kempster. “The tech staff is world class and the studio service crew does a great job making us feel at home.”
After a five-year lock out by producer Dr. Dre, Record One’s Studio A re-opened recently with newly configured multi-channel film mixing and monitoring features. Discerning music mixers have praised the accuracy of the Left-Center-Right and the Left and Right Surrounds monitoring and the precise correspondence with Los Angeles film dubbing stages. Consequently, mixing and monitoring at Record One facilitates efficiency in the final stages of film and television post-production. The scores for recent hits such as “Avatar” and “The Princess and the Frog” were completed at Record One.
For information about Ocean Way, visit: http://www.oceanwayrecording.com
Contact Jessica Castle for all booking requests.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 323-467-9375.