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Max Richter, Lorne Balfe: ‘Ad Astra (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)’


Rupert is one of the few engineers to have experienced all three incarnations of AIR Studios, having started out at AIR’s legendary Oxford Street studio in 1987, and, via a stint at AIR Montserrat, moving with us to AIR Studios Lyndhurst where he joined the AIR Management roster. Over the years he has worked with many of the world’s finest producers, composers and artists including Sir George Martin, The Rolling Stones, Max Richter, Craig Armstrong and Danny Elfman. His experience spans from full orchestral recordings to film scores to less traditional scores such as Ex-Machina for Geoff Barrow & Ben Salisbury, Dredd for Paul Leonard Morgan. Projects include recording and mixing Max Richter’s scores for the films Ad Astra, Hostiles, White Boy Rik and Mary Queen of Scots and legendary French composer Michel Legrand’s album Between Yesterday and Tomorrow. Mixing projects include Max Richter’s highly acclaimed project Sleep and Neil Davidge’s scores for both series of TV epic Britannia.

Music tracks

Composed by Max Richter (Tracks 1-19), Lorna balfe (Tracks 20-28) and Nils Frahm (Track 29), Recorded by Rupert Coulson and Tom Bailey (Tracks 1-19), Nick Wollage (Track 20), Bernd Mazagg (Tracks 21-28), Martyn Heyne and Terence Goodchild and Franz Hahn (Track 29), Mixed by Rupert Coulson and Tom Bailey (Tracks 1-19), Jon Bailey and Max Richter and Nick Wollage (Track 20), Seth Waldmann (Tracks 21-28) and Nils Frahm (Track 29)

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