Production Company: Platinum Dunes, Sunday Night
Distributors: Paramount Pictures & Paramount Home Media Distribution
Release date (USA): 6 April 2018

Director: John Krasinski
Screenplay: Bryan Woods, Scott Beck & John Krasinski
Based on the Story by Bryan Woods & Scott Beck

Music Composed by Marco Beltrami
Additional Music by Brandon Roberts, Marcus Trumpp & Miles Hankins
Orchestra Conducted by Pete Anthony, Marco Beltrami & Brandon Roberts
Performed by The Hollywood Studio Symphony
Orchestrated by Pete Anthony, Mark Graham, Jon Kull, Rossano Galante, Mark Graham, Dana Niu, Jim Honeyman & Marcus Trumpp
Recorded and Mixed by Tyson Lozensky
Recorded at Pianella Studios, Malibu, CA
Music Editor Del Spiva & Jim Schultz
Orchestra Contracted by Sandra Park,
Music Preparation Mark Graham, Victor Pesavento, Daniel A. Brown & Luke Flynn

Music Produced by Buck Sanders

Synopsis: Two parents do what it takes to keep their children safe in a world full of creatures hunting every sound they can hear. Not a sound can be heard from the family hiding in silence, but all it takes is one noise and everything can go wrong.


Due to budget, I didnít have a full orchestra to record. However, I didnít need it because the film is truly intimate and contained. All I needed were strings and a piano. I actually de-tuned the pianoís black keys to make it a little askew. For the monsterís sound, I took the strings and drums and processed it to become electronic. I really wanted to come up with a signature monster sound, something we havenít heard before that instills fear, even if the monster isnít on screen. The last cue of the film when they realize that they can kill the monsters and the monsters are racing toward them, that cue was really crucial to the process. Once I solved that, everything else fell into place. Itís not a melodic cue, but itís a driving force which led to the monster cue. I never heard how they mixed the film or what they ended up using or leaving out. There were also a lot of visual effects that came in so late that I hadnít seen. It was almost like seeing it for the first time again at the premiere. When I saw John, I gave him a big hug and said, ĎWow, you pulled this off spectacularly.í Heís a demanding guy in many respects, but it was a very rewarding project. John wants everything to be perfect and the way he was able to keep his vision throughout the whole thing was really amazing.

A QUIET PLACE: Recording Sessions
Pianella Studios, Malibu, CA (photos by Dan Goldwasser)


M I L A N    R E C O R D S   (398 025-2)

01. It Hears You (4:28)
02. A Quiet Family (1:58)
03. Children of the Corn (1:24)
04. A Quiet Life (2:58)
05. The Dinner Table (1:46)
06. Something on the Roof (2:13)
07. Babyproofing / Bonfire (2:55)
08. Old Man (3:09)
09. Labor Intensive (8:13)
10. Kids Bonfire (1:36)
11. Water in the Basement (3:23)
12. Silo Attack (1:46)
13. A Quiet Moment (1:13)
14. Rising Pulse (4:14)
15. All Together Now (5:24)
16. Positive Feedback (1:28)

Release date: 29 June 2018
Total Time: 48:16
Length of the Score: 87 minutes


Purchase links: Amazon US, Amazon UK, Amazon FR, Amazon DE, iTunes

M O N D O   /  M I L A N    R E C O R D S   (LP, TBA)

01. It Hears You (4:28)
02. A Quiet Family (1:58)
03. Children of the Corn (1:24)
04. A Quiet Life (2:58)
05. The Dinner Table (1:46)
06. Something on the Roof (2:13)
07. Babyproofing / Bonfire (2:55)
08. Labor Intensive (8:13)

01. Old Man (3:09)
02. Kids Bonfire (1:36)
03. Water in the Basement (3:23)
04. Silo Attack (1:46)
05. A Quiet Moment (1:13)
06. Rising Pulse (4:14)
07. All Together Now (5:24)
08. Positive Feedback (1:28)

Release date: November 2018
Total Time: 48:16

Purchase links: Mondo





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