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CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO’s composer interview series continues as Jason Dury chats with legendary recording engineer, Mike Ross-Trevor.
Mike Ross-Trevor is one of film music finest engineers. Originally recording Pop Music in the 1960s and 70s, Ross-Trevor’s first film score recording could not have been more spectacular, Jerry Goldsmith’s LEGEND in 1985. Ross-Trevor continued an association with Goldsmith for 14 years ending with THE MUMMY in 1999.
Mike Ross-Trevor also has been a close collaborator with Bruce Broughton culminating in his recording of TOMBSTONE in 1993 and has worked with other composers including David Arnold, Mark Ayres, Bill Conti and David Julyan.
Mike Ross-Trevor has also been involved in score re-recordings, collaborating with James Fitzpatrick in the late 80s with recordings including THE BIG COUNTRY, the Intrada Records Excalibur sessions with The Sinfornia of London and most notably for the 1995 re-recording of Alex North’s A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE with the National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Jerry Goldsmith.
In February 2018, for Cinematic Sound Radio, Jason Drury talked to Mike Ross-Trevor at his home in Broadstairs, Kent, England. In the Interview, Mike talks about his early recording career, how he was hired to record Legend and his part in the score’s CD Release, Jerry Goldsmith’s Hungary sessions, the recording session of Tombstone and his association with Whitfield Street Studios.
The show also features loads of the memorable music that Mike Ross-Trevor has recorded including LEGEND, RAMBO FIRST BLOOD PART 2, LIONHEART, HOOSIERS, MEDICINE MAN, TOMBSTONE, A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE and many many more.
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