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‘Proximity’ Soundtrack: Watch Jermaine Stegall Conduct ‘Fireball’ At Skywalker Sound

Jermaine Stegall conducting at Skywalker Sound for "Fireball" - Proximity Soundtrack | Lakeshore Records

Have you been following Jermaine Stegall’s social media feed lately? He’s been giving film music fans a taste of his forthcoming score to Proximity, coming May 15, 2020 on Lakeshore Records. Here’s another behind-the-scenes look at his scoring session at Skywalker Sound where he conducts “Fireball,” a cue from the forthcoming soundtrack.

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Go Behind The Scenes With ‘Proximity’ Composer Jermaine Stegall At Skywalker Sound

Jermaine Stegall - Proximity | Lakeshore Records

Go behind the scenes with Jermaine Stegall, composer of the upcoming sci-fi film, Proximity, coming to VOD May 15, 2020.  Watch this scoring session for “Hallway,” recorded at the legendary Skywalker Sound.  

For readers of Soundtracks, Scores and More new to Jermaine, his career highlights include providing additional music scoring for Christophe Beck’s score for the holiday Netflix Original movie The Christmas Chronicles, produced by Chris Columbus (the first three Harry Potter movies, Home Alone, The Goonies, Mrs. Doubtfire, and Gremlins).  Jermaine has also scored over 20 feature films, many of which have been released theatrically, and digitally worldwide including the theatrical release of Jamesy Boy (2014) directed by Oscar-nominated Trevor White, and the teen comedy Mono (2016) directed by Jarrett Lee Conway.  Jermaine received his master’s degree in Music Composition from the University of North Texas, earned the prestigious Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television program at USC and completed the BMI conducting workshop held in Los Angeles, CA.

PROXIMITY is directed by Eric Demeusy, whose credits include Director of Star Wars: The New Republic Anthology and Visual Effects for Tron: Legacy.


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