Orchestra Recording

For composers, musicians and film production companies

Shared Sessions from 30 Minutes

If you need to record a small amount of music you don’t have to pay for a 4-hour recording session. We offer a perfect solution to record a single or to create a demo reel.

Real-Time Streaming of Your Session

We offer high-quality live streaming of your recording session. You will be able to communicate with the conductor, the musicians and the recording engineer in real-time

We Take Care of All Organizing and Planning

All you have to do is book a session with us and send us your score. We will check everything, print out the score and book the musicians & studio time.

How does this work?

1Book a session

We offer two types of recording sessions. Shared Sessions feature fixed orchestra line-up and are held on fixed dates. Custom Sessions allow you to customize the orchestra and pick the date.

2Upload the score

We will check your score for inaccuracies or misprints and, if necessary, will help you with editing to make sure the recording session goes as efficiently as possible. We also offer the orchestration and score preparation services.

3Join our livestream

Join the livestream of your tracking session. You can listen, watch and communicate with the conductor, the musicians and the recording engineer in real-time.

4Download the recording

Download the multitrack. If you need further assistance with mixing and mastering we are happy to offer you our post-production services.

Book a session now

Choose what best suits your needs

Shared Session

The perfect solution for a small-scale project like a single, an ad or a film trailer. Minimum session length is 30 minutes.

Custom Session

The recording session is booked exclusively for you. You can choose the date, instrumentation and session length. Minimum session length is 4 hours.

ABOUT US

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We make the complicated process of recording a large symphony orchestra easy and affordable for you. We firmly believe that nothing can rival the sound of real musical instruments and will be happy to help you use this magic in your own music.

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Musicians from the best Russian orchestras

We book musicians with vast experience in studio work and performance at the most prestigious concert venues

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One of Europe’s largest recording studios

Mosfilm’s Studio One offers excellent acoustics and a large mic collection which allows to make high quality recordings of both large orchestras and chamber music ensembles

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A team of established professionals

Our latest projects include recording the scores to high-profile films: The Truth (La Vérité, 2019), Saving Leningrad (2019), Anna Karenina: Vronsky’s Story (2017). With this team of established professionals, we guarantee high quality results

Among our clients

Our Projects

Contact Us

Contact us if you have any questions; to book an individual recording session; or if you wish to use our orchestration or mixing services.

Click here to book a slot in a shared recording session.

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Sergey Kruglov

Founder, Engineer, Assitant

Sergey joined Mosfilm Studios in 2015, right after graduating from the Institute of Contemporary Art with a specialist degree in Music Production.

Sergey assisted on several movie soundtrack recording sessions, including Scary Stories To Tell in the Dark, Der Junge Karl Marx, The Truth (La Verite), Kola Superdeep, Saving Leningrad, Decision: Liquidation, Frontier, The Last Warrior, The Road to Calvary, Cold Tango, Anna Karenina. Vronsky’s Story, Tikhiy Don. Sergey also assisted during the recording of the On the Sun album by the rock band Auktyon and the Lighthouse album by Iamthemorning.

As a sound engineer, he has worked with Alexey Aigui, Evgeny Grinko, Peter Nalitch, the Symphony Orchestra of the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation, Valentina Lisitsa, Konstantin Dorokhov, iamthemorning, VAN Quartet.

Andrey Levin

Founder, Chief Engineer

Worked for Mosfilm’s recording studios for over 20 years. He has been the recording/mixing engineer of choice for prominent Russian and European film composers such as Gennady Gladkov, Yuriy Poteyenko, Eduard Artemiev, Alexey Rybnikov, Andrey Semenov, Alexey Aigui, Dmitry Selipanov, Artem Vasiliev, Ludovic Bource (France), Vladimir Martynov, Yuri Bashmet.

Some of his film score projects: Exterminate All The Brutes (Raoul Peck), I’m Not Your Negro (Raoul Peck), The Truth (Hirokazu Kore-eda), Le Petit Poucet (Marina de Van), Tweet-Tweet (Zhanna Bekmambetova), House Arrest (Semyon Slepakov), Anna Karenina: Vronsky’s Story (Karen Shakhnazarov), Cold Tango (Pavel Chuhray), Devyataev (Timur Bekmambetov), Podolsk Cadets (Igor Ugolnikov).

He is teaching sound engineering at the Contemporary Art Institute.