Seth Crail
Composer | Orchestrator
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Seth Crail is a distinguished composer and orchestrator based in Los Angeles. Trained at Remote Control Productions, the esteemed studio of legendary composer Hans Zimmer, Seth has honed his craft composing original scores for feature films that have garnered multiple awards, including "July Rising” (2018) and "Mississippi Messiah" (2022). His contributions as an orchestrator can be heard on numerous television shows and movies, including acclaimed productions such as Amazon's "Red White & Royal Blue" and Hulu's "Death and Other Details."

Beyond the silver screen, Seth's talents extend into the realm of gaming, where he served as a music editor for Epic Game’s "Fortnite". Seth holds both a Bachelor's and Master’s degree from the University of Miami Frost School of Music, where he earned a Student Downbeat Award for Studio Orchestra Arrangement and studied with highly acclaimed musicians and educators such as heavily awarded composer Maria Schneider. He has both written for and performed with many well-known acts, including Steve Miller, Donny McCaslin, and Lucy Woodward. Inspired by the incredible orchestral film scores from his childhood, Seth enjoys transporting audiences using lush orchestration and memorable themes.
Luc LaChapelle
Composer | Sound Designer
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Luc LaChapelle is a composer, sound designer, audio engineer, and woodwind multi-instrumentalist currently residing in Bloomington, Indiana. His B.M. in Studio Music and Jazz from the University of Miami Frost School of Music and M.M. in Music Scoring for Visual Media from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music have afforded him the opportunity to work with and under the tutelage of many esteemed artists, including Grammy-winning drummer and MacArthur “Genius” Fellow Dafnis Prieto and Emmy-winning composers Larry Groupé and Carlos Rafael Rivera.

Since scoring his first feature-length film in 2017 for Dylan Moore, an instructor at Vancouver Film School, Luc has gained experience in every aspect of audio post-production across a multitude of projects as well as spent extensive hours in the recording studio. He draws from this wide breadth of experience to integrate each portion seamlessly within a project’s soundscape from conception through final polishing, regardless of which role he happens to be assuming.
Erin Mutchler
Recording Engineer | Mixing Engineer
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Erin is an audio engineer and musician based in Los Angeles, whose comprehensive musical journey and technical expertise have distinguished them in the realms of recording, mixing, mastering, and audio editing. With a B.M. in Studio Music and Jazz from the University of Miami Frost School of Music, where they studied under Grammy-winning artist Brian Lynch, Erin has developed a profound understanding of musicality and sound design. Erin’s musical background provides a perspective on audio engineering only obtained by performing with world-class artists such as David Liebman, Frank Greene, Dave Holland, Nick Smart, and Steve Miller.

Erin has worked on a broad range of projects including recording and mixing the acclaimed film score for "July Rising" (2018). In 2019, they received the Student Downbeat Award for Engineered Recording for their work on saxophonist Adam Claussen’s debut album, “Arethusa Falls”. Their work reflects a deep commitment to creating immersive audio experiences, whether through intricate film scores or sophisticated studio productions.
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