Lawrence Manchester

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Lawrence Manchester is a music producer, engineer and mixer based in New York City. Known for viral videos, supervising Camila Cabello's broadcast sound for two Grammy performances, recording a symphony orchestra for Martin Scorsese's The Departed, tracking vocals with Beyoncé, “Slow Jamming The News” with President Obama, or mixing Justin Timberlake and The Roots.

Most recently, Lawrence recorded Danny Elfman's score for the film The Woman In The Window (Fox 2020) and served on the principal engineering team for Steven Spielberg's 2020 remake of West Side Story (Twentieth Century Fox). Lawrence also served as the Supervising Music Producer/Engineer/Mixer for Richard LaGravenese's film adaptation of Jason Robert Brown's musical ''The Last Five Years' (Radius-TWC) starring Anna Kendrick and Jeremy Jordan, of which Variety exclaimed “the film sounds fantastic”. He also recorded and mixed the Studio Cast Recording of Disney's The Hunchback of Notre Dame, co-produced the Grammy-nominated Original Cast Album for the Broadway smash Something Rotten!, and served as the Post Audio Mixer for Adele Live in New York City.

Other notable Broadway cast album recordings include A Bronx Tale, The Prom, Head Over Heels, The Cher Show, Summer: The Donna Summer Musical, Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark, Pippin, and Kiss Me Kate. Other notable films include I, Tonya, The Girl On The Train, Godless, True Grit, Noelle, Frida, and Across The Universe.

Lawrence is also the music mixer for NBC's The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and co-producer of Fallon's Grammy-winning comedy album, Blow Your Pants Off.

Lawrence Manchester