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Timeri Duplat

Timeri began her journey in sound when she started playing the violin at the age of 5. At 17 she completed a diploma in Violin at the Conservatoire de Bordeaux, a regional music school in France, preceded by the same diploma in Music Theory.

Selected Credits

Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part One (upcoming)
Music Editor
House of the Dragon (2022)
Music Editor
Superworm (2021)
Music Editor
Wonder Woman 1984 (2020)
Music Editor
The Two Popes (2019)
Music Editor
Chernobyl (2019)
Music Editor
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Timeri went on to study sound for 5 years, achieving a Sound Technician degree in Biarritz, followed by a Master’s in Picture and Sound at the School of Image et Son in Brest, studying sound in all its forms: radio, music recording and mixing, boom operating, sound mixing, sound editing and dubbing, live sound, etc. both in theory and practice. The more she progressed through her studies the more she specialised in sound for film, with several internships in Paris and London.

In 2015, Timeri started working as an assistant music editor with James Bellamy on Dario Marianelli’s scores including Ivor Novello-winning ‘Kubo And The Two Strings’ directed by Travis Knight for Laika. Timeri has been the music editor on various feature films including ‘I Am Not A Witch’ (2017) with music by Matthew James Kelly, ‘Mary Magdalene’ (2018) scored by Hildur Guðnadóttir and Johann Johannsson and Salon Pictures ‘McQueen’ (2018) by Michael Nyman.  Timeri was the music editor on Philippa Lowthorpe & Marc Munden’s TV mini-series ‘The Third Day’ (2020), and Warner Bros. feature film ‘Wonder Woman 84’ (2020), for which she received a nomination for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing – Feature Underscore in the 2021 Motion Picture Sound Editors Awards. Timeri was the music editor on ‘House of the Dragon’ (2022), the prequel to ‘Game of Thrones’, and is the music editor for the upcoming Mission: Impossible film, ‘Dead Reckoning Part One’.

In 2018, Timeri worked alongside Mark Willsher editing the original digitised recordings of the scores from the 6 episodes of Star Wars that were released as remastered CDs.

When Timeri is not editing music for films she works as a developer for Spitfire Audio, editing and programming samples to create virtual instruments for their globally renowned releases.

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