Tim Boyle, Veteran Recording Engineer and Scoring Mixer, Dies at 71

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Courtesy Briget Boyle Tim Boyle

Reprinted from The Hollywood Reporter by Mike Barnes on December 29, 2019.

Tim Boyle, a veteran recording engineer and scoring mixer, died December 22 of liver cancer in Sherman Oaks, his daughter Briget Boyle said. He was 71.

Boyle worked with such entertainers as Quincy Jones, the Rolling Stones, Peter Frampton, Eric Clapton, Whitney Houston, Tom Waits and Joanna Newsom during his career and served as the chief audio engineer on scoring stages at Paramount and Universal.

He won a Golden Reel Award from the Motion Picture Sound Editors for his work on South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999).

His credits — more than 300 in film, television, records and live events — also included the movies Throw Momma From the Train (1987), The War of the Roses (1989), Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey (1991), The Sandlot (1993), Johnny Mnemonic (1995), Starship Troopers (1997), Big Momma’s House (2000), Team America: World Police (2004) and Beer League (2006) and the TV shows Simon & SimonTales From the Crypt and 8 Simple Rules. …

THR 12/29

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