Young Pakistani helps design soundtracks for Hollywood films

Yes, we have got your attention now, we were just as surprised as you are right now. Meet Taurees Habib, a 28-year-old Pakistani who has worked for a bunch of soundtracks for Hollywood films with Hans Zimmer.
In our social engineers and doctors are known to be one of the very respected professions of all time but when it comes to becoming a musician, it is not the ideal profession to pursue and therefore we rarely bring up the accomplishments of musicians or other artists.

After moving to Los Angeles in 2012, Taurees Habib landed a job in Hans Zimmer’s sound sampling team. He has so far helped design the score for roughly 12 Hollywood films, including Interstellar, Man of Steel, The Amazing Spiderman 2, Kung Fu Panda 3, Batman v Superman, Terminator Genesis and Chappie.

Who is Hans Zimmer?

Hans Zimmer is one of Hollywood’s most celebrated music producers who have won an Oscar (for The Lion King score) and a few Golden Globes and Grammys for his other compositions. Bagging the opportunity to work with a man who has composed some of the most incredible film music in Hollywood is an accomplishment in its own right.

Taursees Habib is currently working in Hollywood and he has recently released an album of his own under the moniker ‘Bedlam Jackson.

This article was originally introduced in The Dawn News.