By ‘Datameister’ (original post & discussion)
(This guide assumes that you want to assemble the score as it was intended to be heard in the film, which may not be everyone’s intention.)
Reel 1 Pt. A Opening Titles
Reel 1 Pt. 1 Incident at Isla Nublar
Reel 1 Pt. 2 The Encased Mosquito
Reel 2 Pt. 1 The Entrance of Mr. Hammond
Reel 2 Pt. 3/Reel 3 Pt. 1 To the Island
Reel 3 Pt. 2 The Dinosaurs
Reel 3 Pt. 2A The Entrance of the Park
Reel 3 Pt. 3 Cartoon Demonstration
Reel 4 Pt. 1 Hatching Baby Raptor
Reel 4 Pt. 2 You Bred Raptors
Reel 5 Pt. 1 The History Lesson
Reel 5 Pt. 2 Jurassic Park Gate
Reel 5 Pt. 3 Goat Bait
Reel 6 Pt. 2 An Ailing Monster
Reel 6 Pt. 3 The Coming Storm
Reel 7 Pt. 1 Dennis Steals the Embryos
Reel 8 Pt. 1 The Trouble With Dennis
Reel 9 Pt. 1 The Falling Car
Reel 9 Pt. 2 The T-Rex Chase
Reel 9/10 Pt. 3A A Tree for My Bed
Reel 10 Pt. 1 Remembering Petticoat Lane
Reel 10 Pt. 2 My Friend, the Brachiosaurus
Reel 10 Pt. 3 Eggs in the Forest
Reel 11 Pt. 1 [untitled]
Reel 11 Pt. 2 Preparing to Meet the Monster
Reel 11 Pt. 3/Reel 12 Pt. 1 High Wire Stunts
Reel 12 Pt. 2 Hungry Raptor
Reel 12 Pt. 3/Reel 13 Pt. 1 Into the Kitchen
Reel 13 Pt. 2 March Past the Kitchen Utensils
Reel 13 Pt. 3/Reel 14 Pt. 1 T-Rex to the Rescue
E.C. – Reel 14 Pt. 2 End Credits
3M2 Record Intro and Wompi Ending
Reel 1 Pt. A Opening Titles: OST track 1 (complete).
Reel 1 Pt. 1 Incident at Isla Nublar: OST track 3 [0:00-2:12], cross-fade to DVD rip for last note.
Reel 1 Pt. 2 The Encased Mosquito: Unreleased, but complete in DVD rip.
Reel 2 Pt. 1 The Entrance of Mr. Hammond: The first 48 seconds are heard unedited in the film, but the final uneasy swell of chords wasn’t used in the film. This passage can be heard as background music in the documentary on the DVD at two different points: 10:59-11:09 and 24:58-25:11. Unfortunately, both are covered with dialogue (although the first one is better), and it’s not in 5.1 surround, but you can remove the dialogue by duplicating both channels, swapping the left and right channels in the duplicate, and inverting the waveform of the duplicate. When the duplicate is mixed with the original, the dialogue mostly disappears. This does make the music sound like it’s in mono, though, so you may want to experiment with making one of the channels start just slightly before the other and perhaps adding some subtle reverb. I also recommend using a program like Paulstretch to fake the very end, since it’s just one chord that slowly dies away, and there are sound effects that are hard to remove.
Reel 2 Pt. 3/Reel 3 Pt. 1 To the Island: OST track 4 [0:00-4:31]. The OST contains the correct segue to the next cue, The Dinosaurs.
Reel 3 Pt. 2 The Dinosaurs: OST track 4 [4:31-7:31]. The OST segues to the next cue a little early, whereas in the film, it seems to segue a little bit late. Because OST track 2 contains the same take of The Dinosaurs with a cleaner ending (see Record Intro and Wompi Ending below), you can try mixing in an inverted copy of that to partially isolate the beginning of the next cue, The Entrance of the Park. Then you can move the partially isolated version a little bit later and be creative with your cross-fading.
Reel 3 Pt. 2A The Entrance of the Park: OST track 4 [7:32-end].
Reel 3 Pt. 3 Cartoon Demonstration: Unreleased, but complete in DVD rip. The rear channels are much cleaner than the front channels, but they have a lot less definition, particularly for the xylophone and other instruments with sharp attacks to their sound. You can overlay bits of the front channels to bring out some of these moments. Also, the end of the cue fades out in the rear channels, so you’ll need to use the front channels for that, and the last two beats are unfortunately impossible to hear beneath the sound effects.
Reel 4 Pt. 1 Hatching Baby Raptor: OST track 6 [0:00-1:57]. The ending is overlaid with the beginning of Eggs in the Forest on the OST, so you may want to stretch and/or fade out the last note, perhaps with some artificial reverb, in order to fake a clean ending.
Reel 4 Pt. 2 You Bred Raptors: Unreleased, but complete in DVD rip. You may want to do some stretching and fading to fake a clean ending for this one, too.
Reel 5 Pt. 1 The History Lesson: Unreleased, but complete in DVD rip. The rear channels are somewhat cleaner, but the synth celeste is virtually inaudible, and the other instruments are less bright and well-defined.
Reel 5 Pt. 2 Jurassic Park Gate: OST track 13 (complete).
Reel 5 Pt. 3 Goat Bait: OST track 14 [0:00-2:20].
Reel 6 Pt. 2 An Ailing Monster: OST track 8 [0:00-2:27]. The ending is overlaid with the beginning of the cue My Friend, the Brachiosaurus, so you’ll want to fake a clean ending by stretching, looping, fading, reverb, and whatever else floats your boat.
Reel 6 Pt. 3 The Coming Storm: Unreleased, but complete in DVD rip.
Reel 7 Pt. 1 Dennis Steals the Embryos: OST track 9. This track actually flows into track 10 with no gap, and the last quiet synth bass note keeps going for a moment. You’ll need to fake a clean ending here, too, but the cue is otherwise complete. GoodMusician tells me the orchestra channels are swapped in some parts of this cue, but I’ll leave it up to him to describe exactly where the issues are, and I’ll leave it up to you to decide whether they’re worth fixing or not.
Reel 8 Pt. 1 The Trouble With Dennis: Unreleased, but complete in DVD rip.
Reel 9 Pt. 1 The Falling Car: OST track 3 [2:13-end]. Although there’s no material missing from this cue on the OST, the first measure or so has the last note of the cue Incident at Isla Nublar overlaid onto it. Sadly, I can’t figure out any way to get rid of this, since the beginning of the cue wasn’t used in the film and thus isn’t in the DVD rip. Suggestions welcome!
Reel 9 Pt. 2 The T-Rex Chase: Unreleased. The version in the film omits three passages: the beginning as recorded, a bit of action music toward the end, and the very last swell of dissonant strings. The beginning comprises the carnivores’ theme in the horns and tuba with ominous burblings from the low woodwinds; the latter can be heard in the DVD rip, but with more silence between them. Then the last note of the theme is heard in the film (albeit shortened), and then the cue continues as written. Just before the chimes enter toward the end, about eight seconds of dwindling action music are missing, and then the last low note in the strings was supposed to lead to a dissonant chord in all the strings that grows louder and then dies away.
Reel 9/10 Pt. 3A A Tree for My Bed: OST track 10. As mentioned above, track 9 flows right into this track, which means that there’s a very quiet bass note playing beneath the first few notes of this cue. I recommend running a high pass filter on these first few notes; that bass note seems to be mostly below 250 Hz or so, and the synth celeste is mostly above those frequencies, so you won’t be hurting the sound too much. Other than that, the OST track is complete. (Also note that the cue number may be an error; it may have been intended to be Reel 9 Pt. 3/Reel 10 Pt. A. This list keeps the cue number as written, but you can feel free to change it if you like.)
Reel 10 Pt. 1 Remembering Petticoat Lane: OST track 12 (complete). Segue to next cue a few moments after the last note begins.
Reel 10 Pt. 2 My Friend, the Brachiosaurus: OST track 8 [2:27-end]. This cue is supposed to start with a horn solo, but that solo is overlaid with the last string chord of An Ailing Monster on the OST. You can try faking it by repitching and stretching and crossfading other horn notes from that solo and perhaps from the Record Intro to The Dinosaurs (see below).
Reel 10 Pt. 3 Eggs in the Forest: OST track 6 [1:57-end]. The first note is partially covered by the end of Hatching Baby Raptor, so you may want to stretch the clean part of that and fade in. Other than that, this cue is complete on the OST.
Reel 11 Pt. 1 [untitled]: Unreleased, but complete in DVD rip. This cue was apparently never given a title at all, which does happen occasionally; if you want to give it one, “System Ready” is probably the most sensible and common one, but you can also simply leave it as 11M1 or R11P1 or whatever if you’re a stickler for original titles like I am.
Reel 11 Pt. 2 Preparing to Meet the Monster: OST track 14 [2:21-end]. This cue is very nearly complete on the OST, but the moment of silence from 5:08 to 5:10 or so in the track has been shortened by a few seconds. The film contains the correct amount of silence at that moment, so if you want to restore it to its correct length, you can use the DVD rip for reference. Then the last note of the cue should be immediately overlapped with the next cue, although this segue was not used in the final cut of the film due to the beginning of the next cue being dialed out.
Reel 11 Pt. 3/Reel 12 Pt. 1 High Wire Stunts: OST track 11. This one is also very nearly complete, but another silence has been shortened – specifically from 0:38 to 0:40. If you want to restore the correct timing here, the music should cut out right as Grant grabs the electric fence and start again as he turns around to smile at the kids. Furthermore, the very last note of the cue has been shortened slightly. The violins are playing quarter notes, but the last two beats have been shortened to one beat. Some creative stretching will fix that. The cutoff should then segue immediately to the next cue.
Reel 12 Pt. 2 Hungry Raptor: Unreleased and partially unused. The first 53 seconds can be heard clean and unedited as the end credits of the documentary on the DVD, with just enough material to overlap with the quieter music heard in the film. This part plays unedited until the material tracked from Into the Kitchen begins. This material replaces an unused and unreleased ending that basically reprises the material heard in the documentary, followed by a brief descent into quietly eerie music featuring a final statement of the carnivores’ theme.
Reel 12 Pt. 3/Reel 13 Pt. 1 Into the Kitchen: OST track 5 (complete).
Reel 13 Pt. 2 March Past the Kitchen Utensils: OST track 15 [0:00-4:08]. Complete, but the segue to the next cue is probably slightly later than Williams intended. You may want to fix that.
Reel 13 Pt. 3/Reel 14 Pt. 1 T-Rex to the Rescue: OST track 15 [4:09-end]. Complete.
E.C. – Reel 14 Pt. 2 End Credits: OST track 7 (complete).
Reel 3 Pt. 2 Record Intro and Wompi Ending: OST track 2 [0:00-0:48 and 3:13-end, respectively]. Williams recorded this intro and ending so they could turn The Dinosaurs into a standalone concert suite. Everything on the OST track from 0:49 to 3:12 is just the same take of The Dinosaursheard in track 4.
NOTE: OST track 16 is mostly useless in assembling a complete score because it’s just the last part of the cue End Credits, as heard in track 7. However, it’s worth noting that Williams apparently recorded this part of End Credits separately, because the OST track has a truly clean opening, rather than an editorial fade-in from the preceding crescendo. Whether you want to include this is up to you, but know that it is the same take heard in OST track 7.
Anyway, most of this will be old news to most of you, I’m sure, but hopefully it’ll be helpful to at least one or two folks.