Robert Badami is an American editor, consultant and music supervisor. He participated in the editing of the music of Star Trek II and III.
We can find his name in the credits of movies like Top Gun, Crimson Tide, and the first three Pirates of the Caribbean films. He participated in most Tim Burton's films (Edward Scissorhands) as well as Michael Bay's (Armageddon, Pearl Harbor).
In 1989 he received a Technical Academy Award for having developed a new system for editing music: Streamline Scoring System, Mark IV. He shared the award with Bill and Dick Bernstein.
There are names you will often run into on James Horner’s album covers: Ian Underwood, Tony Hinnigan, Simon Rhodes ... For 25 years one of them has been present almost every time, proof of a collaborator who has become indispensable. James Horner speaks of him thus in the liner notes to the soundtrack album for Troy: "my wonderful friend without whose guidance and wise counsel I would be lost." This close and faithful staff member is the legendary music editor, Jim Henrikson. Prior to working with James Horner, he participated in projects for television (Star Trek: The Original Series) and classic