I like that. As a matter of fact, it seems like a very natural transition. Yeah, let’s see if we can do it. Music. It’s the one thing that we all understand that we don’t understand. Music has tremendous driving power within the narrative of any film. Bond. James Bond. The visual is one thing. When you add music, it becomes something else. It’s a whole different experience. The score is the heartbeat of the film. So much of it is felt. It’s all about intuition. You realize this power we wield. We can make you feel anything we want you to feel. John Williams made me realize film music can be as great as the classical composers. Thomas Newman. His music is just so eloquent. Hans Zimmer revolutionized what we do. We have to go and shake it up. We have to go and reinvent. For months and months it really feels like you’re going to fail. Proving yourself is a great force. There is a chemical high. Pirates. It’s like Led Zeppelin played by an orchestra. What can the audience really feel? It doesn’t matter how you get there. It’s whether it’s got substance. Standing on the podium and hearing it for the first time I guess it’s like seeing your child for the first time being born. Film music is the symphonic music of today. How do you make the audience feel like they’re coming home? Your mind is connecting those dots. Film music has changed fairly radically. There is sort of a new renaissance going on. It’s so visceral. It’s incredibly powerful. You can’t say enough about how exciting that is!