Brian Reitzell Quotes
With 'Hannibal,' it's like reactive scoring so I don't get ahead. I don't read a script; I don't want to know what's going to happen until its happening in front of me and I'm able to have an instrument in my hands that I'm playing to make some kind of a map, some sort of tonal map, that I can then build on.
I know this as a musician: When you nail something, and you get so much attention for it, you want to strip that away and prove, mostly for yourself, that you don't need that.
The movie I worked on that had the most problems and interference came from the smallest indie movie I've ever done. I couldn't believe what the director had to go through; he was destroyed.
'Lost in Translation' was a year of my life, if not more, and then 'Marie Antoinette' was about three years of my life.
I approach horror music differently than anything else. The very first time I watch an episode, I want to be playing an instrument to it so I can get that shock into the show.
An orchestra can add some class, a historical vibe, but I believe you can get the same emotion from pottery wheels.
I've put a lot of records out and a lot of soundtracks, and 'Hannibal' is kind of a special one.
When my parents got divorced, I wanted to spend my time laying in the garage listening to the washer and dryer. Loud, immersive, changing. It was music to me.
My dad had a candy-apple red sparkle drag boat with a giant hemi engine in it that he raced professionally. The sound of that engine was the most incredible sound ever.
I always liked the stress, the real high-stakes, get-the-orders-out line-cook job, as well as the ordering of the produce and everything - it's really similar to making music for a show like 'Hannibal.' It's like cooking; it's just like owning a restaurant.
The older I get, the more I think birds are the best musicians on the planet.
Bronze makes the most complex waveforms of any substance known to man. It creates these vibrations that will just crack your skull.
If I put the sound of the ocean on, that's going to do something to you. And I know what that is because it does it to me, too.
I try every day to do something that I've never done before or make some sound that I've never made before.
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