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The first filmmaker I ever can happen if the two of us just sit down. He was pretty out We share the same even talk so much, just maybe play a note at random, HZ: You know, I feel relieved…I mean they [my film there, in the best possible way.

Something will scores] are all really, really different from each other, do. Those are the situations I find very interesting, especially the sort of does Hans Zimmer sound like? For once in my life I think I will be able to answer umm… more interesting.

But it automatically forces you into exploiting that question. I may be able to outdo his answer even ning of that journey. You have to have courage to though that was a very loaded answer. But to me, what in adagios, a language like that. Hans Zimmer sounds you their language is visual. Are there specific passages in his work that you HZ: The thing that keeps us going is the idea that were expecting me to come up with ideas. He can probably write a good IL: I felt that it was like that for Pharrell as well.

The line of dialogue, he could look through the camera, he PW: Everything can become reason I got into films, and I think the reason it is in- could tell his actors how to act.

But when it comes to Legos. Imagine having all those pieces and not really something, and at the same time he has got a really teresting for Pharrell to get into films right now is be- music, what are you really going to say to me? It explains a lot in un- grounds, at the end of the day, the unspoken thing— and in many humanitarian things. So there is an acknowledgement derstanding and positioning your work.

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Gladiator just made you feel like you could con- HZ: Dre, J Dilla, quer the world. This does sound effects. Just listen to the music and watch the thing.

When you felt wounded you feel like a hero back to stumbling all over the place. And nobody likes with Americans: When you felt locked up, you felt the whole world watching you stumble because the granted and showing them in a new light.

It lets you most compelling or challenging? Oh, all of the above. All of the above? And IL: Which is precisely why making sense of your , for example, I never got interested in the idea of PW: Know- doing musical research and figuring out what African only one thread.

You must consider all of the threads of your seat.

I want to commend you. That description of hip- getry because the sound was just exhilarating. What I think both Pharrell and I do is we have hop music production is probably the most generous IL: We have our cultures and we love it when our cul- PW: Well thank you. By the way, Hans, I just ture and that other culture make contact, explode and the collective unconscious. You know I went to Africa fall apart. And unfortunately, it happens a lot. That to me really cap- logue.

He kept saying this whole things works much harmony was thrown in the middle of the room with is very consistent in his inconsistency. And when I say tured the essence of the movie. I know what you mean… but to me— IL: It reminds me so much of how you integrated Lisa the two cultures colliding, something new comes out PW: He goes left, he goes right, he goes up, he goes PW: Oh my god!

Very exciting. It was just like, whoa! So anything with echoes of the work of [Toru] Takemitsu. Pharrell, IL: We gotta get technical for a bit. He that they said on top of it you completely believed.

In you are also very comfortable serving as a bridge be- straddled many different types of music technology. He just reinvents himself. To many artists, combining Western From analog synthesizers, to digital sequencers, to what I want to do.

But software-based instruments, from analog tape, to HZ: Have these pect certain things of you?

I lost years of my life waiting for tape to wind back. And then there is that music… its way into your own music… Do you still feel that never get those hours back.

Pharrell and I are in a similar position in a certain way, HZ: That was the key scene. You know the fun part strongly about it?

So these changes have made things whereby I get sequels, he gets the same artist again and about that movie, or the interesting part about that PW: Of HZ: Hey, I am a foreigner, I grew up in Germany listen- now save— before. I mean, ing to Mozart and Sly and the Family Stone. When I HZ: The first thing I do when I get a sheer anarchy. You have to lean was growing up, there was a large American occupa- posite. Pharrell knows this. So at night I would be listening to AFN of our own technology because the instruments out of the room and see if we can explode every preconcep- a little unexpected.

So tion we had from the time before… man, I really love ing and the reason I love working with him is because etc. And during the day, because my part of my compositional process has always involved scaring producers.

With a writer-director, when you ask a concerts.

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Here we are talking and the spot- that country that the country forgot, things that they work, have always driven technology forward. The sound and using the same idea again, is absolutely the light is on us, but I bet Pharrell is the same way. At the see and hear every day, and are a little bit bored about problem that exists now is that there is such a wealth death of art, the death of creativity.

Pharrell, what are your favorite scores by Hans? Because now anything is possible, so you now at the Oscars the other night, and it must have been have to limit your palette right away.

You have to make over a hundred. Because otherwise IL: How did you guys meet and what was back I can now spend going through useless presets that first musical experience like? So I never use presets because, to be HZ: Kathy Nelson.

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Yeah, she was the music director at the time for of bored and I would have forgotten what I was actu- Universal. This is for Despicable Me? I agree. All I care about IL: Was that to you or to Hans? No, it was to me! Of course! We were talking across each other.

Which is typi- and what I hear cal. I could never shut up. I think it was very simple. So I think Kathy knew to explain it to an orchestra how to play that phrase, that I could respond really well to him.

It to try to take over. I could reassure them that this man was defi- the way it sounds in my head, please? It starts off very pure and somehow every generation PW: You know what?

Today is a rare day because I of communication degrades it a little bit. Sometimes am actually off.

Awww, man I am so envious. I have to get this ing out in a room with Pharrell. He suddenly plays a theme written by tonight. Pharrell it was a pleasure and an much better than what I had in my head. So for IL: I heard that you guys are work- IL: Not at all.

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Is that correct? Yes, we had a really good time. I would never have done it without you. I keep forgetting about them.

Seven or eight of thing about Pharrell. I think we have half an album sitting there. Nov 8, - Pharrell's new book titled "Places and Spaces I've Been" portrays the life and career of the Virginia native, including fashion, music and beyond.

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By Masamichi Katayama Pharrell Williams was exactly. Book Details Author: What do they contribute to your music? They understand what gets you going. Hayes and Mick Moreno.

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