HK Magazine mewawancarai Danny Elfman sehubungan dengan musiknya untuk atraksi di Hong Kong Disneyland, Mystic Manor, berikut kutipannya:
HK Magazine: You can now check off “roller coasters” from your composer’s bucket list. What’s tricky about scoring a ride, as opposed to a film?
Danny Elfman: Well, I knew that everything was going to have to be timed out in a unique way. In movies, you might have a number of different scenes, but [for the ride] it had to be compressed. There isn’t one car moving people from beginning to end—there are four. That meant that some things could be synchronized exactly to the action, but others couldn’t and would be played on loops through the rooms. It was really quite a puzzle in terms of putting it all together, but that’s what made it fun.
HK: Is this your first time in Hong Kong?
DE: No, this is my third time. I was here two years ago when there was nothing but foundation [at Mystic Manor], and again a month ago working every day in the rooms, mixing and putting together the sounds. That was fun.
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