— Tell us, how did you come up with the idea of adapting academic music to modern trailers?
— I have a series of personal albums in my library. It's not only my music, but also a space to test my competence as a trailer composer. I can be a publisher. But to be a realy good publisher, you have to be "in the subject" as a composer.
I have a rule: an album always consists of 9 tracks, one of which must always be a cover of a famous classical work. This idea came about spontaneously, as a tribute to great composers. I love classical music very much. On the second album, I did a cover of Debussy's "Moonlight", which was included in the Godzilla 2 trailer. And this technique become a trand as it was something new. Before that, classical music in epic processing was not heard in big Hollywood movies and trailers. Later, colleagues started creating albums with classical music in their libraries. Art–house films, major Hollywood blockbusters and many others began to use covers of classical music.