My thoughts are that I couldn't be happier. I love performing music, but my main passion is composing it. Being able to work on a project of this scope that is SO different from what I am currently known for is an artistic dream. I can experiment freely with dissonance, atonality, and nonpulsed music without disenfranchising my current "dance music" fan base. It'll give me an opportunity as a composer to really explore territory that otherwise would have seemed like a really severe aesthetic shift. He's also one of the nicest and humble people. Every time we talk I get so excited. At first I was really nervous around him, but he quickly made me feel comfortable enough to share my thoughts and ideas. It's been a great experience so far and I can't wait for the next few stages.