Ross wrote:The whole "time-stretching" or slowing down the music to make different soundscapes idea is very cool. I wonder how rare or innovative that was? Its not something I'm aware of other scores utilizing. But I could be wrong. They certainly created some cool stuff by doing that. And some of the credit must go to the music editor as well. I'm thinking some tracks like "White Lodge Rumble" were probably always meant to be slowed for use. But it may have been the music editor who decided to "create" the slowed down versions of "The Mill Deal", "Hank's Theme", etc.
I imagine it's fairly common, not sure. Apparently, the entire Inception soundtrack is a mega slowed version of Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien which i guess is a fascinating layer