Last Monday I got the chance to see the inside of Remote Control, Hans Zimmer’s composer empire. Just being inside the building, I could feel the creativity flowing. I met with Jim Dooley, who among dozens of films (many of them at the same time), is the composer for the only new show I watched this season, Pushing Daisies. He does an outstanding job on the show creating a cinematic atmosphere that rivals most films. Thanks to Jim for the time you spent talking with me, and I appreciated the opportunity to be inside the building where my favorite score of 2006, Dead Man’s Chest, was conceived.