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2010’s first issue of FSM ONLINE is now live. In this edition, you’ll find our annual YEAR IN REVIEW coverage, with contributions from Kyle Renick, Cary Wong, Jim Lochner, Doug Adams, Saul Pincus and Jon & Al Kaplan, who for the first time have prepared an AUDIO Year-end article—for those of you who’ve been missing the FSM PODCASTS, you’ll find that this 25-minute, surprise-filled piece is the next best (or arguably the same) thing. Also in this issue are an audio interview with film music agent/producer/supervisor MAGGIE RODFORD, including UNRELEASED PATRICK DOYLE MUSIC from Bridget Jones’s Diary and Nanny McPhee; a chat with Wanda Bryant, the ethnomusicologist who advised James Horner on AVATAR; TYLER BATES on ARMY OF TWO and his upcoming projects; an in-depth interview with the ever-friendly and talented Jeff Beal on his work on the recently ended MONK; SING A SONG OF OSCAR, 2009 (you won’t believe it until you see [and hear] it); Part 2 of our James Peterson feature; an interview with Jesper Kyd; more embedded audio clips, downloadable video and more.

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Fantastic new issue! I've particularly enjoyed the audio feature on the "Best of 2009"--needless to say I concur 100% with Doug Adams about Horner's AVATAR :)

Keep up the great work guys!

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