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Alan and Tyler and Bear, Oh My! The August edition of FSM ONLINE is now live, and it’s loaded with interviews of every possible kind (text, audio and video). In this issue, the cover story is an audio interview with ALAN SILVESTRI, in which he discusses his recent work on A-TEAM, and reveals WHY HE DID NOT SCORE PREDATORS. Supplementing the feature are a 10-minute suite of Silvestri's music, and an audio interview with A-TEAM director Joe Carnahan.

Also in this issue are an interview with BRIAN TYLER on Sylvester Stallone's THE EXPENDABLES; a VIDEO interview with BEAR MCCREARY on STEP UP 3D and much more; live video from COMIC-CON, including chats with MICHAEL GIACCHINO and JOHN OTTMAN; JAN A.P. KACZMAREK on GET LOW (Duvall, Spacek and Murray); MICHAEL WANDMACHER on PIRANHA 3D (Shue and Lloyd); a look at upcoming FILM MUSIC BOOKS; a Composer’s Corner review of the EastWest/Quantum Leap HOLLYWOOD STRINGS SAMPLE LIBRARY, more embedded audio clips, and more.
 
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