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The July edition of FSM ONLINE is now live. In this issue, the cover story is an interview with RAMIN DJAWADI on his score for del Toro’s blockbuster PACIFIC RIM; HENRY JACKMAN talks TURBO; BENJAMIN WALLFISCH brings big themes to the new period drama SUMMER IN FEBRUARY; a FAR AND AWAY Score Restore; SNUFFY WALDEN is trapped UNDER THE DOME with Stephen King; percussionist EMIL RICHARDS discusses the new book on his life and times; Jon Heely, Disney’s head of music research, talks about putting together the recent Disney concerts; a special, baby-themed EAR OF THE MONTH; Cary Wong’s BROADWAY ROUND-UP; more embedded audio clips, and more.
 
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