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The July edition of FSM ONLINE is now live. In this issue, our cover story is Hans Zimmer, discussing his work on INCEPTION. Also in this issue is -- finally -- an interview with DAVID CARBONARA on his moody music for the best show on television, MAD MEN. Additional features include a GIACCHINO STAR TREK SCORE RESTORE; Part 1 of Tim Burden's enormous audio interview with the talented BARRINGTON PHELOUNG (TRULY, MADLY, DEEPLY, THE RED RIDING TRILOGY); Part 2 of the 20 YEARS OF FSM FEATURES (the conclusions to the PETER HYAMS interview and JEFF BOND'S wistful memories); the latest installment of GOLD RUSH; PENKA KOUNEVA on orchestrating blockbusters like TRANSFORMERS and breaking into composing for features like MIDNIGHT MOVIE; the annual BROADWAY edition of WONG'S TURN; more embedded audio clips, and more.
 
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