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The July edition of FSM ONLINE is now live. In this issue, the cover story is an interview with Nicholas Hooper on HARRY POTTER AND THE HALF-BLOOD PRINCE, where he reveals some exclusive information on the musical future of the Potter series.  Then, we take a close look at the storied MOANING WOMAN trend in film music, with input from industry experts JEFF BEAL, THEODORE SHAPIRO and DOUG ADAMS. Also in Vol. 14, No. 7 are a chat with John Debney about THE STONING OF SORAYA M.; a look back at Angela Morley's watershed work on WATERSHIP DOWN; a wide-ranging survey of film music for AIRPLANE DISASTERS; our second SCORE RESTORE for WHOSE LIFE IS IT ANYWAY?; the conclusion of our epic DAVID NEWMAN interview, in which he discusses his relationship with Danny DeVito, the good and evil of modern technology, and much more; an Arthur B. Rubinstein-themed "Ear of the Month"; an Oscar-flavored GOLD RUSH; a TV-themed SOUNDTRACK OBSCURITIES; a software review from COMPOSER'S CORNER, lots of reviews, more embedded audio clips, and more.

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Hope you all like the latest issue. Will Nicholas Hooper return for the next Potter installment? Check out our interview to find out!

Tim

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