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The merry December edition of FSM ONLINE is now live! In this jam-packed, end-of-the-year issue, the cover story is an interview with Ludovic Bource, in which he discusses resurrecting Golden Age styles in his Oscar-frontrunning score for THE ARTIST. Also in this issue are an interview with Michael Giacchino on MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE—GHOST PROTOCOL; John Lunn, talking about his music for ITV/Masterpiece Classics' Emmy-winning DOWNTON ABBEY; Hans Zimmer on SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS; a terrific, multi-layered THOR SCORE RESTORE; behind the scenes at a bonus recording session for the RISE OF THE APES; a HOWARD SHORE-themed Ear of the Month; jazz riffs on A CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS; A Wong’s Turn Memo to the Academy; a report from the recent L.A. Phil. concert, “The Hollywood Sound”; plenty of embedded audio clips, and more. 

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