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The May edition of FSM ONLINE is now live! For our cover story, MICHAEL GIACCHINO plumbs the depths of STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS. Also in this issue: Part 1 of our exclusive interview with BRAD FIEDEL, discussing his new one-man-musical BORROWED TIME, along with his work on the original TERMINATOR and more; a detailed look at Prometheus and Tadlow’s reconstruction of JERRY GOLDSMITH’S SALAMANDER; BRIAN TYLER's career hits a new gear with SHANE BLACK'S IRON MAN 3; an interview with KAREN SMITH, flutist, and personal librarian to JOHN WILLIAMS; CRAIG ARMSTRONG talks about his latest work for Baz Luhrmann, THE GREAT GATSBY; a report from last week’s GSPO Varèse Celebration Concert; an update on the 21st CENTURY ORCHESTRA's live-to-film concert series, which will now include STAR TREK (2009) and GLADIATOR; a remixed WONG’S TURN; a western-themed three-fer of TORN PAGES; more embedded audio clips, and more.

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