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Hello everyone,

I was a little slow to post our William B. Davis interview from July, I wasn't certain if there would be enough interest. But I'm pretty certain they'll be interest with this interview. We are proud to present our interview with Jeff Charbonneau, the music editor for The X-Files, Millennium, The Lone Gunmen, and Harsh Realm, Jeff was the right hand man for Mark Snow.

Jeff is also a composer and a good photographer in his own right. Enjoy!

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That's a fascinating interview, Matt.

There's so much more to the work of a music editor than I ever realised. I'll have to read the interview again, because there's such a lot of detail there that I've almost certainly missed some aspects.

He's certainly a very talented person.

Libby

"Humans need fantasy to be human. To be the place where the falling angel meets the rising ape." Terry Pratchett

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