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E&MM's New Team

After a hectic few weeks, covering our first two issues under new ownership and one exhibition, some of the staff were given a few minutes break to celebrate the occasion! In the photo from left to right are Dennis Hill (Director), Alan Hardman, Mike Beecher, Toni Markwick, Terry Day (Director) and Kenneth McAlpine.

Looking ahead, we've been preparing reviews of exciting new instruments that appeared at the London Show and have lined up some more interviews with electro-musicians you've requested in the readers questionnaire earlier this year.

Finally, a few words about projects. Continuing our tradition of supplying kits for most projects, an E&MM PCB and Kit Distribution Service has been set up from our offices for this purpose. You'll find the relevant details with each project. From next month we'll be expanding the number of pages to 80 and we have a very special monthly kit offer for musicians as well as one of our longest researched projects yet.

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