Electronic Soundmaker was a magazine created by Cover Publications (the publisher of International Musician) to directly compete with E&MM. Similar in style, and aimed at the new wave of electronic music, synths and drum machines, rather than the more conventional rock-oriented IM&RW, it ran for a couple of years before finally being rolled into IM&RW.
It was also notable for including an audio cassette with each of the later issues, featuring audio demos and reader's recordings.
Paul Coster, Joe Hosken
Cover Publishing Ltd, Northern & Shell Ltd.
25 (1983 - 1985)
Format changes: Oct 84 (Logo change, free cassette)
Cover Publications Ltd, Northern & Shell Ltd.
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