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Phaze 1 - Copyright: Phaze 1 Publishing

 

Magazine Info

About Phaze 1

Phaze 1 was a short-lived offshoot from the MMP team, and was a rock/band/guitar focused publication, similar in style to Music Technology.

The magazine was aimed at people picking up instruments and making music for the first time - ie the first "phaze" of being a musician.

Editor:

Dan Goldstein

Founders:

Terry Day,
Dennis Hill

 

Publisher:

Phaze 1 Publishing

Published:

11 issues (tbc)

First issue:

Nov 1988

Last issue:

Sep 1989 (tbc)

Copyright:

Phaze 1 Publishing


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