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Yamaha Sy85 Synthesiser Competition

Article from Music Technology, August 1992

Your chance to get a synth - and a say.


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Publisher: Music Technology - Music Maker Publications (UK), Future Publishing.

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Music Technology - Aug 1992

Donated by: Mike Gorman, Chris Moore

Scanned by: Mike Gorman

Gear in this article:

Synthesizer > Yamaha > SY85


Gear Tags:

Digital Synth
Polysynth

Competition

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> In Clarke's Shoes

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