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Calendar

Feature | Making Music, May 1987

three japs

July Calendar

Feature | Making Music, Jul 1986

October Calendar

Feature | Making Music, Oct 1986

Important dates, and a semi-acoustic dobro (s'right).

Calendar

Feature | Making Music, Dec 1986

Happy Axemas from (Santa) Paul Day and his horrible Crucianelli guitars (pic Garth Blore).

August Calendar

Feature | Making Music, Aug 1986

Plus Garth Blore's pic of a rare Burns Black Bison bass.

November Calendar

Feature | Making Music, Nov 1986

Paul Day's unique Strat with a cold-cast bronze body. It's hideous! And Garth Blore photographed it.

January Calendar

Feature | Making Music, Jan 1987

This Harmony H77 from Paul Day's collection is the most expensive guitar they made — yours in 1967 for 95 guineas. Pic: Garth Blore.

Calendar

Feature | Making Music, Apr 1987

Calendar

Feature | Making Music, Mar 1987

Calendar

Feature | Making Music, Jun 1987

three Hofners

May Calendar

Feature | Making Music, May 1986

May/Day - things of import, and another strange guitar ready to stick on your studio wall.

June Calendar

Feature | Making Music, Jun 1986

A DX21 - but can you work out how it was done? Important dates; nice enough to stick on the wall.

Calendar

Feature | Making Music, Sep 1986

A very odd thing with long horns (no, not a bison).

Calendar

Feature | Making Music, Feb 1987

A 1963 Framus Melodie 9-string. That's right. Pic by Garth Blore.

April Calendar

Feature | Making Music, Apr 1986

A rare Vox Teardrop in full colour, plus important dates to note. Nice enough to stick on your wall

Studio Speak

Feature | Topic: Humour | Making Music, May 1987

Just what are all those technical chaps hanging around the studio control room really saying? We reveal the truth

May

Editorial | Making Music, May 1987

Comment

Editorial | Electronics & Music Maker, Oct 1985
Keeping Music Live

Is there a future for live electronic music ?

Showing Out

Editorial | Music Technology, Feb 1987

Another winter, another spate of musical instrument shows. They mean a lot for business, but what do they mean to music as a whole?

Talk On The Wildside

Feature | Topic: Humour | One Two Testing, Jan 1983
How to speak Musician

Understand record company executives, outwit shop assistants and grunt to roadies on their own level with our dictionary of musical terms.

Yamaha TQ5

Review | Music Technology, Jun 1989
FM Tone Generator

It's small, grey and made by Yamaha - it must be an FM MIDI expander. Ian Waugh checks out the latest application of Yamaha's favourite synthesiser technology.

Dabbling With Donahue

Feature | Making Music, Apr 1987

The Great Pretender?

Review | Electronic Soundmaker & Computer Music, May 1985
Casio CK-500

A four-track find or fraud? We pass judgement.

Hello

Editorial | Making Music, Apr 1986

Welcome to your new free musicians' magazine: what's in it for you?

Guitar Guru

Feature | Making Music, May 1987

eclectic electrics

 

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