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'''Electronics & Music Maker''' or '''E&MM''' magazine was first published in March 1981 by [[electronic component]] supplier [[Maplin Electronics Ltd]]. In its early years the magazine used to publish a good range of DIY projects and related articles, but after a couple of years it became more of a Music equipment and technology magazine with very few DIY articles. The magazine name was changed to '''Music Technology''' in November 1986, which was itself subsequently changed to '''The Mix''' in July 1994. '''The Mix''' ceased publication in February 2001.
 
'''Electronics & Music Maker''' or '''E&MM''' magazine was first published in March 1981 by [[electronic component]] supplier [[Maplin Electronics Ltd]]. In its early years the magazine used to publish a good range of DIY projects and related articles, but after a couple of years it became more of a Music equipment and technology magazine with very few DIY articles. The magazine name was changed to '''Music Technology''' in November 1986, which was itself subsequently changed to '''The Mix''' in July 1994. '''The Mix''' ceased publication in February 2001.
  
==Electronic music projects==
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== Electronic music projects ==
 
The [[Matinee Organ]] and [[E&MM Spectrum Synthesizer|Spectrum]] synthesizer were serialised from the first issue, and made available as kits. The articles contained [[schematics]] with explanations, parts lists and instructions for building and setting up.<ref>[[Wikipedia:Maplin Electronics]]</ref>
 
The [[Matinee Organ]] and [[E&MM Spectrum Synthesizer|Spectrum]] synthesizer were serialised from the first issue, and made available as kits. The articles contained [[schematics]] with explanations, parts lists and instructions for building and setting up.<ref>[[Wikipedia:Maplin Electronics]]</ref>
  
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== External links ==
 
== External links ==
*The [http://www.spontis.se/ Cloned Analog Gear] website has some scans of E&MM magazine Articles.
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* The [http://www.spontis.se/ Cloned Analog Gear] website has some scans of E&MM magazine Articles.
*Synthnut's Tech pages:[http://www.bigbluewave.co.uk/synths_e&mm.htm  Electronics & Music Maker]
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* Synthnut's Tech pages:[http://www.bigbluewave.co.uk/synths_e&mm.htm  Electronics & Music Maker]
 
* [http://www.muzines.co.uk/list_issues.php?id=7 Electronics & Music Maker] archive at mu:zines
 
* [http://www.muzines.co.uk/list_issues.php?id=7 Electronics & Music Maker] archive at mu:zines
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[[Category:Magazines]]
 
[[Category:Magazines]]

Revision as of 15:12, 2 May 2017

Electronics & Music Maker or E&MM magazine was first published in March 1981 by electronic component supplier Maplin Electronics Ltd. In its early years the magazine used to publish a good range of DIY projects and related articles, but after a couple of years it became more of a Music equipment and technology magazine with very few DIY articles. The magazine name was changed to Music Technology in November 1986, which was itself subsequently changed to The Mix in July 1994. The Mix ceased publication in February 2001.

Electronic music projects

The Matinee Organ and Spectrum synthesizer were serialised from the first issue, and made available as kits. The articles contained schematics with explanations, parts lists and instructions for building and setting up.[1]

See also

References

External links