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There have been many articles related to Synth DIY and other Electro-Music projects over the years, even today. But the pre-eminent period for this kind of project was in the 1970's when Electronic hobbyist magazines such as Practical Electronics (PE), Wireless World, Electronics Today International (ETI) and Elektor were at the forefront, publishing designs for the synth builder. There were even synth designs in Early Hi-Fi for Pleasure magazines. In the 80's projects became more computer based, but even here many MIDI and controller designs became available to Synth DIYers, often the output of Synth DIYers themselves.
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There have been many articles related to Synth DIY and other Electro-Music projects over the years, even today. But the pre-eminent period for this kind of project was in the 1970's when '''electronic hobbyist magazines''' such as Practical Electronics (PE), Wireless World, Electronics Today International (ETI) and Elektor were at the forefront, publishing designs for the synth builder. There were even synth designs in Early Hi-Fi for Pleasure magazines. In the 80's projects became more computer based, but even here many MIDI and controller designs became available to Synth DIYers, often the output of Synth DIYers themselves.
  
 
=== UK Based ===
 
=== UK Based ===
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* Elektor was available in many other countries with local names, such as in Germany France and Italy
 
* Elektor was available in many other countries with local names, such as in Germany France and Italy
 
* ETI actually started in Australia before the UK version was printed.
 
* ETI actually started in Australia before the UK version was printed.
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* [https://isoondaomradio.weebly.com/sperimentare-download.html Sperimentare], Italy
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==
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* [http://www.americanradiohistory.com/ American Radio History] An archive of many magazines, including Audio, Radio and Electronics magazines. An excellent resource including many magazine scans.
 
* [http://www.americanradiohistory.com/ American Radio History] An archive of many magazines, including Audio, Radio and Electronics magazines. An excellent resource including many magazine scans.
 
* [http://www.matrixsynth.com/2017/07/introni-archive-of-italian-electronic.html Introni - Archive of Italian Electronic Magazines], Matrixsynth, 19 July 2017
 
* [http://www.matrixsynth.com/2017/07/introni-archive-of-italian-electronic.html Introni - Archive of Italian Electronic Magazines], Matrixsynth, 19 July 2017
=== Magazines still being published ===
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* [https://www.montanalinux.org/files/mags/HackSpace/014-HackSpace-Jan-2019.pdf Build a synth], HackSpace magazine, issue 14, January 2019, p34
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=== Magazines still in print ===
 
* [https://www.electronicsworld.co.uk Electronics World]
 
* [https://www.electronicsworld.co.uk Electronics World]
 
* [https://www.elektor.com/ Elektor]
 
* [https://www.elektor.com/ Elektor]

Latest revision as of 10:40, 9 October 2019

There have been many articles related to Synth DIY and other Electro-Music projects over the years, even today. But the pre-eminent period for this kind of project was in the 1970's when electronic hobbyist magazines such as Practical Electronics (PE), Wireless World, Electronics Today International (ETI) and Elektor were at the forefront, publishing designs for the synth builder. There were even synth designs in Early Hi-Fi for Pleasure magazines. In the 80's projects became more computer based, but even here many MIDI and controller designs became available to Synth DIYers, often the output of Synth DIYers themselves.

UK Based

USA Based

Other Countries

  • Elektor was available in many other countries with local names, such as in Germany France and Italy
  • ETI actually started in Australia before the UK version was printed.
  • Sperimentare, Italy

See also

External links

Anything maybe worth reading to learn about SDIY goes here. If a link is dead, you might find the site preserved on the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine.

Magazines still in print