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music technology magazine (1980s)
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About Music Technology

In 1986 the long-running "Electronics & Music Maker" rebranded into the more accessible "Music Technology", and for the next eight years would be one of the premier magazines for hi-tech music gear reviews, artist interviews and features on the new areas of MIDI, music computer software, digital synthesisers and sampling.

In 1994 "Music Technology" and it's sister publication "Home and Studio Recording" were combined to create to new publication, "The MIX". Towards the end of it's run, Music Maker Publications was bought by Future Publishing.

There was also US edition of the magazine.


Electronics & Music Maker (E&MM)




Dan Goldstein,
Tim Goodyer,
Nigel Lord


Terry Day,
Dennis Hill


Music Maker Publications (UK)


91 issues

First issue:

Nov 1986

Last issue:

May 1994


Redesign Aug 1992,
Redesign & rebrand Aug93 ("MT")


Music Maker Publications (UK), Future Publishing.