Computer Music (magazine)

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Computer Music
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EditorAndy Jones
CategoriesMusic
FrequencyMonthly
Publisher Future plc
Total circulation
(December 2012)
11,379 [1]
First issueOctober 1998
CountryUnited Kingdom
Language English
Website www.computermusic.co.uk

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References

  1. "Mag ABCs: 137 out 516 consumer mags put on circ year on year, full breakdown". Press Gazette . 14 February 2013.