Chris Powell at
Chelmsford Organ and Keybo...
Elizabeth Harrison at
Mellor Brook Community Cen...
GARDEN PARTY at
St Albans Keyboard & Organ...
More and more Electone owners are using computers these days and many want to know more about using a computer for various music functions, particularly with the Electone.
Mike Perryman’s book will fully explain MIDI in an easy-to-understand way and show you how you can use it to advantage with your Electone. He will also introduce you to various music applications, such as sequencing programs to record your performances and play them back. He will also show you how to use utility programs that will enable you to do things you have never dreamt of doing with the Electone be... Read more.
The Yamaha EL range of Electones proved to be way ahead of their time. Many were sold with both professional and amateur satisfied owners. Now,some years later, these instruments remain popular and are frequently heard in concert. A club, called the EL club, was formed, by Mike Perryman, which offered members a regular magazine and "Soundsoft" Software.
With his technical background ,in computers and MIDI, Mike very quickly became a leading name for both EL and later AR organs. He spent many months writing his User Guides. There are three different v... Read more.
Following a fabulous weekend musical trade fair at the Holiday Inn in Bexley David Harrild from MusicLand has asked us to thank all those involved. Representatives from Yamaha, Roland, Korg, Hammond, Orla, WersiDirect, Swift Music, Carillon Festivals and of course the Musicland team all helped to look afte... Read more.
Chris Powell has just launched his new website.
Why not take a look? You will find all his tour dates, photos, mp3's, video clips, festival details and a comprehensive online shop with all his recordings, Roland Atelier Software, Fan Club details and much more! You can even leave him a message in his guestbook!
January 27th saw Phil Kelsall and his family at the Palace with HRH Prince Of Wales to receive his M.B.E for his services to music.
Phil is pictured here with his family after the ceremony. Well done Phil!
A 650lbs grand piano has mysteriously appeared on a sandbar in Miami's Biscayne Bay - and no one appears to be coming Bach for it!
The piano was placed at the highest point along the sandbar, about 200 yards from shore, so that it doesn't disappear underwater during high tide.
But who put it there - and, almost more importantly, why - remains unknown.
It could have come from one of the condominiums that line the shore of the bay - or it could have come from further afield.
The one thing authorities do know is that unless the instrument turns from a mino... Read more.