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01 Meccano Mechanical Music Machines Colin Hinz
02 The Tango and the Barrel Organ Philippe Rouillé
03 AMICA Chapter Meeting in Florida Howard Wyman
04 Ricky Diggs Restores Carvings of Organ Console Dave Krall
05 Saint Saens Ampico Rolls Emulated for MIDI Horst Mohr
06 Secrets of the Organ Tone Bill Finch
07 Seek Wurlitzer 65-note APP Rolls Bill Black
08 Repairing Damaged Piano Rolls John Ward
09 MIDI-velocity Playback Transfer Function Jim Cook
10 Adding Percussion to MIDI File of Piano Roll Phil Dayson
11 Aeolian Aeriol and Aeriola Piano Player Devices Julian Dyer
12 Heintzman Piano With Aluminum Player Action Colin Hinz
13 Poor Repetition in 1884 Chickering Jim Moore
14 Annular-Ring Light Source for Optical Roll Reader Karl Petersen
15 Roll Copying Issues Julian Dyer
16 Airmotor Speed Regulation in Duo-Art Craig Brougher
17 Airmotor Speed Regulation in Duo-Art Spencer Chase
18 Airmotor Speed Regulation Problem Bob Taylor
19 Hammond Reverberation Unit Gerhard Dangel

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