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As a performer whose performance is recorded on rolls,
As an arranger of music for mechanical instruments
As a technician actually making the rolls, or designing and/or making the machinery to make rolls,
Creating mechanical music instruments,
As a historian, researching, writing, and preserving the history of mechanical music and its performers,
As a restorer and preserver of mechanical instruments,
Anything else that the committee deems significant.
Members will be selected by the Board of Directors from candidates submitted by the Executive Committee.
Candidates may be proposed by letter or e-mail, stating their qualifications, by any chapter or five members at large.
All current Honorary Members are automatically members and those living will continue to receive the Bulletin and retain all privileges of Honorary Membership.
All others who meet the above qualifications and are not currently commercially active may be considered, whether they are members of AMICA or not.
There will be no more than two new members per year.
New members will be recognized at the Annual Meeting and presented with a suitable certificate. They will not receive a free Bulletin but will be allowed to attend (at their own expense) the annual convention even if not AMICA members.
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