Tone magazine logo
|Former editors||Greg Vincent, Matt Greenop, Ted Gibbons|
|First issue||October 1999|
|Final issue||December 2011|
Tone was a bi-monthly magazine combining coverage of technological developments in New Zealand and from around the world with reviews on the latest consumer products available in New Zealand.
History and profile
It was Parkside Media's third magazine, following NZ Classic Car and NZ Performance Car. Tone was started in 1999. Until issue 32, the magazine was bi-monthly. A change was made to monthly, but as of issue 73 (November/December 2008), it returned to bi-monthly.
Tone's logo featured a small coloured triangle. Internally this was called 'Jerry'. Jerry changes colour each issue to match the cover design. Version 2 of the logo appeared in issue 32 when the magazine changed to monthly. Version 3 of the logo appeared in issue 44. Version 4 of the logo appeared in issue 67 and changed the tagline to Gadgets | Hi-fi | Home theatre, from Technology to change your life.
As of the November/December 2008 issue, the typical magazine contents included:
- Toneworld (short product overviews)
- Reviews (detailed product tests)
- Entertainment (CD, DVD, game reviews)
- Readers' letters
- Contributor columns
- Feature stories (event reviews, technical tips and tricks, how-to articles, company overviews)
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