Two important examples of q-deformed commutativity relations are: aa* - qa*a = 1, studied in particular by M. Bożejko and R. Speicher, and ab = qba, studied by T. H. Koornwinder and S. Majid. The second case includes the q-normality of operators, defined by S. Ôta (aa* = qa*a). These two frameworks give rise to different convolutions. In particular, in the second scheme, G. Carnovale and T. H. Koornwinder studied their q-convolution. In the present paper we consider another convolution of measures based on the so-called (p,q)-commutativity, a generalization of ab = qba. We investigate and compare properties of both convolutions (associativity, commutativity and positivity) and corresponding Fourier transforms.