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Simranparmar 2012-12-10 02:00

Are there any detailed books on synth sound designing for reason
 
I'm a music composer, who is currently working on a featured single. I have always been more comfortable with instruments rather then synthesis but for this particularly single i have decided to explore the realm of synthesis sound. So, i would humble appreciate some help in this field.

rVOLT 2012-12-10 19:21

The best tutorials online are from Propellerheads youtube channel.

sagana33 2012-12-11 06:23

Books aren't quite the way to go here. (Believe me I have a biiig library, but not about this.)

Youtube is a much better source.

Also, people like MacProVideo have put together fairly systematic training about Reason. If you're under pressure / in a hurry that may be your best bet.

sagana33 2012-12-11 06:26

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Originally Posted by Simranparmar (Post 1194657)
i have decided to explore the realm of synthesis sound.

Reason is more about producing music than a pure exploration of sound synthesis.

If learning about sound synthesis is your primary goal, something like Max/MSP or Pure Data may be more what you need. (When it comes to sound synthesis, btw, there _are_ plenty of books.)

rVOLT 2012-12-11 08:46

Quote:

Originally Posted by sagana33 (Post 1195432)
Reason is more about producing music than a pure exploration of sound synthesis.

If learning about sound synthesis is your primary goal, something like Max/MSP or Pure Data may be more what you need. (When it comes to sound synthesis, btw, there _are_ plenty of books.)


\ but he wants to "understand" something complex in what seems like a short period. Just seems he would be better guided into doing what he wants to figure out to do, rather than learning the science of synthesized sound. =) Thats how I began, so all I can suggest lol

alternating.bit 2012-12-11 12:41

What's a book?

zeroohm 2012-12-12 03:44

Quote:

Originally Posted by sagana33 (Post 1195432)
Reason is more about producing music than a pure exploration of sound synthesis.

If learning about sound synthesis is your primary goal, something like Max/MSP or Pure Data may be more what you need. (When it comes to sound synthesis, btw, there _are_ plenty of books.)

"Reason is more about producing music than a pure exploration of sound synthesis."

son you just went full retard ... never go full retard

rVOLT 2012-12-12 16:57

Quote:

Originally Posted by zeroohm (Post 1196434)
"Reason is more about producing music than a pure exploration of sound synthesis."

son you just went full retard ... never go full retard


lol

Thats why we listen to peoples results before we take their advice =) lol.

davidmclean100 2012-12-14 17:44

'How to Make A Noise' is a good book for synthesis.


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