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endeifya 2005-06-04 07:41

suggestions for good synth programming books?
 
Hey all,

I'm not a beginner, but I am far from being very comfortable with synths in Reason.. I was wondering if anyone has suggestions for any good beginner-intermediate books on synth programming?

I'm not bad with math, but at the same time, I need the book to be well written enough to be clear about what they're talking about. I haven't found any well written or easy (enough) to read articles. I have Kurt Kurasaki's power tools, but that has little on actual synth programming.

I know people will say to jump in and twiddle knobs, or to dissect patches, but having book knowledge to supplement all that is best.

Thanks

rpugwash 2005-06-05 03:06

sound synthesis & sampling by martin russ(focal press);-) NT
 
Hey all,
:
:I'm not a beginner, but I am far from being very comfortable with synths in Reason.. I was wondering if anyone has suggestions for any good beginner-intermediate books on synth programming?
:
:I'm not bad with math, but at the same time, I need the book to be well written enough to be clear about what they're talking about. I haven't found any well written or easy (enough) to read articles. I have Kurt Kurasaki's power tools, but that has little on actual synth programming.
:
:I know people will say to jump in and twiddle knobs, or to dissect patches, but having book knowledge to supplement all that is best.
:
:Thanks


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