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re: Making sounds with analogue electronics - Part 1: Before the synthesizer
EREBUS0   1/10/2012 9:39:36 PM
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I just got the book from the library and I must say, I was VERY dissappointed. I agree it would be good for someone just getting into audio and synthesisers, but I was looking for a lot more information on algorithms and techniques. The history lesson I did not need. Don't bother to buy this one. Get it from the library and see if you can find anything of use. I didn't.

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re: Making sounds with analogue electronics - Part 1: Before the synthesizer
Horatius   11/2/2011 9:08:48 PM
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Exactly, I have always admired your comment

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re: Making sounds with analogue electronics - Part 1: Before the synthesizer
sharps_eng   10/12/2011 7:46:36 PM
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Anyone remember Tonto's Expanding Headband? Moog synthesizers akimbo! Best sub-bass on record for 20 years, a classic for testing speakers down to 20Hz!

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re: Making sounds with analogue electronics - Part 1: Before the synthesizer
damngoodengineer   9/28/2011 5:30:20 PM
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If someone wants to read how to make your own modular synthesizer, check out my book. Oldie but goodie (Electronic Music Circuits): http://members.cox.net/barryklein

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re: Making sounds with analogue electronics - Part 1: Before the synthesizer
Kinnar   9/27/2011 11:18:37 AM
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This book seems very good for beginners to learn the fundamentals of synthesizers and its design components.



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