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Old 11-10-2016, 09:48 PM   #3
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Re: Any good books for sound synthesis?

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Originally Posted by A.M View Post

The Synthesizer Academy
is a good starting point for anyone wanting to learn about synthesis and the creation of electronic music, with a number of lessons on offer that you can work your way through or dip in wherever and whenever you want.
An excellent resource that

So much to learn, if you are starting from the beginning. That site breaks things up into more manageable chunks, so it's worth picking up on, say, subtractive synthesis for instance, and learning a bit about that first. Especially so much emphasis on all stuff "analogue" lately.

Massive, massive subject, for sure...

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