Free Book On Synth Programming

Looks At Patch Programming With Six Software Synths      31/08/09

Free Book On Synth Programming

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How To Make A Noise, by Simon Cann, is a practical guide to sound design and synthesizer programming using:

  • subtractive (analog) synthesis
  • frequency modulation synthesis (including phase modulation and ring modulation)
  • additive synthesis
  • wave-sequencing and
  • sample-based synthesis

The book looks at programming using examples from a variety of software synthesizers, including Cameleon 5000, Rhino 2, Surge, Vanguard, Wusikstation, and Z3TA+.

Note: The free edition of How To Make A Noise was released in 2005. An updated print version is available that features more content, graphics and sounds.


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