Hal Leonard has published a new edition of Power Tools for Synthesizer Programming. And we’ve got three copies to give away! Author Jim Aikin has been writing about electronic music gear for 30+ years, in Keyboard, Electronic Musician and other magazines. His new book takes a deep look at the fundamentals of synthesis and synthesizer programming.
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The Evolution Of Electronic Dance Music, edited by Create Digital Music’s Peter Kirn, is a book that looks at the history of electronic dance music, through interviews with a variety of artists that helped define it. The book is largely compiled from interviews published over the last 30 years, in Keyboard and Remix magazines. The… Read More The Evolution Of Electronic Dance Music
Good Vibrations, by Mark Cunningham, is a fun and frustrating ramble through the history of record production. It offers insight into the production of some of the most significant pop records in history, including Pet Sounds, Telstar, Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, The Dark Side of the Moon, Bohemian Rhapsody and many more. The… Read More Good Vibrations: A History of Record Production
Rhythm Science, by Paul D. Miller, AKA DJ Spooky that Subliminal Kid, is a fascinating and challenging book. It explores Miller’s ideas about Rhythm Science – the creation of art from the flow of patterns in culture. The book focuses on the role of the DJ as a metaphor for the artists in today’s culture.… Read More Rhythm Science, By Paul Miller, AKA DJ Spooky
The Techno Primer is an excellent introduction to techno styles and technology. The author, Tony Verderosa, performs a one-man live techno/remix act, known as VFX, and obviously knows his topic. The book comes with a multimedia CD that has examples of many techno styles, along with some video clips of the author performing and demo… Read More Tony Verderosa – The Techno Primer