Tweak That V-Synth

Sinevibes introduce a sound design book for the Roland V-Synth      25/09/06
Tweak That V-Synth


Sinevibes have unveiled it's new publication, the V-Synth TweakBook which they say is a groundbreaking sound design book for Roland V-Synth and V-Synth XT synthesizers.
Sinevibes tell us that the new TweakBook combines both in-depth explanations and tutorials, as well as gorgeous look and logical layout, making it a great experience for both beginning and hardcore V-Synth users. They say it is a very deep knowledge resource for those who want to take their sound design skills to a new level and learn how to use the V-Synth’s range of building elements both alone and in various simple or complex combinations.
Featured educational material is divided into several sections and contains articles which describe both the underlying concepts and possible usage of certain synthesis blocks and technologies. The book is provided with sound structure diagrams and other graphics, as well as example patches and demo audio recordings. A special map for easy parameter location is also provided for V-Synth newbies.
Features
  • 12 articles with illustrations, in 3 sections
  • 73 example patches
  • 27 audio demos
Pricing and Availability:
V-Synth TweakBook is immediately available as a download (PDF + materials) for MSRP $19 USD.
Printed version with a CD can be pre-ordered for MSRP $29 USD and will start shipping in the second week of October.
Additional materials that will be added in future versions will be free to all owners. More information and audio demo:
  • sinevibes.com/publications/v-synth-tb/

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