Fantom Tweakbook 5th Edition Released

Sinevibes’ vastly improved book dives even deeper into the Roland synths      11/04/08
Fantom Tweakbook 5th Edition Released


Sinevibes has announced the immediate availability of the5th edition of the Fantom Tweakbook, the sound design and music post-production guide for Roland Fantom-S, Fantom-X, Juno-G and SonicCell synthesizers. The new edition is the biggest update to the Tweakbook ever: there are now 62 illustrated articles explaining the capabilities of these instruments even deeper. The look and layout has been totally reworked from scratch and, in addition to the helpful synthesizer and effects parameter map, there is a little dictionary which makes it even easier to navigate and understand the book.
The Fantom Tweakbook now covers an overwhelming amount of topics, including subtractive, additive and vector synthesis, ring modulation, analog sound replication, creating complex effects on patch level, envelope, LFO and matrix modulation, using effects processors as synthesis blocks, sampling and re-sampling, advanced processing of internal and external sounds, using in conjunction with other gear and much beyond. The 5th edition comes with over 220 example patches and templates, as well as a new collection of raw sample material and rhythm kits - so you can instantly start making your own sounds and music.
Pricing and Availability:
The Fantom Tweakbook 5th edition is available online for $19. It can also be purchased together with the Planet series libraries as a discount bundle. More information:


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