Tweak Your Fantom-G

Sinevibes releases the Fantom-G Tweakbook for advanced sound design and music production with Roland Fantom-G      30/03/09

Tweak Your Fantom-G


Sinevibes have released the Fantom-G Tweakbook. They tell us that this new book teaches advanced sound design and music production with Roland Fantom-G. Here's what they have to say about it...
The Fantom-G Tweakbook is intended for people who want to explore the greatest depths of their Fantom-G synthesizers from Roland. It is a truly immense knowledge resource of many different techniques and secrets on sound design and music production, with lots of illustrations and example sounds provided in each tutorial article.
The book covers an overwhelming amount of topics, including subtractive, additive and vector synthesis, ring modulation, analog sound replication, envelope, LFO and matrix modulation, using effect processors as synthesis blocks, sampling and re-sampling, advanced processing of internal and external sounds, audio post-production, using in conjunction with other gear and much beyond. And yet, with the helpful introductory tutorials, dictionary and patch parameter map, the Fantom-G Tweakbook is as easy to understand to newbies as it is to experienced Roland users.
In total, the book includes 56 articles, 70 example patches, as well as additional samples and audio demonstrations.
Pricing and Availability:
The Fantom-G Tweakbook is immediately available as a download for $19. It can also be purchased with a 50% discount along with any of the Sinevibes Fantom-G Sound Expansion bundle packs.
More information, book preview download and audio demos:



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