Re: [AH] recommend a book for me please!

From prototek
Sent Sun, Jan 15th 2006, 00:16

    I recall a lot of people saying the old Roland books are really good. I
cant seem to remember the name but I believe it might have been for the
System 100m? Somebody help me out here.
-John

On 1/14/06 1:11 PM, "Matteo Santori" <matteo@tilde.it> wrote:

> Hello,
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> Try to take a look trought the archive. This topic has been extensively
> discussed in the past.
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> Good luck!
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> Ciao,
> M
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "snafu" <simonabsent@gmx.de>
> To: "AH analogue heaven AH" <analogue@hyperreal.org>
> Sent: Saturday, January 14, 2006 7:02 PM
> Subject: [AH] recommend a book for me please!
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> hello fellows!
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> please tell me which book i should buy: - what i am looking for is no buy=
ers
> guide, i don=B4t want to buy any other synth.
> the one i have is a nordlead3 and it is just right for me.
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> what i need is a "working book" as of showing me the little and big thing=
s a
> synth can do. meaning like:
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> "ahhhh - so that=B4s how i make a --!!!ZAP!!!-- sound"
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> just some scoop about how i get the best out of my synth...
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> thank you :-)
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> poke-si-mon=20
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