The authors are both devoted admirers (and experienced users) of classic keyboards and, together, they have created a marvellously impressive book detailing these instruments in great depth and breadth.
If you're looking for some initial insights into the creative stage of writing music to picture, then Michael Kruk's new book might be just what you need.
This new 55,000-word eBook from SOS contributor Craig Anderton is aimed at power users of PreSonus's Studio One DAW.
The new book from Patch & Tweak author Kim Bjørn focuses on stompboxes and how to get creative with them.
Inside you're rewarded with a very good dose of common-sense advice for those just getting to grips with the world of film and TV music creation.
This book claims to be "the most comprehensive guide to becoming successful in the Film/TV/Media industry, as told by 65 thriving professionals in mini interviews."
International publisher Routledge, owner of UK company Focal Press, is making six eBooks available for...
The team behind Push Turn Move shift their attention to modular synthesis.
The first edition of Loudspeakers was published in 2007 but now, with the much revised and expanded second edition, we have reason to give it the formal SOS review treatment...
The latest four-hour video-based series of tutorials from Samplecraze has the humble EQ in its sights.
This book's 350 pages are packed with useful ideas, up-to-date, well-marshalled information, and great conceptual explanations backed up with lots of useful diagrams.
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