Sinevibes Fantom-G Tweakbook
The Fantom-G Tweakbook is intended "for people who want to explore the greatest depths of their Fantom-G synthesizers from Roland," according to Sinevibes.
The book covers several 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.
In total, the book includes 56 articles, 70 example patches, as well as additional samples and audio demonstrations.
Pricing & 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.
Book preview download and audio demos are available at the Sinevibes website: www.sinevibes.com.
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