The Chord Wheel

Author: Jim Fleser
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 9780634021428
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Offers detailed instructions on how to use the transparent wheel attached to the cover to analyze chord progressions, compose music, apply music theory, and transpose keys.

Keyboard

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W THIS PROGRAM ~ w YOU'LL UMMMWI m\i\jHR Turn your PC into an
incredible music studio with an array of built in professional studio musicians.
The JAMMER actually improvises and can create millions of original drum beats,
drum fills, bass lines, rhythms, melodies, and harmonies all under your control.
There's never been a better tool for writing, recording, practicing, and musical
idea generation. If you like creating music and want to get more done in less time,
then you owe it ...

Power Tools For Synthesizer Programming

Author: Jim Aikin
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 9781617745089
Size: 75.51 MB
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Written by Jim Aikin, author of Keyboard magazine's long-running "Technology Basics" column and scores of authoritative product reviews of synthesizers over the past two decades, this book includes sound design projects, dozens of audio ...

Microtimes

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They've built new instruments, created radical harmonies and used every tool at
their disposal in the eternal quest for the ultimate musical expression. Recently
that quest has been centered in ... Compact, easily transportable and capable of
generating almost any sound imaginable, it has one drawback-programming can
be a major production. For a musician whose talent lies in playing his instrument,
it can be overwhelming. Enter Hybrid Arts, a Los Angelesbased software ...

Contemporary Keyboard

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It appears that some of your interests span a wide range indeed, from building a
home-brew tone-wheel organ using "washers and silver dollars," to designing a
guitar-like instrument capable of producing orchestral sounds polyphonically, to
using a computer to generate very low frequencies into a vibrator for the deaf.
While all these topics are technically interesting, they are a bit far afield from
those I intend to discuss in this series of columns. For the next several months we
will look ...