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Do you know your classics ? It's always good to be reminded of some basics that we can...

Do you know your classics ? It’s always good to be reminded of some basics that we can easily forget in this daily ocean of informations and new things to learn.

A Beginner’s Guide to the Synth is an excellent article written by Meg Neal for 20 Khz website.

The article offers great insight on how a synthesizer basically works and how it is used to make sounds.

Add to this some references to the music that followed the evolution of synthesis and you obtain a good read full of important references.

The timeline is correctly respected and for those who think they already know it all… You could find a few surprises !

More informations :

A Beginner’s Guide to the Synth

20 Khz Website

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