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Beginners Guide To Computer Music - A summary

Published: Tue August 08, 2006  News Feed
New to computer music making? Welcome to an exciting world where you could be producing high quality tunes in next to no time at all. Andy Jones, former editor of Future Music and Computer Music magazines, guides you through the maze…
http://www.dolphinmusic.co.uk/page/shop/news_story/a/news_id/e/601  

Part 1: Sequencers and software studios.
The sequencer is the most important piece of software you will buy to make music on your computer. Here we run through the different types and make recommendations for all types of musicians…
http://www.dolphinmusic.co.uk/page/shop/news_story/a/news_id/e/700

PART 2: THE SOUNDS YOU NEED

Section 1: Virtual acoustic instruments
The market for these packages, also known as plug-ins, has exploded in recent years and now you can recreate pretty much every ‘real’ instrument and effect ever created in software, plus a load of stuff never even made in hardware!
http://www.dolphinmusic.co.uk/page/shop/news_story/a/news_id/e/794

Section 2: Virtual electronic instruments
In short, this is where the sonic creativity really starts as you explore the worlds of classic and cutting-edge synthesis, create your own beats and master your samples. We’ll kick things off with soft synths, both old and new…
http://www.dolphinmusic.co.uk/page/shop/news_story/a/news_id/e/825
 
 
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