[sdiy-market] Looking for EN in Europe/Italy
francesco.mulassano at gmail.com
Thu Jan 28 23:57:45 CET 2021
Hi Markus, nice list of links
I know that most of this books are available on pdf but i prefer the old
paper way! :-)
- Electronic music circuits is on my wish list
- I know well the work of Ray Wilson, it was one of my starting point,
years ago i bought from Ray some kits, and i have all the material to build
a synthlab but never had the time...
- I have seen Thomas Henry's books on Lulu, they are interesting but I
would rather they were all in one book (is Thomas in this list?) it's video
is available somewhere online?
- The reprint collection is very very interesting
- I have the Chamberlin books, it cost me 50 euros and is full of
annotations but is pure gold!
- Mu:zines is a great website, a lot of effort in it, and i think i have
almost all this magazine
- Digisound is copyright protected? it's a system that I really like and
would love to build
my suggestion (or book that i have)
- Delton T. Horn - The Synthesizer (i have the italian version "Il
Sintetizzatore", i don't know if is the same as the english version)
- F.C. Judd - Electronics in music (arrived today, very cool!)
- i have bought this books https://www.dataton.com/shop/the-early-synth-days
deserve very euro! is a very nice book, with many photos and many
electronic details of this synth that was the first product of the dataton
(which now produces other things)
- Arduino for Musician
and i have many other synths (non electronics) books
Incoming books (ordered) The new world of electronic music ;: A practical
book that gives the basic principles of sound, acoustics, electricity,
magnetism, recording techniques. the concepts and functions of the
synthesizer Walter Sear
Electronic Music and Musique Concrete (Paperback) F.C. Judd
Computers and Music: An Introduction R. A. Penfold
Electronic Musical Instruments Norman Crowhurst Synthesizer & Electronic
Keyboard Handbook Kindersley, Dorling
My main source are abebooks and amazon
Il giorno gio 28 gen 2021 alle ore 21:42 Markus <markusthegeek at yahoo.com>
> Hi Francesco,
> that is a great idea to build a library.
> I am on the same search as you and found it really hard to find good books
> about synth DIY.
> The following is a free download so I understand you could print it out
> locally. It is a lot better than many newer books tbh since it deals with
> the discrete elements like op amps and OTAs but also the specialized chips
> from CEM and SSM that are now available again from the original companies
> and also as cheaper clones.
> Electronic music circuits : Klein, Barry : Free Download, Borrow, and
> Streaming : Internet Archive
> I also find the whole Music from Outer Space website amazing with discrete
> circuits and detailed explanations, e.g.
> Music From Outer Space Your Synth-DIY Headquarters
> Then there are the great designs by Thomas Henry. You can buy some books
> via an online printing service but honestly I was missing explanations in
> them, mostly just a circuit collection.
> Thomas Henry - Synth DIY Wiki <https://sdiy.info/wiki/Thomas_Henry>
> The following site is excellent with lots of circuit details:
> Thomas Henry Designs
> Many of his great magazine articles are available for free (just takes
> forever to download this pdf):
> File:The Reprint Collection by Thomas Henry CC BY NC.pdf - Synth DIY Wiki
> Maybe check if you can get this one used, I just found one but have not
> gotten or read it yet:
> Musical Applications of Microprocessors by Hal Chamberlin
> Then I am also looking for the Bernd Hutchins books at list not all the
> Electronotes like you. I jumped on this thread as well, no reaction so far:
> electronotes/musical engineer's handbook/pcc pdfs - Page 6 - MUFF WIGGLER
> Finally there are some magazine articles available free for download:
> ETI: Electronics Today International. Hobbyist Magazine UK Edition
> Polyphony Issues (Active) <http://www.muzines.co.uk/mags/pl>
> Digisound Project 80 synthesizer modules | Digisound 80
> And then there is more in terms of electronic basic knowledge and maybe op
> amps and active filter design, just some free stuff I found.
> Don Lancaster's Guru's Lair Free eBook Downloads
> And some books you have to buy, potentially used or in a older edition:
> The Art of Electronics
> Practical Electronics for Inventors
> Small Signal Audio Design
> please let us know if you find additional treasures, specifically from the
> birth era of analog synths...
> On Thursday, January 28, 2021, 11:59:46 AM PST, francesco mulassano <
> francesco.mulassano at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, i'm interested in buying the EN stuff
> just discovered today that Ben does not ship anymore.
> I'm in Italy, i prefer European seller.
> Ps. I also look for other books on synths, electronic musical instruments,
> musical electronics mainly in English but I also evaluate other languages.
> My idea is to open a library in my city to make it freely available.
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