[sdiy] Another possible Jung book

Scott Gravenhorst music.maker at gte.net
Thu Sep 27 17:53:49 CEST 2007

"Paul Schreiber" <synth1 at airmail.net> wrote:
>There is another book that Jung was a *contributor*/editor:
>Op Amp Applications Handbook ISBN 0-7506-7844-5
>which is *specific* to using Analog Devices op amps, but in many cases other 
>types can be used. About 800 pages long. Very useful! Ch. 7 alone is worth 
>the price (real-world problems/solutions for noise, power supply issues, 
>grounding, etc).
>Note: this book has a LOT of theory. God forbid folks should actually learn 
>something while building :)

You know, that is an excellent point.  My personal experience with theory and the math
involved was with (believe it or not) the PAiA FatMan.  That experience was key in
enabling me to work in the digital domain with audio DSP.  I know that sounds weird, but
many of the principles I learned with analog are quite applicable to digital techniques
and this is more than just at the block level.  Of course, this is just my opinion.

-- ScottG


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