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The Electronic Drum Cookbook By Thomas Henry
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An easy to read guide that presents circuits designed for a "mix and match" approach to building versatile, high-quality electronic percussion. Created by well known DIY guru, Thomas Henry,... More > each section of The Electronic Drum Cookbook presents a new building block that can be combined in a variety of ways to build a custom musical instrument that makes, mixes, and modifies your own sounds.< Less
The Electronic Drum Cookbook By Thomas Henry
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An easy to read guide that presents circuits designed for a "mix and match" approach to building versatile, high-quality electronic percussion. Created by well known DIY guru, Thomas Henry,... More > each section of The Electronic Drum Cookbook presents a new building block that can be combined in a variety of ways to build a custom musical instrument that makes, mixes, and modifies your own sounds.< Less
The Noise Generator Cookbook: A Complete Guide for the Do-it-Youselfer Showing How to Design and Build Noise Generatrors for Analog Synthesizers, Electronic Percussion, Audio Testing and More By Thomas Henry
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If you think there's nothing new in the world of noise generator modules, look again! This amazing collection of over one dozen elegant and practical circuits will change your mind. They're ideally... More > suited for analog synthesizers, electronic percussion, audio testing and more. The real secrets are revealed once and for all in an easy to understand form. You'll find both analog and digital approaches, methods to add voltage control for incredible sonic sweeps, a little-known technique that uses negative feedback to boost response, a variety of pink noise filters, oscillator bank approaches for metallic sounds, and a whole lot more!< Less
The Electronic Drum Cookbook: 18 Practical Elecronic Drum Circuits for the Do-It-Yourselfer By Thomas Henry
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An easy to read guide that presents circuits designed for a "mix and match" approach to building versatile, high-quality electronic percussion. Created by well known DIY guru, Thomas Henry,... More > each section of The Electronic Drum Cookbook presents a new building block that can be combined in a variety of ways to build a custom musical instrument that makes, mixes, and modifies your own sounds.< Less
Musical Instruments By John Ambrose
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Quick reference guide. All parts of the world are represented by their national and regional musical instruments. Systematical classification as well as alphabetical and geographical listings. It is... More > a coherent and well-organised guide for quick practical knowledge.< Less
Sea-Breeze By Brendan Keenan
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Conductor's Score for Sea-Breeze, a new work for piano, two saxophones, two percussionists and conductor. Playing time 11 minutes. Parts are distributed electronically at no charge. Please contact... More > author using information on inside cover to request parts.< Less
The Noise Generator Cookbook By Thomas Henry
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If you think there's nothing new in the world of noise generator modules, look again! This amazing collection of over one dozen elegant and practical circuits will change your mind. They're ideally... More > suited for analog synthesizers, electronic percussion, audio testing and more. The real secrets are revealed once and for all in an easy to understand form. You'll find both analog and digital approaches, methods to add voltage control for incredible sonic sweeps, a little-known technique that uses negative feedback to boost response, a variety of pink noise filters, oscillator bank approaches for metallic sounds, and a whole lot more!< Less
The Noise Generator Cookbook By Thomas Henry
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If you think there's nothing new in the world of noise generator modules, look again! This amazing collection of over one dozen elegant and practical circuits will change your mind. They're ideally... More > suited for analog synthesizers, electronic percussion, audio testing and more. The real secrets are revealed once and for all in an easy to understand form. You'll find both analog and digital approaches, methods to add voltage control for incredible sonic sweeps, a little-known technique that uses negative feedback to boost response, a variety of pink noise filters, oscillator bank approaches for metallic sounds, and a whole lot more!< Less
Change ringing - Wood on strings By Martin Lohse
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One movement in two coherent parts, approximately 6 minutes. The title refers to the famous minimalistic piece Music for pieces of Wood by Steve Reich, but it should also be understand quite... More > literally, because all the musicians are playing with the back of bow (col legno battuto) making a percussive effect in the first part. The electronic are five delays in the cello which, together with the original sound in the cello, are making a simple Change ringing pattern. The special technique change ringing developed in English church towers in the 17th century, and is the art of ringing a set of tuned bells in mathematical patterns called “changes”, thereby giving repetitions which slowly change.< Less
Radiohead: All the Time Band By Dylan Watson
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Radiohead is a British rock band from Oxford. Their current moniker, 'Radiohead', was taken from the song 'Radio Head' by Talking Heads, whose album Remain in Light (1980) is a band favorite and... More > major influence on their Kid A (2000). The band consists of Thom Yorke (vocals, rhythm guitar and keyboards), Ed O'Brien (guitars, vocals), Jonny Greenwood (guitars, keyboards, Ondes Martenot, and other electronics), his brother Colin Greenwood (bass guitar), and Phil Selway (drums and percussion). Yorke and J. Greenwood are chiefly responsible for songwriting, most often with Yorke originating songs and Greenwood building on them. The band's early influences include artists such as Elvis Costello, the Pixies, Pink Floyd, R.E.M., U2, Talking Heads, The Beatles, The Smiths, and Mancunian post-punk acts The Fall, Joy Division, and Magazine. Later influences include German art-rock band Can, electronic artists such as Autechre, and jazz artists such as Charles Mingus and Miles Davis.< Less