Resources Intended for Musicians

Okay, don't ask me what occurred, but seems my resources page has been annoyingly replaced with the store front page, so as I gather all this fucking shit up AGAIN, I do have one interesting link to share -

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I know the paltry ass selection here looks amateur as Hell. Working on that ASAP!!! It would be such an awesome honor to have just a library of knoledge within this page and that is what one day I am striving for.

Reddit.com - I mean, it is the front page of the internet. 

 

The book listed is a fantastic read for any modular folks out there, regardless of skill level (and in this arena I have none, so you will certainly enjoy it). This book covers a wide variety of material, from what to buy, when to buy it, and interviews with prominent modular musicians - www.patchandtweak.com 

  

A fun little toy for your phone. Not even on the same spectrum of being as good as Caustic, but still. . . It is really good for experimenting with various chord progressions when just starting work on a tune - www.chordbot.com 

  

Interested in controlling your analog gear through your computer and modulate from both locations? This standalone application does a ton of stuff like that, and more (for only 20 bucks!) Now, if only I could fully figure it out! cvtoolkit.com 

  

Allows you to run a modular synthesizer on your regular old computer. I actually wrote a piece on this software. Check that out here. 

 

This one is an uber awesome tuning app for your phone. Available, I think (?) on iPhone and most certainly from the Google play store  - it's a hell of a tuner and you will never be left digging through your gig bag for that tiny rectangular shaped device anymore. Now, it's just a pockets length away - tonalenergy.com 

 

Got Resource ideas? I know you have something up that sleeve of yours! Stop being selfish and keeping it all to yourself! To atone for this sin of secrecy please be sure to add as many resources as you can dream up within the comments section below and I'll be happy to add them to this page (and, obviously, give you credit for the find). In fact I don't just want them, I need them! So help a guy out, will ya? And always, ALWAYS Keep on rockin' and rollin'

Are you trying to get started streaming and I've caught you just before you throw your whole rig out an upstairs window? Well, don't do that. Instead, here's a great guide from my pals at the New York Modular Society - https://nyms.love/2020/04/26/how-to-stream-to-twitch-from-your-computer/

A zillion patches for your perusal and knowledge regarding the Moog Mother 32 - https://mother32.earthcontrol.de/ 

An utter plethora of digital knowledge all gathered in the one beautiful web site - Ask.Audio

 A database of industry contacts / playlisters / labels - https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1c3gYZ1HNQocXfW5ShAJrprL6G-elNmIfGEwVj93jUmA/edit#gid=1396520384

 Synth Secrets contains text on EVERYTHING, A-Z, Front to back - Highly recommend - https://drive.google.com/open?id=12SM0SAOvMq166gc8B1b81Y_S7HPym3Iy

 Three ambitious Master's students chronicled their attempt to build a synthesizer will really no prior knowledge - The paper they turned in can be found here - https://drive.google.com/open?id=1x_U8mz1W2O9weLCUQ7wmKx5nqVk4H-YO

For anyone interested in the weird sceience of Circuit Bending, Rheed Gazala is this art form's Grandfather, who wrote a very approachable rendition of just how to get bending, another must read in my book! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1bwG640RITWrY1ot7vWQtVey84J7isJKM/view?usp=sharing

One of my absolute favorite texts from College, Michel Chino's Audio Vision - https://drive.google.com/open?id=1C4z4UEDtuGm1tYu6DDSJVD0SJ6jsXZ-m

And who could forget old Loopop? His Youtube Channel is one of the most helpful musician resources on the web - 

 

Good self promo subreddits for music

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Music in the making

This is our music

Listen to this 

Music promotion 

My music

Shameless plug

These are our album's

User produced

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125 blogs to submit your music to - https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1zbCMIaxZvny7Mo4NRQw0OmRWZgBlT1M1t2T3uhzV9Lk/edit?usp=drivesdk

 

Mother 32, 10 Patches - https://drive.google.com/file/d/1LdrmLjyw02EzWCZfRdc_YeYQPq60ri0i/view?usp=drivesdk

 

Mother 32, an additional 35 patches - https://drive.google.com/file/d/14_cf4gehyKKJJxKLOmps2Mjy3ckW1vSY/view?usp=drivesdk

 

Awesome MS20MINI patches - http://blog.ipppei.com/archives/cat_50032881.html

 

Mother 32, search engine for patches !! mother32.earthcontrol.de

 

Michel Chion, Audio Vision - https://drive.google.com/open?id=1C4z4UEDtuGm1tYu6DDSJVD0SJ6jsXZ-m

 

Rheed Ghazala, Build Your Own Alien 👽 Instruments - https://drive.google.com/file/d/1bwG640RITWrY1ot7vWQtVey84J7isJKM/view?usp=sharing

 

Synth Secrets contains text on EVERYTHING, A-Z, Front to back - Highly recommend - https://drive.google.com/open?id=12SM0SAOvMq166gc8B1b81Y_S7HPym3Iy

 

 Three ambitious Master's students chronicled their attempt to build a synthesizer will really no prior knowledge - The paper they turned in can be found here - https://drive.google.com/open?id=1x_U8mz1W2O9weLCUQ7wmKx5nqVk4H-YO

 

 Here's some notes of mine, taken from a Master's class on Logic (It's a super slow W.I.P. but pretty extensive already) - https://drive.google.com/open?id=1bX_TRYmiea98B58IJI-JVZIb5VbrrxwhSOmHXeHq9PY https://drive.google.com/open?id=1bX_TRYmiea98B58IJI-JVZIb5VbrrxwhSOmHXeHq9PY

 

I'm addicted to this video and the method he preaches - https://youtu.be/yFmIxR0hN1A