Sort of, but it's trial and error basically
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Posted by Rod on February 20, 2001 at 17:08:35:
In Reply to: Is there a manual out there about doing a bit more complex programming like this? Sounds like your QS6 book had a bit, my QS8 book only has basics - what does what -nt- posted by Eric on February 17, 2001 at 20:25:26:
The qs6 manual has a few tips on programming.. not too many, but a step up from your typical synth manual.
Someone offers a guide to qs programming.. I think it's from Alexander publishing. Not sure if it's any good or not.
There are some 'generic' programming books, which may be of help. The theory behind subtractive synthesis is basically the same from synth to synth, just the implementation varies. But a lot of it is really experimentation, in my opinion.
- Pretty much all I've done, besides reading the QS manual, is experimentation, and it's worked fine, I just wonder whether there's easier and better ways to do what I'm doing, if I've missed anything -nt- Eric (Shattre) 2/21/2001