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-

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Posted by Eric (Shattre) on February 21, 2001 at 21:23:55:

In Reply to: Sort of, but it's trial and error basically posted by Rod on February 20, 2001 at 17:08:35:

: 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.

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