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Music Theory for Computer Musicians Bk/Cd You should also get the Dance Music Manual 2nd edition.
Michael's writing style is very clear and focused so it's easy to follow along with all the examples and information he provides.
This is an essential book if you want to learn how to produce your own music using computer software.
Despite the quite critical reviews on this book, I've found a fantastic wealth of knowledge in this book. Read morePublished 3 months ago by David
Product was shipped quickly and was exactly as advertised. Need I say anything more?Published 5 months ago by Dean Willis
Good book. Found it useful in laying out the concepts for composition. A pretty quick read. Good style of writing.Published 11 months ago by HP-15C
I bought his book with the expectation that it would provide some insight about composing music using a DAW. This book really doesn't have much to do with composition at all. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Haris G. Bruch
We need to purchase the "trilogy" so that we can learn the musical theory and I did it. Thanks a lot Mr. Hewitt.Published 22 months ago by Renato Veiga
As a NOOB composing music, this book was exactly what I needed.
I wanted to make backing tracks with Ableton to play guitar with. Read more
I'm making a transition from traditional to computer and this is what I was looking for.
You need a basic understanding of music/theory as it is not a beginners music... Read more
Hi All,first I am a complete begginer at computer music.I think to use this book to its fullest you need to know something about music theory. Read morePublished on March 17, 2011 by hoser13