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    +1 on the Bob Katz and Bobby Owsinski titles. The Bob Katz is top of my recommended reading list for anyone who's serious about the production of music in any cpacity.
    Dogma is the death of the intellect

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    "Picture Chord Encyclopedia" Photos, Diagrams & Music notation for over 1,600 Keyboard Chords.
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    Didn't see this one listed.
    If you're building your own place check out.
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    Recording engineer training manual from Audio Institute of america. Worth every penny
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arkaic
    what's a good book on learning the basics on synthesizers and synth programming? Specifically software modular synths, if that matters.
    Wizoo's Programming Synthesizers

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    the matrix of hiphop by black dot, dope presentation of hiphop from the beginning until ****-hop.

    good book, but the author is racism.

    is there someone who read this book too ?

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    beattips manual

    idiots guide to music theory are very useful reads.check em out

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    Think and Grow Rich-The African American version written by Napoloeon Hill's protege Dennis Kimbro. I aint ever been the same since I read that book.It opened my mind up to a whole other level. Unfortunately I outgrew most of my homies after adapting that approach to life. I recommend it to any minority interested in becoming an entrepreneur. He took Napoloen Hill's principles and expanded upon it.If you're not a minority-cop Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill.
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    Any book by Robert Greene is a must read.

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    Dr. Dre: The Biography by Ronnin Ro

    That dude has 11 kids and Suge is step father to one of them. Thats prob why he been working out. LOL
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