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Reading "Life" by Keith Richards. A bit hefty, but a must read–even if you're not a huge Stones fan. Going to read the Scott Weiland book after that.
"Music, The Brain and Ecstasy" - http://www.amazon.com/Music-Brain-Ecstasy-Captures-Imagination/dp/038078209XMusical psychoacoustics, biology, psychology, all kinds of amazing things combining to make our asses shake.
Digging through old boxes....I found my Kurt Cobain journal I bought when I was in high school. that book is pretty cool time machine to see all his handwritten lyrics and drawings. freesoulvw.
1. Dance Music Manual, 2nd Edition: Tools, Toys & Techniques2. How to Make a Noise: iPad Synthesizers Edition3. Video tutorials by Olav Basoski:- Making Electronic Dance Music- Designing Sounds for Dance Music- Live 8 403: Remixing in Live
The Theory and Technique of Electronic Music - Miller PucketteThe SuperCollider Book - Scott Wilson, David Cottle, Nick Collins Electronic Music and Sound Design - Alessandro Cipriani and Maurizio GiriJust a few books I have been reading lately.
Ableton Live 7 bookzine (I know, I've had it for a couple of years and still haven't got through it.)Waiting to be read on my shelf: "The Adventures of Talking Heads in the 20th Century" and "How to DJ (Properly)"Often dipped into: "Music Technology Reference Book" by Peter Buick and Vic Lennard. Highly recommended.
This is your brain on music
"Read? We don't do much reading."quoted from the Twins in "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen"
Drum Programming: A Complete Guide To Program And Think Like A Drummer by Ray BadnessHow To Make A Noise by Simon Cannand ....The Big Book Of Adventure Stories (vintage original) by Otto Penzler
"Born to Use Mics" about NAS'- Illmatic album.Very interesting.
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