Hal Leonard and Keyboard Present Steal This Sound

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The greatest synths sounds from the greatest records – and how to get them with your gear Montclair, NJ (September 20, 2011) – Hal Leonard Books, the musician’s best source of books on the music business, audio technology, instrument history, and more, has published

Steal This Sound

($19.99) by Mitchell Sigman. Presented by Keyboard Magazine, the book is a collection of Sigman’s columns of the same name from Keyboard, detailing the greatest synth sounds from the greatest records, and how they can be achieved with modern gear.

Presented in chronological order as they appeared in the magazine from inception to the present,

Steal This Sound

includes more than sixty articles describing prominent synth sounds from Prince’s “When Doves Cry” and Nine Inch Nails “Closer” to MGMT’s “Time to Pretend” and Radiohead’s “Everything in It’s Right Place”.

Steal This Sound

is packed with invaluable tips and insights into re-creating these great synth sounds and provides a unique view into how synth technology has evolved over the years. Sigman explains how these sounds were created originally on synths by Moog, ARP, Sequential Circuits, Roland, and Korg, and gives step-by-step instructions to re-create the sounds using widely available modern plug-ins and software instruments from a host of manufacturers.

Steal This Sound

is a great read for music enthusiasts and an invaluable resource for keyboardists and programmers.

About the Author:

Mitchell Sigman is a Los-Angeles based keyboardist, guitarist, and producer. His band Celebutante plays the LA area and has numerous TV track placements in shows such as The Jersey Shore, The Bold and the Beautiful, Burn Notice, Monk, and more. Sigman also won a BMI award in 2008 for his work on the Berlin track “Scream”, which is used as the theme song for the Lifetime drama Angela’s Eyes. Sigman has been a writer for Keyboard Magazine since 2004.

Keyboard Presents Steal This Sound

Hal Leonard Books September 2011 152 pages, 8” x 10” Paperback $19.99, ISBN 978-1-4234-9281-8

www.halleonardbooks.com

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