Electronotes is the publisher of Electronotes Newsletter, the Musical Engineer’s Handbook, the Builder’s Guide and Preferred Circuits Collection, and numerous Application Notes of interest in the areas of analog and digital music synthesis, audio, and general signal processing. Started in 1972 by Cornell electrical engineering professor Bernie Hutchins. It is a rich repository of circuits, techniques and ideas. Early subscribers and contributors to the newsletter were people like Bob Moog, Don Buchla and Serge Tcherepnin. A lot of interesting synthesizer modules, such as the ASM-2, and several CGS and Synthesizers.com ones are based on circuits originally published in the newsletter. Virtually all of their published materials are still available, as hard copies for purchase only from Electronotes. Some of it, the very newest, is on line for free.
- Electronotes website
- Index of Electronotes Newsletters
- Index of Electronotes: Mid-Month Letters, Perspectives, Webnotes and Bibliographies
- Index of Electronotes Application Notes
- Index of Electronotes Supplements