Synthesizers:

Access Virus
Alesis Andromeda
Doepfer Modular
Emu EIII
Korg Electribe
Korg MS2000
Korg Polysix
Kurzweil K2000 series
Moog Minitaur
Moog Rogue
Novation Bass Station 2
Oberheim OB8
Oberheim SEM
Roland CR78
Roland Juno 60
Roland SH-101
Roland TR8
Roland V-Synth
Sequential Circuits Prophet 5
Studio Electronics Boomstar 5089
Vermona Mono Lancet
Waldorf Blofeld
Waldorf Pulse
Yamaha DX7
Yamaha FS1R

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Types of Synthesis:
Analogue (Subtractive)
Additive (Fourier)
FM
Wavetable
Sample + Synthesis
Transwave

"How To" Articles: (coming soon)

More Cool Links:

Programming Analogue Synthesizers tutorial
Access released this 132-page PDF to support users of their Virus synthesizer - however, this tutorial gives an excellent background into the classic analog synths and how they are used to make some of the well-known synth sounds of the last few decades.

Synth Secrets
A series of 64 synthesis articles from Sound On Sound Magazine. This series is an incredible resource - read through all these articles and you will have a really good general background in all types of sound synthesis. The first 23 are about specific synthesis methods and techniques, the rest deal with attempts to emulate real instrument sounds using synths.

Synth School
Another series of synthesis articles from Sound On Sound Magazine - this time, 12 articles from Paul Wiffen. Another great resource.

Books on Synthesis:

Here is a page with a big list of some of the classic synthesizer books.

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