New Logic Pro X Book – Logic Pro X Power!
Today is a another great day for the Logic Pro community. The new “Logic Pro X Power!: The Comprehensive Guide” book by Kevin Anker and Orren Merton has been released in paperback and is available on Amazon.
I had the great pleasure of participating in the editing of this book, and I have to say – Kevin really nailed it. He describes workflows and techniques not specifically covered in the manual. And he’s got a really nice approachable way of writing that helps demystify complex concepts. It’s one of those Logic Pro books that, whatever page you flip it open to, you’ll find some interesting useful tidbit you either weren’t aware of, or had forgotten, or never really explored. It’s really a great book for anyone wanting to take their Logic Pro X power to the next level!
About “Logic Pro X Power!: The Comprehensive Guide”
“Logic Pro X Power!: The Comprehensive Guide” is a thoroughly updated edition of this popular guide to Logic Pro X. This 496 page book is both an introduction and reference to Logic Pro X’s essential features. All the issues and questions you’re likely to encounter while working with Logic Pro X are covered simply and thoroughly. In addition, you’ll learn why Logic Pro X works the way it does, instead of just reproducing steps mechanically, you’ll understand what you’re doing, leading you to true expertise and creativity with Logic Pro X. If you’re a beginner, you will benefit from the clear, step-by-step introductions to what Logic Pro X can do. More advanced users will find “Logic Pro X Power! The Comprehensive Guide” an indispensable reference, the go-to resource covering all of the software’s features and functions. Build your Logic Pro X expertise with “Logic Pro X Power!: The Comprehensive Guide”.
About the Authors
Kevin Anker, co-author of “Logic Pro 8 Power!” and “Logic Pro 9 Power!”, and author of Using “Logic Pro’s Synthesizers”, is a longtime professional musician with more than a quarter century’s experience in computer-based music production. He has performed, composed, sequenced, produced, engineered, and recorded for a variety of artists both nationally and internationally, including a long relationship with roots music label Severn Records and a variety of their acts, such as The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Tad Robinson, Darrell Nulisch, the late, great Lou Pride, Bryan Lee, and Ursula Ricks. He has been a Logic Pro user since 2002.
Orren Merton, author of “Guitar Rig 2 Power!”, “Logic Pro 7 Power!”, “GarageBand Ignite!” and co-author of “Logic 7 Ignite!” has been a computer musician since his days in U.C. Berkeley in 1988, and has been writing in the professional audio field for over five years. He has done technical writing for Emagic Soft- und Hardware GmbH, and writes for numerous American and British pro audio magazines. He has a master’s degree in English from California State University, Long Beach. In between writing and consulting in the pro audio and computer music fields, he also helps moderate the Logic User Group, an online community of over 23,000 Logic Pro users.
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