Logic Remote – How it Works – Updated
Edgar Rothermich, the author of “Logic Pro X – How it Works” just notified us that his book called “Logic Remote – How it Works” has been updated to reflect all the changes found in the latest version of the Logic Remote app for iPad.
Here’s what Edgar told us:
I updated my book “Logic Remote – How it Works” to reflect all the changes of the latest version 1.1 of Logic Remote. Version 1.1 updated the user interface with the new iOS7 look and now supports all three music apps: Logic Pro X, GarageBand X and MainStage.
My manual is the only comprehensive book on the market for this amazing little iPad app and now it is even up to date with all the new screenshots for the app. The book now also differentiates the workflow and interface when using Logic Remote with Logic Pro X, GarageBand or MainStage.
This book is part of my popular Graphically Enhanced Manuals (GEM) series with other books for Logic Pro X, GarageBand X and Final Cut Pro X. What sets these manuals apart is my commitment to keep the books updated (free of charge for customers of the pdf and iBooks version). Customers who bought the PDF file already received an email with a free download link, and everybody who bought the iBooks version on Apple’s iBook Store should see an update notification in their iBooks app for the free update (which went online this weekend). The product page on Amazon provides the “Look Inside” feature were you can browse through the book to get the idea about the detailed content of the book.
More info on Amazon:Logic Remote (iPad) – How it Works: A new type of manual – the visual approach
More info on Edgar’s web site:
For Logic Pro Expert’s review of “Logic Pro X – How it Works” follow this link:
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