“Logic Pro X – Automation”: Free Interactive iBook
“Logic Pro X – Automation”, the free manual that I released last month is now also available on Apple’s iBooks Store as an interactive multi-touch iBook – for free. This book is the complete 78-pages Automation chapter from the upcoming manual “Logic Pro X – The Details”, the follow up of my bestselling book “Logic Pro X – How it Works”.
The book covers every little detail of Logic’s Automation (even the undocumented ones) with rich illustrations and diagrams that are not found in any other manual. All the aspects of Automation are presented with that easy to understand, visual approach that makes the books in my Graphically Enhanced Manuals series so unique.
All my manuals are available in this interactive multi-touch format which is the perfect learning tool, efficient, engaging and fun, especially with all the rich graphics that look crisp and clear on the iPad or the computer screen. I increase the exposure on all the Logic screenshots, to bring out the details – no dark blurry pictures.
No other manual is available in this enhanced iBook format. I’ve included an extensive glossary, also with additional graphics. Every term throughout the content of the book is linked to the glossary term that lets you popup a window with the explanations without leaving the page you are currently reading. Every term lists all the entries in the book where it is used and links to other related terms. Flash cards can also be created from the glossary with the click of a button. You can read the book in portrait or landscape mode on your iPad or read it with the iBooks app on your Mac.
I added a new page (“Copy Automation with a Marquee Selection”) that is now also included in the pdf file (page 41). If you already downloaded the pdf file from my website, just re-download it to get the latest version (2014-0828).
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