“Logic Pro X – How it Works” (10.1 Edition)
“Logic Pro X – How it Works”, the first book that was available in 2013 when Logic Pro X was released, is now again the first book that is updated with the changes and the new features of version 10.1. It has 35 more pages, with just 15 pages alone for the in-depth explanation of the new Drum Machine Designer.
Why buying an outdated Logic book that doesn’t match the current version, or doesn’t explain the new features and functionality, when there is a current one available…
Logic Pro X – How it Works (10.1 Revision)
Customers who bought the PDF file have already received an email with the free download link, and customers who bought the iBooks version, should see an update notification in their iBooks app. This is part of my unique free update policy, which is extremely important with the rapid development cycle of software applications nowadays. The printed book, available on Amazon, is also the current 10.1 revised edition. With the print-on-demand advantage, there is no need to sell outdated copies that are still sitting in the warehouse .
The revised 10.1 version of my second book “Logic Pro X – The Details” should be available by the end of next week.
The book is available in three formats:
* PDF: Available as a download link from my website
* Interactive Multi-Touch iBook: Only available on Apple’s iBooks Store
* Printed Book: The paperback book is available on Amazon
All the links are available on my website.
The Visual Approach
My unique concept of explaining features and concepts with easy to understand diagrams makes it possible for Logic Pro X users of all levels to learn its features – no matter how easy or advanced.
The GEM Advantage
Graphics, Graphics, Graphics
Every feature and concept is explained with rich graphics and illustrations that are not found in any other book or documentation. These are not just a few screenshots with arrows in it. I take the time to create unique diagrams to illustrate the concepts and workflows.
Knowledge and Understanding
The purpose of my manuals is to provide the reader with the knowledge and understanding of an app that is much more valuable than just listing and explaining a set of features.
For any given feature, I list every available command so you can decide which one to use in your workflow. Some of the information is not even found in the app’s documentation.
For Beginners and Advanced Users
The graphical approach makes my manuals easy to understand for beginners, but still, the wealth of information and details provide plenty of material, even for the most advanced user.
No other manual is available in all three formats: PDF (from my website), interactive multi-touch iBooks (on Apple’s iBooks Store), and printed book (on Amazon).
No other manual is available in the enhanced iBook format. I include an extensive glossary, also with additional graphics. Every term throughout the content of the iBook 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.
No other manual stays up to date with the current version of the app. Due to the rapid update cycles of applications nowadays, most books by major publishers are already outdated by the time they are released. I constantly update my books to stay current with the latest version of an app.
Free Updates (PDF, iBook only)
No other manual provides free updates, I do. Whenever I update a book, I email a free download link of the PDF file to current customers. iBooks customers will receive an automatic update notification and 24 hours after a new update, the printed book will be available on Amazon. They are print-on-demand books, which means, whenever you order a book on Amazon, you get the most recent version and not an outdated one sitting in a publisher’s warehouse.
Graphically Enhanced Manual (GEM) series
Please go to my website to check out all the titles that I released in my Graphically Enhanced Manuals series.Thanks.
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