First Updated Books Available for Logic Pro X 10.2
I just finished the revision for my two bestselling Logic books “Logic Pro X – How it Works” and “Logic Pro X – The Details“. They are now up-to-date with the new features and changes of Logic Pro X version 10.2, and available right now at www.DingDingMusic.com/Manuals
Learn the current Logic Pro X
Nothing is more frustrating than learning Logic Pro with a book or YouTube video that is based on outdated, and therefore, incorrect instructions. Logic Pro X is a fairly new app, and things are still evolving and changing. That means, with each Logic update, commands are moving to different menus and settings windows, concepts are changing, and brand new features are introduced, often without much information, leaving the user struggling to find the missing instructions and explanations.
Gobbler and Connect
This is not a new cop show on CBS. It is the name of a new chapter I added to the “Logic Pro X – The Details” book. Logic introduced the support for Gobbler and Apple Music Connect by just mentioning it without providing any further information about the details. In this new 16-pages chapter, I explain those new features in-depth for the first time with rich graphics and diagrams. Information you won’t find anywhere else.
Here is a sneak preview of a diagram from my book that I use to explain the concept of Apple Music Connect and Logic.
My Logic books, like all the other books in my “Graphically Enhanced Manuals (GEM)” series, are available in three formats:
The PDF files can be purchased directly from my website as a digital downloads
Interactive Multi-touch iBooks
These Enhanced iBooks versions have the same content as the PDF files but they include an additional 600+ term glossary (also with graphics and diagrams), that are linked throughout the content of the book for a true interactive learning experience. You can even create flash cards from the glossary terms with the click of a button. All my books can be download as free sample books from Apple’s iBooks Store to try this interactive format. BTW, Enhanced iBooks now can also be viewed on the iPhone).
My Logic books are also available as printed books on Amazon. Please note, my books on Amazon are always the same version as the corresponding pdf files. This is an advantage of print-on-demand technology, no need to sell pre-printed copies that are out of date. The book cover on Amazon might still show the old 10.1 cover (due to Amazon’s database update cycle). The description, however, should indicate that it is the new 10.2 version.
Please note that due to printing limitations, I had to split the 727-pages “Logic Pro X – The Details” book into part 1 and part 2.
One thing that sets my “Graphically Enhanced Manuals (GEM)” apart from all other books is that I provide free updates for my PDFs and iBooks, even when I add additional pages. In the case of Logic Pro X, those updated books are usually available month ahead of other Logic books on the market.
- Customers who already purchased the PDF file from my website should have received already an email with the free download link for the updated PDF file.
- Customers who already purchased the iBooks version from Apple’s Books Store, should see an update notification in their iBooks app to download the new version for free
Graphically Enhanced Manuals
For a list of all my books in my “Graphically Enhanced Manuals (GEM)” series and all the links, go to my website at:
Thanks for your time and interest,
Latest posts by Edgar Rothermich (see all)
- “Logic Pro X – What’s New in 10.4” Now available as Interactive Multi-Touch iBook - February 14, 2018
- New Book: “Logic Pro X – What’s New in 10.4” - February 3, 2018
- Logic Pro’s Level Meters – What Do You See? - December 22, 2017