Free Book: “Logic Pro X – What’s New in 10.2.3”

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“Logic Pro X – What’s New in 10.2.3” is a free book in my “Graphically Enhanced Manuals (GEM)” series. On 50 pages, I’m going over the new features and changes in this Logic Pro X update v10.2.3 and explain the topics in great detail with lots of graphics and diagrams.

The book is available as a PDF file, interactive multi-touch iBook and printed book and the links are on my website www.LogicProGEM.com

Graphically Enhanced Release Notes

This free book is for everybody who can’t concentrate reading through the long list of the official Release Notes and needs a little bit more in-depth information and a bit more color here and there. No need to search the internet and different forums or sit through YouTube videos to find out all the new goodies in this Logic update. They are all here in this book, concentrated on 50 pages, well explained and demonstrated. And of course, there is plenty of information that is not mentioned in the official Release Notes. The graphics in this book, an integral part of my manuals, gets you up to speed right away and lets you implement the new features in your workflow immediately.
 
Here are a few examples of the graphics you’ll find in this book:
 

New Click Zones for Edit Take Selection and Edit Take Region in QuickSwipe Comping
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Edit Crossfades on Comp Region
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New Click Zones for Loop Tool on Flexed Regions
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MIDI Event Quantization to Absolute Grid (new default)
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New Views for MultiMeter: Full, Compact, Meters
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New Chord Language in Score Editor
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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:
www.DingDingMusic.com/Manuals

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Thanks for your time and interest,

Edgar Rothermich.

Edgar Rothermich

Edgar Rothermich

Edgar Rothermich is a composer, producer, educator and author of the best-selling book series “Graphically Enhanced Manuals (GEM)” He is a graduate of the prestigious Tonmeister program at the University of Arts in Berlin where he also was teaching for five years. His musical work in a wide variety of styles includes numerous scores for films and TV shows plus compositions for ballet and sacred music. His recent re-recording of the Blade Runner soundtrack (done exclusively in Logic Pro!) achieved critical acclaim from critics and fans alike. Follow him on Twitter @EdgarRothermich
Edgar Rothermich

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  • Alexander Alfredo Nadal Pianti

    Nice! I just hope someday they work with the automation and make it more pro tools-like so I can work in post with logic. It is just missing a better automation system, then everything else that pro tools has I can emulate or even work faster with logic pro .

  • Ken Stolting

    Thanks Edgar, Nice addition to a great collection.

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