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We provide free online pdf manuals and support information for Apple Software: iPhoto, iWeb, iWork, Keynote, LiveType, Logic, Loops Utility, Mac OS X. Logic Pro X – The Details (part 1): A new type of manual – the visual My GEM books are the first and only Logic books based on the latest version Logic Pro X User Guide: Download the PDF | Go to Apple Books Specific key commands for new audio track/software/etc. big workflow.
 
 

 

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The iBooks usually take a month or two longer due to the reformatting and additional glossary. The pdfs and the printed books have an index for the terms.

Regarding search, I find the pf the best, because you can do boolean searches and search for phrases using quotation marks around the phrase. BTW, I never used anything else than the Preview app to read pdfs, which is much better pdf-reader than Adobe’s own app.

You don’t have to go back and forth searching the index. Much faster and more efficient leaning experience. You don’t need an iPad or iPhone to read the iBooks, you can use the iBooks app on your Mac and you still have all the interactivity. Just download the the free book samples to experience for yourself.

BTW, thanks for buying my books. I really appreciate it. Attached Thumbnails. The current help is available on the web. To find the current help, you just do that from Logic Pro X. Once you get the URL, you can use your Samsung tablet or any mobile device. As you can see I’ve pointed out it says In this example, You usually change documentation on the first two numbers, Thanks for the tip but it looks like this is the same as the Web link on the Apple support page.

For some reason that doesn’t seem to work for me either. The contents menu pops up but the disclosure triangles don’t work so it’s impossible to navigate from topic to topic. This could just be an issue with my browser but chrome is pretty popular so you would think it would be supported. Maybe it’s just user error as well but that is why I want a pdf because I don’t want to be dealing with Web browsers at all.

I just want something that I can read like a book, not a tangle of Web links. If you go here. Note: Click Load more results to see the Instruments and Effects. Edgar, I just finished your free automation book and I really liked it. I am definitely sold on your series but I have a quick question before I buy the next installment. Does the “Details” book overlap with the “how it works” book or is entirely different material?

I’ve been using Logic for a couple of years so I am pretty good at doing things in my own way. My problem is that I find I am doing some things the hard it feels like. I am wondering, do I need to get both books or should I just go straight to the “Details” since I already have a lot experience in Logic? Also, thanks again for the pdf link, but I was wondering, do you also have links to the old instruments and effects pdf’s from that time?

Thanks for your time and help. It is a continuation with all the remaining features of Logic that I haven’t covered in the first book. They are useful for any user level, because I introduce each topic in case a user is not familiar with it. A user can implement any of those trips, trick, features into any workflow right away. I often get response from customers that they say they are experienced Logic user, but they still found information in my book that they didn’t know in Logic.

How about the following challenge which is only for you and not for the public in general. I have a copy of it so I went to this URL and put in the following that you see in the image, then clicked on Search. Click on it to get the PDF. EdgarRothermich I think the value of an old fashioned index is that unlike a boolean search it lets the author create useful semantic links. For instance, the index entry “tracking” could take you to sections on recording audio and other sections on recording MIDI, even though the word “tracking” might appears in neither.

Make sense? I understand you wrote the first book, then got into details, wrote the second. It’s great for someone to read in that order. But having to use boolean search in two books doesn’t make a lot of sense if you’re trying to jump to answers. My case I don’t think is unique. I’d love to sit by the fireplace and read your books, but what I really need is a fast way to zoom in and read e.

And boolean searches pre-suppose I know the terminology, while I might not yet know what it’s called in Logic. What I’m getting at is that there’s an additional value-added layer you could offer that would use your familiarity with Logic and other apps to create something like an uber-index, a semantic converter, that would help anyone, even say a Cubase or ProTools user, to zoom in on the specific Logic stuff that might be discussed in multiple sections and books.

Another example. I’m working with a score, but I don’t know how Logic controls which regions and which tracks show up on the page. So I’m asking “how do I hide these tracks”, I search for “score hide tracks” but nothing comes up. In reality it’s not a matter of hiding them, but I don’t know how the page presentation is built, so I don’t know how else to express it.

Thus a table of contents and even a fancy boolean search for specific words won’t help. Editing It is once again possible to Shift-click to select non-contiguous notes in the Piano Roll editor.

Pressing Option-Shift while adjusting the Piano Roll Velocity slider again sets all notes to the same velocity as expected. It is no longer possible to inadvertently set the length of a note to 0 ticks in the Event Editor or the Step Editor. Mixer Addresses a rare automation related issue that could cause a bypassed Send on a muted Channel Strip to remain active.

Duplicating a track now reliably duplicates all plug-in parameter values. Clicking Cancel in the dialog shown when deleting an Aux in the mixer that is assigned to a track no longer deletes the Aux. Solo now works on channels routed to mono outputs higher than Output 1 or 2. Soloing a channel strip routed to a mono output no longer unexpectedly mutes the right output. Soloing an output above 1—2 now mutes Output 1—2 as expected.

Duplicating a track now also duplicates its track notes. Accessibility VoiceOver again properly announces selected regions. Plug-Ins Audio is now routed properly from Audio Unit-based multi-output instruments in projects saved in previous versions of Logic Pro X. When importing drum kits into Ultrabeat, the Import Kit name is again properly displayed. Instances of the Tremolo plug-in with a rate set to a Hz value are no longer reset to 32 bars when the project is loaded. General Joining audio regions when Low Latency mode is enabled no longer sometimes leads to the new region being shifted to an incorrect position.

Dragging an Apple Loops file into a track with a custom name no longer renames the track. Editing notes in the mixer notepad no longer sometimes causes custom fonts to reset, or text to be unexpectedly duplicated. It is once again possible to rename files and regions in the Project File browser using a key command.

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