Soundhound wrote:http://www.amazon.com/Apple-Pro-Trainin ... 966&sr=8-1
David wrote:Soundhound wrote:http://www.amazon.com/Apple-Pro-Trainin ... 966&sr=8-1
I wrote that book! So the advantage is, if you have a question while reading it, you know where to find me.
The advantage of my book is that it's a carefully designed official apple curriculum for apple certification - that means that the whole Apple team worked with me on the table of content, the topics discussed, the order of the topics, etc.... Also we used 4 professional projects for the exercises, so you'll find the original Logic sessions on the accompanying DVD and you'll be guided step by step to retrace the steps the producers took to finish the projects. This concerns the lessons on Timestretching/Tempo Matching, Arranging, Mixing and Automation.
Honestly I'm obviously biased since I wrote the book but I strongly feel that it's the best educational material there is for Logic out there right now. Videos are a different approach and they will teach you many things for sure, but for $35 my book will take you by the hand and show you everything you need to get started producing music in Logic, ensuring solid foundations to build upon later.
route-electrique wrote:We all love videos, you can sit back and drink coffee, but if you want to really learn something, i recommend to get Davids book. It's much better choice since you're going to do exercises yourself (hands on training), not just trying to remember what happened on the video at 7 minutes 34 seconds. Don't have Logic 9 book yet (just ordered), but own Logic 8 one.
bengeringh wrote:Hello David,
With regards to your book; is it for beginners or is it also interesting for people who already know how to record a song, but maybe miss some details? Is there a book for more advanced users or is this book covering all?
Brentc wrote:I'm picturing myself struggling to hold a book open while I simultaneously control the mouse and try to hit keyboard commands, or play the midi controller, etc. Is this book able to lay flat on a desk or a music stand while I go through it?
While it's an introduction book, I would be very surprised if even a long time Logic user doesn't learn a bunch of new work flow ideas, concepts, key commands or shortcuts in this book.
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