Hamlet S. wrote:Hi David. I received the book, but hadn't started when 10.6 landed. Will the 10.5 book be suitable to use alongside 10.6, or are the differences too big?
deckard1 wrote:Just bought your 10.5 book! Got the digital version. Looking forward to reading it and learning a lot.
David Nahmani wrote:Hamlet S. wrote:Hi David. I received the book, but hadn't started when 10.6 landed. Will the 10.5 book be suitable to use alongside 10.6, or are the differences too big?
Not to worry, the book is suitable for 10.6, the differences between 10.5 and 10.6 are very small and don't affect the book at all.
Albanil7 wrote:Sorry for the stupid question, but do I need Kindle to purchase "Kindle Version" and download this book onto an iMac? Or Can I just purchase it as a PDF and put it on my computer? Thanks!
Albanil7 wrote:Thanks David. I thought I was the only one who didn't sleep
teenagelightning0000 wrote:Hey David, so I'm not very deep into the book yet but I'm hung up on one of the early exercises. I'm at the part where you start walking the reader through the tracks view interface, and the required loop, Breaks Bump Beat 01, seems to be missing from my library. Is this an error on my part or was this loop removed in a recent update? Thanks!
GeorgeBungle wrote:Hello David I have just purchased your book from Amazon and also my apple MacBook it’s an M1 silicon chip and I’m on bigsur
GeorgeBungle wrote:In your introduction you talk about a midi controller (which I don’t have) and could you offer an advice on one to buy. I have tried some research but I’m confused on compatability with the new MacBooks could anyone point me in the right direction . I know that some are 33/37/49 keys etc but I just want any that will work with the new MacBook thanks to anyone that can offer any help
GeorgeBungle wrote:Hi David thank you for taking the time to reply , I am going to tackle chapter 1 as soon as I purchase a midi controller . I’ve never used a DAW so I’m all excited and raring to go take care and stay safe thanks