ENava wrote:I'm assuming your new book has the same content as the old one plus the new updated content for Logic X.
Not exactly: some of the old content had to be corrected to correspond to the new version. However these are very small differences.
ENava wrote:In other words are all the exercises the same as the " Logic Pro X 10.3 " book.
Pretty much but not exactly, for example new Smart Tempo exercises replace exercises that used older techniques in the 10.3 book.
ENava wrote:The reason I ask is because I have gone through your Logic X 10.3 book from cover to cover twice and I really enjoyed it, Ya I know thick skull !!
The Mixing Chapter in your 10.3 book was a great introduction to the concept of mixing, however I do not recall any mention in your mechanics of mixing talk about " Gain Staging"
Just wondering if the Mixing section in your new book has more in depth information on Mixing.....
No there haven't been many additions to the mixing chapter and the new one is pretty much the same that in the 10.3 book. I don't talk about gain staging in the book as that alone would take a whole chapter!