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Logic Pro 9 Power!: The Comprehensive Guide Paperback – May 4, 2010
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About the Author
Kevin Anker is a longtime professional keyboardist. He has performed, toured, composed, sequenced, produced, engineered, and recorded for a variety of artists both nationally and internationally, including a long relationship with roots music label Severn Records and a variety of their acts, such as The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Tad Robinson, and others. Kevin is the co-author of Logic Pro 8 Power! and Logic Pro 9 Power!, and he is the author of Using Logic Pro's Synthesizers and Logic Pro X Power!.
Orren Merton, author of Guitar Rig 2 Power!, Logic Pro 7 Power!, GarageBand Ignite! and co-author of Logic 7 Ignite has been a computer musician since his days in U.C. Berkeley in 1988, and has been writing in the professional audio field for over five years. He has done technical writing for Emagic Soft- und Hardware GmbH, and writes for numerous American and British pro audio magazines. He has a master's degree in English from California State University, Long Beach. In between writing and consulting in the pro audio and computer music fields, he also helps moderate the Logic User Group, an online community of over 23,000 Logic users. Orren lives in Orange County, California and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Top Customer Reviews
This book is not without it flaws. A few topics are covered rather quickly and there is at least one paragraph that makes no sense at all. That is why I rate it 4 stars rather than 5.
If you have no experience with DAW's or you are a highly advanced user, this may not be for you. But, most of us are somewhere in-between and this book is highly recommended.
ORIGINAL REVIEW: I have several other Logic books since I need all the help I can get with the program, including Apple Pro Training Series: Logic Pro 9 and Logic Express 9,Apple Pro Training Series: Logic Pro 9 Advanced Music Production,The Power in Logic Pro: Songwriting, Composing, Remixing, and Making Beats - Quick Pro Guides and Logic Pro For Recording Engineers and Producers - Quick Pro Guides. I've read the first three books so far.
I was a little hesitant in buying this book because there were not many reviews on it, but I'm glad I took a chance. I've honestly only begun reading this book, but, so far, I am very impressed. The beginning of the book starts with more basic material, including, among other things, the difference between analog and digital signals and an introduction to MIDI. The book then continues into more intermediate material, and then more advanced material. At over 600 pages, there is LOADS of material in here.
Personally, I found the introductory material VERY helpful. Perhaps if someone has been an engineer for some time, or perhaps has a good understanding of the technicalities of audio, then there may not be much to learn in the beginning. I learned a lot, and I was very appreciative for the in-depth approach taken by these authors.
So far, I highly recommend this book. I wish I had found it sooner.