"Logic Pro - What's New In 10.7" provides the most comprehensive, most detailed, and most visually-oriented coverage of the Logic Pro update 10.7. On 106 pages, the author explains all the new features and changes with in-depth demonstrations, including information and instructions not found anywhere else. 23 pages alone are dedicated to explain the new Dolby Atmos implementation in Logic with clear signal flow diagrams to better understand how signals are routed inside Logic Pro.
No matter how complex or complicated the subject is, the author provides easy to understand graphics and diagrams that let the reader understand and master the material.
This is the 23rd book in the bestselling series "Graphically Enhanced Manuals". Readers love this uniques way of leaning applications no matter how easy or complicated the app might be. Here are some responses from satisfied customers:
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UNDERSTAND, not just LEARN
That is the motto of the book series "Graphically Enhanced Manuals" (GEM). They're a new type of manual with a visual approach that helps you UNDERSTAND a program, not just LEARN it. No need to read through 500 pages of dry text explanations. Rich graphics and diagrams help you to get that "aha" effect and make it easy to comprehend difficult concepts. The Graphically Enhanced Manuals help you master a program much faster with a much deeper understanding of concepts, features and workflows in a very intuitive way that is easy to understand