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Logic 9 Is There a Printable Manual For Logic 9?

Discussion in 'Logic 9' started by nautonnier, Nov 24, 2009.

  1. nautonnier

    nautonnier New Member

    Hello,

    While I completely agree and appreciate with the reasoning that a big, fat manual doesn't need to be included in every box, I am one of those people that like to read the manual at night before going to sleep. The PDF included on the dvd and available for download at apple.com seem to be formatted for small pages (about the size of the Exploring books that do come with the set). Is there a manual that is formatted for 8 1/2" x 11" so I can either print out myself or take it to Kinkos without having 1,200 half-filled pages?

    TIA,

    nautonnier
     
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  3. Markdvc

    Markdvc Administrator Staff Member

    No, I don't believe there is. Perhaps you can get it printed in a5 format?

    kind regards

    Mark
     
  4. Eddie Sullivan

    Eddie Sullivan Senior member

    Logic 9 reading...

    My opinion- invest in this tutorial:

    http://www.peachpit.com/store/product.aspx?isbn=0321636805

    Makes for much better 'nighttime' reading, it's actually pleasurable to read- use Apple's 'pdf' manual as a reference (in it's 'pdf' format) only when you need to... I doubt even Apple intended their manual to be read like a novel... the way it's laid out it's much more designed to be searched in answer to end user operating dilemmas...

    The additional benefit of the Peachpit Book is that it is the course material for Logic Certification, in case you ever wanted to do that : )

    just my opinion tho...
     
  5. Tux

    Tux Member

  6. nautonnier

    nautonnier New Member

    I was afraid of that.

    Eddie, you had the best suggestion and I may just go with that book (which is cheaper than printing the pdf by far and faster than trying to reformat all those pages). And I must admit, the Logic 9 manual isn't like the Logic 5 (last time I bought Logic--for the pc no less). 5's manual was easy to read linearly as well as look stuff up. Ah well.

    Thanks for the replies,

    nautonnier
     
  7. Dimebag71

    Dimebag71 New Member

    Thanks Tux!
     

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