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NEW! Genuine emagic Logic 5 & Logic 6 PDF Manuals (English Language)

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We are pleased to present for download: -afro-
Logic 5 - Mac OS 9 & Windows - Introduction
this copy is much preferred over the previous copies of the logic 5 manual that we had...

Logic 6 - Mac OS 9 - Introduction

Logic 6 - Mac OS X - Introduction

Logic 6 - Mac OS 9 & Mac OS X - Reference Addendum

Logic 7 - Mac OS X - Getting Started

Logic 7 - Mac OS X - Reference

Logic Express 7 - Mac OS X - Reference

About the Introduction Manual and Reference Manual

We have created this Introduction Manual with the intention of introducing you to
many of Logic’s features in a practical “hands-on” way. While you can certainly
read the Introduction Manual on the beach or in your favorite easy chair, we would
suggest that you take advantage of the accompanying song files supplied on your
Emagic Demo Songs CD-ROM. These files will assist you in quickly learning how to
handle MIDI and audio information via a series of exercises and examples.
For those of you who have a keen interest in Logic’s notation facilities, we have cre-
ated an extensive Score Tutorial, which is also available in electronic form on the
Emagic Demo Songs CD-ROM. You will also find a number of song files which will
provide you with source material for the Score Tutorial.
We’re sure that you’re ready to “dive in” to Logic and start working through the
remainder of the Introduction Manual, but before you do...

We ask that you read the following sections in this chapter, which discuss the
“basics” of Logic’s user interface and key information on Logic’s navigational aids.
This information is essential reading as Logic offers a range of unique options for
interaction with its user interface. You will need to be familiar with these tech-
niques, and the terminology used, as this information forms the basis of the Intro-
duction Manual and will help you to develop good working habits from the outset.
This will accelerate your use of Logic and will make learning the program more
enjoyable and simpler.

The various editing windows, functions and options which you will be introduced
to throughout the Introduction Manual are explained in further detail in the Refer-
ence Manual. This latter manual is designed as a reference work. In other words,
you can open a specific chapter on a specific editing window, setup task etc. and
find information on it. You will also discover a number of further small practical
examples as you work your way through the Reference Manual which will enhance
your understanding of features and functions. As a result, a number of techniques
discussed in earlier chapters (of both this Introduction Manual and the Reference
Manual) are repeated, but as the old adage goes, “practice makes perfect”.

--- Quote ---The online Help system—accessible from Logic’s Help menu—is fundamen-
tally the Reference Manual in electronic form. It has the advantage of being at
your fingertips when you need it, and is also searchable.
--- End quote ---

We recommend that you read the relevant portions of the Reference Manual that
interest you, in addition to this Introduction Manual. This Introduction Manual is
designed to get you “up and running” with Logic quickly. It is not the final arbiter
on all things Logic and does not cover all areas of the program in detail.

Needless to say, you will be introduced to a lot of new terminology as you’re
 reading through the Introduction Manual. This will be particularly
noticeable throughout the early chapters. We will include explanations and dia-
grams throughout to help you understand the terms and functions. So, don’t
sweat it if you encounter a term that you’re unfamiliar with—it will all fall into place
as you continue reading. On this point, please read the Introduction Manual in the
order that it is laid out. Many techniques that you will learn in one section are
directly transferable to another. This way, you will have the best possible experi-
ence as you familiarize yourself with Logic.

We also ask that you pay special attention to comments that feature the “Impor-
tant!” entry shown alongside the text. These are generally key points that will help
you to understand a concept or fact about Logic. Where you see the “Tip” entry
alongside the text, it usually indicates a shortcut, or some extra information that
will help to accelerate your use of the program.

These files seem to be missing

i can try to make these files available again; sometime in the near future;
these links were broken by the change in admin/web server long ago

I am trying a new workflow with physical synths, sound diver and Logic 5, would you please re upload those old manuals? thank you very much.

i need a manual for logic 4 anyone?


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