[quote:25832]Will MacProVideo also "redo" other training tutorial (EXS24, environment, plug-ins, ultrabeat, sculpture, etc), presented in Logic 8 framework?[/quote]
Here's what Martin revealed about the Logic's tutorials roadmap in one of the last MacProvideo newsletter. "
Logic 8 Tutorial Upgrades
As noted above, you can already check out Logic 8 tutorials by subscribing to the Logic 303: Logic TNT tutorial subscription. If you've purchased any of our other tutorial programs, you might be wondering how the transition to Logic 8 will affect your training programs. Well, let me tell you ...
At macProVideo.com, we generally give free upgrades to any tutorial that contains less than 20% new content. As Logic 8 includes a completely redesigned interface, all of the new tutorials will be 100% new content ... in other words, they will be completely new tutorials.
However, I am extending the following courtesies to our members:
1. Apple is giving free upgrades to anyone that bought Logic on or after August 1st. We're going to match that deal, and beat it. If you bought our tutorials after (and including) July 1st, 2007, we will give you free upgrades to the new tutorials, once they are available. If you have not already picked up the Logic 101, do so now and get a free upgrade to our Logic 8 101 ... it's like getting 2 tutorials for the price of 1.
2. If you purchased the Logic 101 before July 1st, 2007, upgrade to the new Logic 8 101 for 50% off the cover price of $49.50. I hope you will agree this is a fair deal, as it takes a lot of time, effort, and expense to produce these tutorials, so we can't just give them away for free.
3. Regarding the rest of the product line ... most of the tutorials work the same in Logic 8 as they did in Logic 7. There may be a few interface differences, but that's about all. As we have limited time and resources to update the close to 30 hours of training that is currently available, we are implementing the following roadmap.
Logic 102: Undetermined at this time
Logic 103: No upgrade Required
Logic 105: Replaced by Steve H's new Logic 201 (coming soon)
Logic 202: No upgrade Required
Logic 203: Replaced by Steve H's new Logic 201 (coming soon)
Logic 204: No upgrade Required
Logic 205: No upgrade Required
Clear as mud? If you have any concerns about this transition, please drop us a line by visiting the contact page of macProVideo.com:"
Cool things coming at MacProvideo.com :-)