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ASK Video Unveils Logic Pro 8 Tutorial DVD Series

May 30, 2008
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In Level 1 of this 4-part series, musician and Apple expert Tony Wallace returns to provide all the knowledge needed to start using Logic. Everything from basic setup to editing and looping regions is covered, giving newcomers a great starting point. Long time Logic users will find this DVD perfect for quickly learning any layout changes and where all of their favorite features have been moved to.

"Major software updates not only mean new features and more powerful technology, but layout and workflow changes as well," said Steve Kostrey, President of ASK Video. "With our new Logic Pro 8 Tutorial Series, we have done all of the hard work and research to present the entire program in an easy-to-use way so that every Logic user, from the beginner to the pro, will get the most from this powerful software."

Logic Pro 8 Level one contains over 3 and a half hours of high quality video, divided into 30 chapters in an easy-to-follow user interface. ASK Video's innovative interface makes it easy to watch and learn straight through as well as finding specific topics when using the DVD as a reference.

Wallace provides the basics in Level 1 beginning with chapters on setting up Logic 8 and providing a tour through the programs layout. The middle chapters focus on recording MIDI and audio before moving on to editing, looping, and arranging in the later chapters. Upon completion of the Level 1 DVD, users can continue on to intermediate concepts with Level 2, also due out this summer.

Pricing and Availability:
Logic Pro 8 Tutorial DVD Level 1 will be available June 13, 2008 for $49.99 USD. Pre-order before June 13 for $39.99 USD - a savings of 20%. Ordering information and video examples are available at http://www.askvideo.com.

System Compatibility:
Mac OS X Version 10.2 or higher, Power Mac G4 867 MHz, 256 MB RAM, Sound Card. This product includes QuickTime 7.x Mac/PC which is required for video playback. This DVD-Rom works on a computer equipped with a DVD-Rom drive. Minimum screen resolution 1024 x 768.

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