Vancouver (June 13, 2007)--Users of Apple's Logic Pro have a new way to get in-depth with the program, via Emmy-nominated composer Steve Horelick's "Logic TNT (Tips 'N Tricks)" online subscription video series. Available exclusively at www.macprovideo.com/tutorial/logicTipsAndTricks, "Logic Tips & Tricks" is an new and timely approach to software education--each new installment is produced directly in response to topic suggestions posted at the tutorial's online forum.
Steve Horelick Aimed at users with advanced working knowledge of Logic Pro, "Logic TNT" will unveil hidden capabilities of this DAW direct from Horelick, who is an Apple-certified Logic Pro trainer and award-winning TV, film and interactive media composer now releasing his fifth tutorial with MacProVideo.com. "Logic Pro is so deep that there's always something new, useful, and inspiring that you can learn about it," Horelick said. "Its integration of audio and MIDI continue to make it an amazing tool for music production, scoring, and even mastering.
"There are many secrets about this program that are yet to be revealed. The 'Logic TNT' series, and the groundbreaking format it's presented in, will allow serious Logic Pro users to gain up-to-the-minute intelligence on this extremely powerful DAW."
"Logic TNT" subscribers will be the first user group ever to benefit from macProVideo.com's innovative Nonlinear Educating Device (N.E.D.) tutorial video player. N.E.D. is an integrated download manager that incrementally and progressively downloads tutorial videos, allowing subscribers to start watching tutorials immediately while the rest download in the background. Even if the connection is dropped, N.E.D. will resume the download where it left off the next time an Internet connection is made. All downloaded tutorials remain on the user's computer and can be viewed at any time, even if the computer is removed from an internet connection.
Subscribers to "Logic TNT" will get at least 15 minutes of new Logic techniques delivered to their computers every month through N.E.D. They will be able to continuously shape the series by posting questions to the series' accompanying online forum, from which Horelick (www.macprovideo.com/trainer/stevehorelick) and selected guest trainers will select a new topic for screen-capture-based video instruction every month. As a result, "Logic TNT" has the powerful ability to stay current in step with all program revisions and updates.
"MacProVideo.com provides the ideal vehicle for me to share fresh knowledge on Logic Pro with the world," Horelick added. "The company's founder (Apple's Logic Courseware designer Martin Sitter) knows Logic Pro inside and out, and he really understand the needs and ambitions of the user base. Their latest technology offerings underscore why video tutorials are simply the best way to learn a program: There's no leap of faith from a manual or book--I show you exactly where the hidden functions are, what buttons to click, and why to click them. It all happens right there before your eyes."
Steve Horelick's "Logic Tips & Tricks" series is available via download only through www.MacProVideo.com. It is priced at $40 for the year, or approximately $10 per hour of tutorials.