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Nov 11, 2012 2:51 PM

Apple needs to make this program a little more user friendly. And the manual. It is impossible to find ansewrs to simple questions. For example, when you try to figure out how to use the tuner in Logic Pro, nowhere does it say: the tuner is an insert that you have to insert into a track. It says, 'click the tuner"!!!! Well where the F?"::><>:"?>> is the **** tuner!!!!!! It took me an hour to figure that it's it's an instrument plugin. Now I am trying to find the demo project and nowhere in any menu does it say demo project. And nothing cvomes up when you search the help file. It should be rightin the help menu. Common Sense!!!!! You people need to use some common sense when making these programs!!!!!



WHERE"S THE F+_)(*&#$%^)(*&^% ING DEMO PROJECT?????????????



iMac, Logic Pro
  • The Art Of Sound Level 5 Level 5 (5,640 points)
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    Nov 11, 2012 6:26 PM (in response to allow duplicate usernames)

    Which version of Logic are you using? The DVD version or the App Store version?


    The DVD version incloudes a disk which contains several demos including the "Spaceman' one..


    The App store version only has one demo "Foster the People" which can be found in /Library/Application Support/Logic/Logic Pro Demo Songs/Foster the People"


    Note: this is the library that is in the root of your system hard drive and NOT the one in your User directory.




  • The Art Of Sound Level 5 Level 5 (5,640 points)
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    Nov 12, 2012 3:09 PM (in response to allow duplicate usernames)

    People can and do move files or use external drives to install to.. so links to a specific place on a specific hard drive, is probably not the best idea...


    I believe you are supposed to use the link in the help menu... The one about "explore the demo project" (or words to that effect... to access the demo itself but for some reason, this doesn't seem to work for a few people...


    Using Spotlight would normally find that or any other file on your computer quickly and easily (Thats how i found that file for you myself..)



  • Pancenter Level 5 Level 5 (7,505 points)
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    Nov 12, 2012 4:48 PM (in response to allow duplicate usernames)

    allow duplicate usernames wrote:


    LOL. Well Thank you for replying so quickly. But I had to go on the web for 15 mintues to find out how to view the root directroy. A clear set of intructions would go like this: "go into finder, click command+up until you see the library folder, then navigate to

    /Library/Application Support/Logic/Logic Pro Demo Songs/Foster the People".


    Why not just put a link to the file in the help menu where it belongs?


    Why not explain how to get to the file in the Logic Pro manual?


    Why not put the file in the music folder with the rest of the Logic Pro files?


    It's common sense.  Apple needs to hire some average users to give some pointers on how to make the  computers and apps more user friendly...



    This is a user forum, we're just plain users like yourself helping each other, send feedback to Apple if you want to see changes.


    Regarding all of the "Why not" questions... this is professional level software not Garageband, it assumes (as it should) users have some knowledge of the system they're using. Apple has standard locations for storing things, in fact there are already links to demo files in one of the available menus.


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