analog book-manual - should it be seperatly buyable?
- ya, would be pretty useful.
- no, i only read the instructions digital.
- i dont care, i just use these things as toilet paper.
I’ve recently bought Cubase Pro 8.5 , but there is a problem coming along with that. In the new version of
Cubase, Cubase Pro 8.5 is no real analog manual longer exists. I used for several years already Cubase 5 (though most of it only as an absolute idiot or less than amateur): shock: and with the former supplied the complete user was still present. then I had now written to the Steinberg support if possibly a user can purchase the analog manual individually? — ive get a answer very quickly and friendly, that since Cubase 6 this no longer exists, — I do not know if anyone at here is interesting at it somehow, but … I’m not unfortunately the type of constantly has carry his tablet PC or a comparable large monitor Mini PC with it ---- I would much rather have a analog manual in which I read all features that are not clearly known for me and study this. my question: Am I the only one or are there even other people who prefer to read their textbooks analog?
Thanks to all