Is there a manual (PDF) available for 7.5?
I did look but couldn't see one.
neilwilkes wrote:Arguments against - paper/trees? Pur-Leeze, less of the dippy hippy green nonsense as paper is made from fast growing, specially planted trees that would not BE planted in the first place if they were not going to be pulped for paper, and as nobody uses mahogany/oak etc for books this is a non-argument.
Paper ties up carbon (not that CO2 has anything to do with the matter as it is not now & never has been a pollutant but is instead a naturally occurring gas) whereas bloody great server farms are not at all "green" - they use fantastic amounts of electricity not to mention all the rare earths in the servers & the "environmental cost" of building them - and replacing them/disposing of the old ones every other year so the green tosh is simply nonsense.
It is simply a way of Yamaha cutting corners (oops, "costs") - the prices have not gone down with the absence of a manual.
allmodcons wrote:Yes it would be a drag to see Cubase change soon,but heck,I still read my old copy of "Cubase Power"once in a while....
cmaffia wrote:Paper is dead. PDF on tablet is just as convenient and as noted above, the search feature is something a printed manual can't duplicate. Save some trees man.
greggybud wrote:cmaffia wrote:Paper is dead. PDF on tablet is just as convenient and as noted above, the search feature is something a printed manual can't duplicate. Save some trees man.
For myself, there are advantages and disadvantages of both. Overall, I prefer a paper manual. Did you notice I said "for myself?" This means it could be different for someone else.
Why is it that those who prefer pdf feel the need to proclaim what's best for me? There seems to be enough continuing interest for a printed manual to the extent people will pay extra for it.
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