I've just started using Logic Pro 9. It's a large and complex program and has (for me, at least) a steep learning curve, even though I've used this kind of software before. The supplied documentation doesn't really seem to help me learn how to use the program, although it's useful for looking things up - when I know what it is I'm looking for. I think this might be because the documentation is feature based, and because there is usually more than one way of doing things, it quickly becomes a kind of list - different ways to open different editing windows, for example. And I quickly space out. What I'm looking for is Task Based information - how to edit Midi in the arrange window, for example. "Exploring Logic Pro" takes this approach, but it doesn't have much depth, although it's a pretty good starter. Is there a book, or other resource, similar to "Exploring Logic Pro", but covering the program in more detail? Tutorial rather than reference, so to speak. Any suggestions would be appreciated.