Very cool, I was waiting for someone to do this.
Thanks @swam! Am about to upload the PO-16 edition today if everything goes as planned.
@MadeupMonster - good idea, I would suggest selling on sellfy and possibly think of doing bundle price for all 3 guides.
Thanks @madeupmonster! Gonna buy for sure!
The PO-16 book has landed on iBooks, heres the link: https://itunes.apple.com/se/book/po-16-factory/id973451795?mt=11
We’re live on Google Play
@madeupmonster WOW! Great track! Listened twice I liked it so much!
Thanks @calicaux! Glad you liked it
Music is very cool.
Hi, just wanted to see what you guys, who purchased the books, think about 'em?
MadeUpMonster, I read a few segments in your PO-12 book and I think you did a great job. Along with it being playful and charming, you added a sense of your personality which made it fun to read. Definitely more understandable than a dry and ambiguous manual any day.
My only hitch is the “Master Class” theme (visually speaking). Obviously the TE manuals aren’t thorough enough, but I still refer to them because they’re visually engaging and appropriate for TE and the POs. When I think master class, I think of prestigious composers, lecturing with smoking pipes in some ivy league school, for that reason, it’s appropriate to use Times New Roman font throughout your books. But for me, it felt like required reading from a class rather than learning about the fun little POs.
Hi @Kites! Thanks for your reply. (sorry mine took so long )
WOW just got my PO-16 Thursday and today got this book. I would be lost without it. Learned more from the first 2 pages than I did from trying to figure it out from the manual. Great work. Restored my faith in the little machine as well.
Hi @Kites! Thanks for your reply. (sorry mine took so long ;) )I totally get what you mean! It was my plan all along to have some illustrations, backgrounds, etc. to keep it a bit more "light reading". But it turned out that creating "the perfect epub file" that could be read smoothly on iphone, ipad and android was very hard when it came to adding images. So I had to compromise and make it a bit more "boring" looking instead of having a lot of unviewable images.I sure hope you got some good out of the book and not just a snooze ;)Cheers!
Hey MadeUpMonster. Good work. I had the same problem with the OP-1 Cookbook. Very difficult to get the book format right for multiple devices. I just did the iPad version of the iBook but have started working on ePub for multiple formats. Time is the issue right now in terms of finishing it
Bought all three….that was a disappointment/mistake…cheap mistake at least… Couldn’t you have put all 3 together…They’re basically copy pastes of each other with the exception of effects section/mini drum machine parts.
Thanks for the guides. It got me up to speed so much faster than if I had relied only on the Teenage Engineering docs. It just made everything so much more fun. I appreciated being able to read them on my iPhone alongside my PO devices.