Jazzy Jeff

Helpful votes received on reviews: 98% (78 of 80)
Location: London, UK


Top Reviewer Ranking: 341,753 - Total Helpful Votes: 78 of 80
Cabin Max City Flight Approved Carry on Backpack -&hellip Cabin Max
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Even though I read the poor reviews of this product I went ahead and purchased it anyway. I loved the way it looked so was prepared to risk it.

Unfortunately I, like so many other people, discovered that the quality is utterly, utterly awful and quite frankly, I'm surprised that Amazon is still prepared to fulfill orders because this product is barely fit for use. I'll stop short of saying that it is entirely unfit for use, as it does has a few positives.

1) Within 10 minutes of receiving the bag, the first bit fell off it. There is an adjustable chest strap which is fitted to the shoulder straps on little runners so the wearer can adjust the height of the… Read more
Ableton Live 8 Power! by Jon Margulies
Ableton Live 8 Power! by Jon Margulies
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Probably the most comprehensive guide to Ableton Live 8 that you'll find. I've learned a lot about Ableton having read this book from cover to cover but, if I'm absolutely honest (and without taking anything away from the other Amazon reviews), having read many similar guides on other Digital Audio Workstations, this book could be much, much better and the tutorials are an absolute waste of time.

1) This book is NOT for beginners. I'm not a beginner but can imagine beginners struggling with some of the terminology that this book uses and the acute lack of detailed explanation in some cases. For example, the author makes no excuses for not explaining the basics of subtractive… Read more
Reason 5 Power!: The Comprehensive Guide by Michael Prager
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
I rarely write reviews but felt compelled to do so on this occasion having spent 8 intensive (and at times incredibly frustrating) days going through this book from cover to cover with, what amounted to, a fine toothed comb! (it's a 600 page book but I needed to get up to speed on Reason very quickly for an upcoming production schedule.)

Before I get bogged down in the detail, let me just sum this book up by saying that YES, it's worth the money, if only because it's the most comprehensive guide available for Reason 5 right now. Although being comprehensive doesn't neccessarily equate to excellence I must say that having read it from cover to cover I've come away knowing pretty… Read more

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