Yeah, I'm thinking about it - or at least adding to the existing chapters. Thing is, I don't want to turn it into another year-long+ project...but then again it's better to do it now rather than later.
I've used Indesign for a few photobooks as part of my university course. It has a few foibles as do all DTP packages. At least there's a decent number of YT videos you can look at for assistance.I've got CS5...but went back to CS3 as I found it easier to work with.
Looks like I'll need InDesign - but that's available on subscription for £20 a month.
It could be worth contacting a couple of potential on-demand / printers / publishers. Ask what programs they use.Latest news...
I've signed off on the rights to both manuals and have paid for the 'films' of the books (the InDesign files used for publishing). Should be getting my hands on them any day now.
According to Haynes I need only remove any references to them and obtain a new ISBN number and I'm good to go.
I'm currently looking into InDesign compatibility with Affinity Publisher - which'll be a lot cheaper to run.
Once that's in place I can start to think about swapping out chapters and putting new content in.
So, no great deal of movement as yet - but certainly a big step in the right direction.
I vote for Rowan Atkinson. I’d like to see him test drive a sax like he drives his race cars. Maybe an episode of the proper math geometry of a saxophone. Key heights math and why it does not play in tune. Oh my I’m having visions of a street busker (Pete) and Rowan giving a curbside tuneup.Exciting news that you've paid for the films of the book. Who will be playing Stephen Howard? George Clooney? Brad Pitt? Ryan Reynolds?
I've been told that I have more than a passing resemblance to Matt Damon...though I'm not sure how we'd work a car chase and a couple of full-on punch-ups into the story.Exciting news that you've paid for the films of the book. Who will be playing Stephen Howard? George Clooney? Brad Pitt? Ryan Reynolds?
You need a plot line involving an international conspiracy to steal a rare saxophone, which is rescued by the hero (you) just in time to save it from being forced to play Baker Street. I’m sure @ProfJames Moriaty could play a role as the villain.I've been told that I have more than a passing resemblance to Matt Damon...though I'm not sure how we'd work a car chase and a couple of full-on punch-ups into the story.