Here you will find the books that have been written and published by me.

Cubase users will be most interested in “The Complete Guide to Music Technology” which is designed to give a good general grounding in both using Cubase and the musical and technical knowledge that’s needed to be successful in the field.  The book has been revised and updated for each major release of Cubase since Cubase 6, incrementally introducing new features, so it’s appropriate to own the book for the version that you have, but there are only small feature-related changes in most editions of the book – it’s not a complete rewrite for each one!

Anyone who is looking to get into using Dorico – Steinberg’s notation program – is advised to take a look at Getting Started with Dorico as it will provide them with the ideal foundation for their use and learning of the program.

In addition, there is currently a smaller publication on use of Sibelius 7, for those users wanting to get up and running in a short time – learning the most commonly used features of the software, as well as the new user interface that was introduced in version 7, which is still relevant today.