Using Mainstage’s Pre-Mapped Mixer Templates
Apple Mainstage could be used as an Audio Mixer as it comes with a very handy option of Mixer Templates. John will teach you to access the 8-Channel Mixer template which has pre-mapped controls on it like Effects, Delay, Monitor, Reverb, EQ, Patch List, Markers etc. You will be taught to use this template mixer as the starting point for your own customized mixer and make changes in it to suit your needs.
In this Mainstage tutorial, you will learn to use the Mixer templates, which are have pre-mapped controls, to build your own customized audio mixer which serves your needs accurately.
In this extensive series of Mainstage tutorials, Apple Mentor Trainer John Moores will show you how to make the best use of Apple's live-oriented innovative software.
All the core knowledge every performing musician, be a keyboard player, a guitarist, a DJ or a sound engineer will be explained to the smallest details. You will learn about Layout, Edit and Performance programming levels, and how to manage audio, software instruments, third party plug-ins and mix them together. This complete video training will also teach you about the best use of Concert, Set and Patch levels of programming. You will also learn about MIDI controls assignments, complex remappings, and how to include external gear in you live setup. CPU usage is a crucial bit, and John will teach you how to get the most of your computer with safety in mind. This tutorial will also cover two features exclusive to Apple Mainstage 2, Playback and Looper, will be explained and how to use Logic Pro and Mainstage 2 together to create stems taking advantage of markers and flex time.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to make the best use of Apple's acclaimed live oriented software Mainstage. You will learn all the core techniques to take the long-polished sound you created in the studio right to the stage. You'll be guided by internationally renowned trainer and music production specialist John Moores, Apple Mentor Trainer Logic Pro EMEIA.
Being familiar with digital audio production terminology is a plus, and you must obviously have a recent Macintosh computer with Mainstage 2.2 installed.