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- Oct 2nd, 2013
Imagine Logic Pro re-imagined as a live performance powerhouse. That’s exactly what Apple’s MainStage 3 is all about! See all the cool new features, the absolute power and ease of use that MainStage brings to your stage performance setup!
MainStage and Logic now work as one integrated production and live performance duo. If you know Logic Pro X then you understand the power of MainStage 3’s Smart Controls. If you create MainStage patches then you get the deep new features introduced in Logic Pro X. They work together, share the same content and deliver a powerful solution for performers of all kinds of music.
This course is designed by Matt Vanacoro – in consultation with Apple – to get you up and running with MainStage fast! You learn about every aspect of MainStage, from its newly designed GUI to its powerful live performance music tools!
See how to set it up and configure your system and preferences. Then hold on tight as Matt gives you the whirlwind MainStage 3 tour. From there you’re into a section that demystifies and explains Concerts, Sets and Patches. Next, you learn all about the Layout, Edit and Performance screens. Matt then shows you how to customize MainStage to build your own custom sound banks. He explains multi-keyboard setups with their assignments and mappings. He then dives deep into MIDI and audio setups where you learn how to use the Playback plugin and the cool new MIDI FX.
As this course comes to a close, you'll have everything you need to seamlessly deploy MainStage into your live performances and make it the heart of your live rig!
For a full list of the topics covered, see the Tutorial Outline
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This course does a wonderful job showing the ins and outs of Mainstage 3. I found it to be very thorough and I highly recommend it!
Helpful for what is here. But I need more than 8 playback channels so I added a ninth but get no sound?? Maybe the next tutorial could be on building from scratch so we can learn the ins and outs of how things are routed in each instance?
I found it very interesting but sadly it only covers the basic stuffs.
Very, very good course - perfect number of features explained at just the right pace. As for the trainer, very knowledgeable, pleasant voice, pleasant and friendly manner - I think I would watch anything if Matt Vanacoro was the trainer. Actually, not true - if Matt was explaining quadratic equations, I would probably give that a miss ;-)
This is a very good tutorial, and the guy who instructs it is all over it. My only 'beef' is gonna make me sound like a 'dumb guitarist', but..... this is very KEYBOARD oriented... there's simply too much stuff aimed at keyboard players, which although is Universally informative, it's simply too much stuff I don't care about.... from a guitarists point of view. I'm not interested in 'drawbars' on a Hammond organ.... Sure, he 'addresses guitar stuff'.... "just so the keyboard players don't have all the fun"...... he covers setting up some basic amp patches and pedal boards.... but when you hear him play.... you can tell he's a keyboardist that knows some guitar chords... But I find myself with more questions than answers after watching this tutorial.... I know how to make some chords on keyboard too, but I wouldn't try to tutor a keyboard player on patches.... I'd still recommend it as a useful tutorial.... and I'm sorry for being judgemental, and seemingly 'anti-keyboards'.... I'm not.... keyboard players are great..... But I paid for this course.... so I have a right to an opinion....just be prepared as a guitarist, you'll be learning and hearing all about keyboards.... woohoo!
Awesome! Great tutorial! Hope to see more on MainStage... There is so much more to explore but this is an awesome starting point!