See how to make Apple’s MainStage 2+ the heart of your live performance keyboard rig in this down and dirty detailed course by Darren Burgos...
MainStage 2 100
Learn how to power your live performances with Apple's MainStage 2.2 in this FREE introductory course...
Vaan wrote on January 24, 2016
Nice course, a quick overview of MainStage that is useful for people who is starting to use this great. software. Well explained with clear examples.
Charlie C Gatewood Jr. wrote on September 4, 2014
Great info, now I can add it to my live performance. Please so more contrast and compare of the type of things you can perform with vocals in your next update.
HayronW wrote on September 20, 2013
This course was perfect for helping me to get going for a gig that I had when my SPDS crashed on me. Just need to know a little bit about MIDI. Great job MPV!!!!
JRS wrote on July 20, 2013
Great introduction to MainStage 2, I liked the way Darren explains the basics. I recommend it if you are beginning to use MainStage.
Arturo De Santiago wrote on June 28, 2013
Very good tutorial overall!!! I did the MainStage 101 tutorials first so alot of these were review for me. Nonetheless, the topics covered were good to go over again.
C1ph3rd wrote on March 29, 2013
Nice little intro to MainStage. Covers setup, modes, organization, etc.
96tele wrote on November 25, 2012
Wonderful. I'm looking forward to Mainstage 2 for Guitar Players.
Ben Rico wrote on October 18, 2012
Very informative, and it was easy to follow along. I knew very little about Midi when I first got Mainstage 1... and like so many others, it was a struggle either on my computer, or my patience when it first came out. With these new videos coming out following the 2.2 updates, I have a newfound confidence in using Mainstage 2.2 as my "go-to" Live Performance application. I'm currently running Mainstage 2.2 on a 2008 black Macbook with 4gb ram, and a 500gb/7200rpm HD. I record using Logic Pro 9 and perform on a weekly basis, and since upgrading to the 2.2 version via iTunes store, I've had almost no problems. My laptop does run a little hot, when i'm pushing it to the limits. I run a cooling fan 99% of the time beneath my laptop, and that keeps me nearly problem free in a live performance environment. Thanks to this tutorial, I am confident AND excited to include Loopback/Playback in some of my future projects... along with using multiple controllers!