Mainstage 2.1.3 update released today!
Jun 16th, 2011, 02:57
Hello All, Latest update for Mainstage (2.1.3) is available via Software Update. I haven't tried it out just yet... here are the Release notes from Apple: MIDI Processing Issues The Patch List no longer lags behind the Workspace in response to rapid bursts of incoming patch change commands. MIDI messages on channels other than channel 1 are now properly routed to multitimbral software instruments. Compatibility Issues MainStage now properly displays factory presets for third-party Audio Unit plug-ins. Fixes an issue which caused MainStage treat multiple keyboards of the same model as a single keyboard. Fixes an issue in which MainStage did not respond to Concert download requests from the VAX77 keyboard. Improves compatibility with Native Instruments plug-ins configured to use multiple outputs. Stability issues Fixes several issues that sometimes lead to MainStage quitting unexpectedly when closing a concert. The template browser no longer becomes unresponsive after deleting a user-created MainStage template in the Finder. Resolves an issue in which MainStage might become unresponsive when Undo was performed after deleting several patches. MainStage no longer quits unexpectedly if the Tru-Tape Delay pedal time setting in the Pedalboard is at its maximum value at very slow tempos. Performance and stability are improved when switching between software instrument patches. Resolves an issue in which dense clusters of incoming MIDI events might cause MainStage to quit unexpectedly under some circumstances. General Issues The value displayed in the Layer Display Height Inspector control is now properly updated after Undo or Redo. Resolves an issue introduced in MainStage 2.1 that sometimes set the send values on certain channel strips incorrectly when patches were imported. Undo now works correctly after a channel strip is cut from a patch and pasted at the Set level. Fixes an issue introduced in MainStage 2.1 that prevented parameters from being mapped to screen controls in alias patches. Resolves an issue in which the polyphony set in patches containing ES2 was not always saved properly. Fixes an issue on multi-mapped objects in which the Momentary checkbox had no effect if set for the first mapping. Mapping multiple Pedalboard Sync parameters to a single screen control now works properly. Fixes an issue that stopped the Delete key from deleting mappings from the Mappings tab on the Screen Control Inspector. The "Send to All > Transpose Octave Up" and "Send to All > Transpose Octave Down" mappings now work correctly in patches with multiple channel strips. Full details on the Apple website here: [url]http://support.apple.com/kb/TS2566[/url]Reply