Course For MainStage 2

Developer: Nonlinear Educating Inc.

Current Version: 2.1.0

Last Updated: 7 months ago

Download Size: 752.3 MB - Download

Description:

MainStage 2 is the live performance tool that ships with Logic Studio. If you're a musician, and particularly a keyboardist, MainStage 2 will become your new secret weapon …

App Features:
• 328 minutes of video training
• Super clear explanations
• Offline Playback (no internet connection needed)
• Easy to navigate

Course Outline:
1. What’s New In MainStage 2.0 (04:29)
2. Concert Templates (04:17)
3. The MainStage Interface (06:10)
4. Four Types of Channel Strips (04:11)
5. Setting Up General & Display Preferences (05:22)
6. Audio Preferences (06:58)
7. MIDI Preferences (05:03)
8. Using More than One MIDI Device (04:12)
9. Setting Up a Guitar Input Channel (02:34)
10. Assign Set & Patch Changes to a MIDI Controller (05:22)
11. Tuner & Mute Controls (03:25)
12. Guitar Pedal By-Pass Switches (03:23)
13. Knobs, Sliders & Pedals (03:53)
14. Refining Mapped Parameters in Edit Mode (04:16)
15. Navigate the Patch List (04:18)
16. Creating & Naming New Patches (03:09)
17. Merging Patches Together (02:59)
18. Saving, Importing & Exporting Patches (03:20)
19. Loading Patches from the Patch Inspector (04:56)
20. Skipping Patches (01:48)
21. Creating Sets from Multiple Patches (02:44)
22. Sharing Sets Between Concerts (05:00)
23. Concert, Set & Patch Tempo (04:10)
24. Tempo from MIDI Input & Configuring Tap Tempo (05:00)
25. Over-Ride Concert Parameters Within Sets & Patches (02:20)
26. Program Changes & Pan Law (05:48)
27. Concert Wide Mappings & Channel Strips (06:31)
28. The Channel Strip Inspector (04:26)
29. Cheating the Channel Strips Library (04:57)
30. Saving Channel Strips into Patches (03:01)
31. Managing & Saving Concerts Using Project Settings (06:25)
32. Creating Layers (01:38)
33. Velocity Ranges (04:14)
34. Velocity Scaling (03:43)
35. Note Input Scaling & Transpositions (04:28)
36. Defining Key Ranges & Split Points (04:31)
37. Editing Expression Pedal Parameters (04:58)
38. Setting Knob & Slider Range Parameters (04:15)
39. Editing Knobs & Sliders Using the Parameter Graph (02:03)
40. Editing Labels & Colors for Screen Controls (04:01)
41. Setting Knob & Slider Behaviors from Patch to Patch (02:48)
42. Mapping Screen Controls to Plug-Ins (05:07)
43. Mapping A Screen Control to Multiple Parameters (04:29)
44. Mapping Screen Controls to all Channels in a Patch (03:13)
45. Add Eight Buttons & Assign Action Mappings (06:30)
46. Using Multiple MIDI Input Devices (05:51)
47. Explore the Layout Mode (03:53)
48. Screen Control Types (06:42)
49. Grouping, Alignment & Distribution of Screen Controls (05:14)
50. Layout Mode Selection Techniques (03:48)
51. Using Grouped Controls to Build Instruments (05:09)
52. Lifting & Stamping Attributes (03:05)
53. Text, Colors & Pictures (06:08)
54. Importing & Exporting Layouts (01:55)
55. Adding a Keyboard to a Guitar Template (05:27)
56. Adding Stomp Box Effects to a Vocal Concert (06:31)
57. Controlling Multiple Vocal Effects with a Single Knob (05:33)
58. Creating a Visual Metronome (04:32)
59. Mapping Visual Metronome Parameters (03:46)
60. Adding Playback Tracks (02:33)
61. The Playback Interface (04:58)
62. Working With Sync Mode (08:12)
63. Adding Markers in Logic (03:54)
64. Manage Multiple Playbacks with Grouping (05:29)
65. The Loopback Interface (05:32)
66. Integrating Loopbacks into Your Concert (05:34)
67. Four Loopbacks at Once (06:11)
68. Recording Your Performance (03:40)
69. Configuring Rewire Applications in MainStage (06:20)
70. Controlling Rewire Applications with Screen Controls (04:48)
71. Using the Channel Strip Alias to Manage CPU (02:31)
72. Manage CPU with the Real Activity Monitor (03:46)
73. Using External Audio Effects Devices (02:46)
74. Key Commands & Musical Typing (02:48)

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Most Helpful Reviews

1/5
Version 1.0
Review by Samatmichigas

Notably dissatisfied - I know this required a lot of work by the author to put together and I know the presenter is knowledgable, but this is an unsatisfactory App Store purchase. First, the content was not indexed effectively, so it is difficult to easily access the information you want. Second, there are no transport controls. Third, there is little discussion about hardware. Fifth, I watched the first couple of lessons and I am no more proficient at MS2 than before I bought the lesson. Can't reccommend purchase.

Found helpful by 12 out of 12 people