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MainStage Mondays: A Walk Through Of My New MainStage Rig

MainStage Mondays: A Walk Through Of My New MainStage Rig

Many of you that follow my blog know that the last time I used MainStage for a gig, I was not happy with the way it performed. I spent some serious time working on a solution, and I think I may have found it for me. 

 

Today I’d like to introduce to you today. . . my Mainstage rig! 

Mainstage Mondays: A Defense of Mainstage

Mainstage Mondays: A Defense of Mainstage

With Mainstage gaining some significant competitors this year at winter NAMM, many people have been asking what I think of Native Instrument’s Komplete Kontrol, and Akai’s Advance Keyboard line. 

Mainstage Mondays: Creating A Basic Layer

Mainstage Mondays: Creating A Basic Layer

I love to go deep with Mainstage, but I forget that sometimes the most basic tasks are the hardest to find answers for online. So today I thought I’d cover how to create a basic layer in Mainstage.

Mainstage Mondays: Creating Amazing Pads With Sculpture

Mainstage Mondays: Creating Amazing Pads With Sculpture

Sculpture has the unique ability to simulate real textures (i.e. glass, wood, nylon, and steel) and then animate or “play” them using awesome methods (everything from string simulations to gravity plucks). In this week’s blog we’re going to focus on using Sculpture to make atmospheric pads for worship. Here’s how to get started: