Currently Being ModeratedNov 15, 2012 2:51 PM (in response to kmahaff10)
Welcome to Mainstage and Logic Pro
If you know something about DAW or mixers then it should be a smoth transition. Mainstage works like logic (on the channel strips) but it´s directed to live perfomance.
The thing I presume you call mixers it´s the channel strips (right side of Mainstage). Here´s a description of it http://help.apple.com/mainstage/mac/2.2/en/mainstage/usermanual/index.html#chapt er=5%26section=2%26tasks=true.
It´s where you have your channels, in/out, pan, volumes, the sends, process (delays, compressor, eq., etc).
I reaaly advise you to first read the manual and to understand the basis of Mainstage. I´m glad to help you anytime.
For your guitar setup, Mainstage has some templates for it. Try to load them and nagivate throw the patches to hear them. On the right side (channel strip) you have an Amp designer by double click on it will open the editor for it and you can some tweaking.
Hope i´ve could help.
Currently Being ModeratedNov 15, 2012 5:59 PM (in response to Bruno Filipe)
Yes this helped alot!and thanks!but by mixers i meant the screen that opens and you select the template you want to use.theres a section for mixers and it pulls up a mixer board.just curious as to what you can use it for.i know obviously for controlling stuff like a house mix or probably in ears right?just curious.thanks again!
Currently Being ModeratedNov 16, 2012 3:38 AM (in response to kmahaff10)
Glad to help you.
The mixer templates are handy if you like to use Mac and Mainstage to do all the in/ou process in a live situation. It´s like a digital mixer. Recall presets (by music/part), do all the audio process (compressor, gate, reverb, etc, etc), monitor mixes, etc.
Probably they just add the template to show user that it can be done by Mainstage
If this as helped you please rate me. Thanks a lot and if you have more questions dont hesitate.