Course For MainStage 2
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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 …
WIth the release of MainStage 2, Apple has blessed all giggling musicians with a new and improved arrow for their live performance quiver. Using MainStage 2, you can now perform with any instrument available in Logic, in any musical style you want … there's no limit to your creativity when you use MainStage 2.
But all that amazing performance power comes with a price - you have to learn MainStage before you can use it. Thankfully, Star NonLinearEducating.com Trainer Bill Burgess has provided us with this comprehensive MainStage 2 tutorial.
In over 5 hours of Tutorial-Videos, you'll get a comprehensive education on all key features of MainStage 2, including how the interface works, how to create your own layouts and templates, creating your own songs to play along with, adding DSP effects to our performance, and more.
Use these tutorials to learn MainStage quickly, and spend your time using MainStage to make music!
This is a comprehensive tutorial, but you don't need to watch the entire show. Use the Keyword Search feature to quickly find items of interest. For a full list of this tutorial's topics, see the Table of Contents tab above.
I've found this tutorial to be really useful. I agree that it takes an understanding of the absolute basics but from that platform it is a really useful, intuitive, step by step and easy to follow tutorial that has helped me gain a greater grasp of the fundamentals of how Mainstage works. Would definitely recommend.
No use at all
This is absolutely no use at all to a novice wanting to learn how to use Main Stage.Although I am a music teacher, I have no idea at all what these tutorials are supposed to be explaining. This is just a load of meaningless technical stuff which doesn't help at all. For a start I would have liked to have known what is meant by a "concert," but these tutrials just dive in straight at the deep end and assume that somehow or other everyone already knows this stuff. How about explaining the basics? As it stands this is a total waste of money.