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Re: Logic Pro 199,- download / Mainstage 2.2
I jumped on the mainstage bandwagon when I saw that price... all
those effects and instruments for $30 is hard to beat. Plus, I can
keep all my Bidule patches and run them in the Bidule AU within
mainstage, so nothing is lost, better effects are gained...
However, I'm having a hard time with the user interface... I'll have
to read through the manual. I'm used to cabling little boxes
together, but it looks like I'll have to understand how a mixer works.
I want the audio in to go to my bidule AU and from there to my effect
patches. So I think this means I need a strip at concert level with
bidule so that it shows up in every patch. I haven't had much time to
play with it, and it doesn't look like it's gonna happen before
On Sat, Dec 10, 2011 at 12:22 PM, Todd Matthews <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> I know, I know, and that's the only way I've ever played live gigs.
> with dummy clips. Although my last gig this past summer I had a complete
> audio spaz out that hopefully didn't do too much damage to the audiences
> That sparked my retreat once again from using computer live.
> Now that there's been updates to Softstep, Mainstage, Ableton, and even
> driver I thought it was time to try again.
> I will be testing out Mainstage and LIve again to see which works best
> On Dec 10, 2011, at 11:17 AM, todd reynolds wrote:
> Wait... I do this with the effects chain in Live's Audio Effects rack all
> the time using the chain selector, overlapping delays and all...
> On Sat, Dec 10, 2011 at 11:15 AM, Raül Bonell <email@example.com>
>> 2011/12/10, Todd Matthews <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> > I'm with you Per. I can't wait for the day that there is a CPU
>> > efficient
>> > software that lets you easily switch between effects patches with a
>> > midi
>> > command and send those into Mobius/Sooperlooper. Only the effects
>> > patch
>> > currently used is using CPU. Allows tails to finish from previous
>> > effects
>> > patches…..
>> well, plogue bidule does exactly that, several versions ago.
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