5th February 2009
Online tutorial-video vendor macProVideo.com has released a new line of Apple MainStage tutorials. The first two in the series are called MainStage 101: Core MainStage and MainStage 105: Creating Guitar Rigs.
MainStage 101: Core Mainstage is a 4-hour tutorial by Bill Burgess, the former Pro Audio Product Marketing Manager and Logic Pro Artist Relations Manager for Apple. In this tutorial you'll learn how to set up concerts, assign knobs & faders from your hardware MIDI controllers to MainStage instruments, build custom patches & sets, and add effects to your sound. Bill also shows you how to trouble-shoot common MainStage problems.
MainStage 105: Creating Guitar Rigs is produced by Jim Dalrymple. In this tutorial you'll learn how to create custom guitar rigs, including modeling amps to achieve signature sounds, setting up DSP effects, and working with tone to ensure your guitar sounds exactly the way you want it to, you'll also learn a few cool tips and tricks for fading between stacked amps and setting up your guitar to work seamlessly with MainStage.
These tutorials are available as a direct download ($35.55), and also on DVD ($39.50). During the introductory period, you can save 25% on these titles using the following coupon code: 09mainstage25
All macProVideo.com tutorials are delivered through its Nonlinear Educating Device (N.E.D.) tutorial video player.