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MainStage offers some great visual flexibility, providing features for complete customization of what you see when you perform. ¬†This also factors directly into sound control, patch management, and live mixing. This overview video shows how to take MainStage from the ground-up, creating an 8-sound layout that can mimic or replace a $4000 workstation…(Read More)

Mainstage 3 is an Apple¬†software, designed specifically for the live musician looking to add studio-quality sounds and features to their live performances. For me, it’s best the best $29.99 I’ve spent in a long time and has become the central part of my new keyboard rig. It delivers and easy…(Read More)

I’ve been playing keys in church groups and worship teams since the summer before I went to college. There has always been the typical stage piano – 88 weighted keys, a couple decent piano sounds, maybe a string or pad worth mixing in, and a bunch of other terrible patches. Unless you have a $3500…(Read More)

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