This is a paid update for existing users of MainStage 0, 1 or 2.Mac App Store
MainStage 2.2: Release notes
- Last Modified: December 08, 2011
- Article: TS4027
MainStage 2.2 is a feature upgrade for MainStage 1.0 and 2.0 users available for purchase on the Mac App Store. It includes several new features and fixes.
- MainStage 2.2 takes full advantage of Macs with four or more processor cores.
- New template picker includes a new Quick Start category.
- New Assignments & Mappings view provides a way to edit and view a consolidated list of all hardware controller assignments and screen control mappings.
- The MainStage interface has been rebuilt with larger interface elements.
- The last saved value of a mapped parameter can now be seen and edited.
Enhanced MIDI Control
- Direct connections between hardware controllers and plug-in parameters can be made without using screen controls.
- During patch changes, SysEx and other data can be sent to external MIDI devices using standard MIDI files.
- It is now possible to block unwanted incoming controller messages.
- New preference to globally disable feedback protection across all patches.
- Auto-assignment support has been added for more MIDI devices:
- Akai MPK25
- Akai MPK49
- Alesis Q25
- Korg nanoKey2
- Korg nanoKontrol2
- Korg nanoPad2
- M-Audio Axiom 25 (updated version)
- M-Audio Axiom 49 (updated version)
- M-Audio Axiom 61 (updated version)
- M-Audio Oxygen 49 (updated version)
- Novation Nocturn 25
- Fixes an issue in which one shot sample triggering did not work correctly when EXS was in mono mode.
- The metronome now provides a downbeat click.
- Improved MIDI Beat Clock for ReWire and External Instrument Channels.
- EVB3 no longer produces stuck notes when using a sustain pedal.