What is OnStage?
This nifty little Application take the stress out of your live performance.
With OnStage running seamlessly alongside Apple's leading studio application, Logic Pro® is transformed into a powerful performance tool.
How does it do that then?
Onstage enables the user to assign a unique Midi Program Change message to 20 different Logic Pro Projects. This allows the performer to recall each Project, or song in a set-list, via an 'OnStage' Midi control message.
A Midi which-what?
When OnStage receives a Program Change message, sent by any standard Midi hardware, the current Logic Pro® Project is closed and the Project assigned to the received Program Change number is loaded.
Transform your Environment
OnStage essentially provides a selection of recallable studio set-ups, transforming your Logic Pro® Environment into a powerful Midi patchbay.
Create a unique set of connections from your incoming Midi ports for every song in your set.
Port 1 might be mapped to your EXS24 sampler for the openning number, while it routes to your EVP-88 plug-in via a pitch change transformer for the second.
Instruments and Effects
A collection of recallable Projects allows for a unique set of virtual intstruments and effects for each song in a performer's set-list.
You could program a different compression and delay setting on your favourite EXS piano for each song. If you really wanted to!!
OnStage cost only $24.95 USD
for a single user licence!
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