> Warren Sirota wrote: > I've been having a lot of trouble getting either Mobius or > SooperLooper AUs to work properly within Mainstage. Mainstage > seems to get flummoxed easily by too many midi streams > floating around (esp once i then open MAX). It took me a while to figure out a stable Mainstage setup. I've tested multiple setups using Mainstage as master, or slave, in combination with 3rd party AU plugins such as Augustus and Bidule and a LP1. For example, I had Mainstage synced to an external clock and I had Augustus Loop running on a Mainstage bus. Mainstage or Augustus usually crashed, and I initially thought that it had to do with using 3rd party AU plugin's on a bus (some Logic forums had reported similar issues). But the solution was to switch off the "send midi clock" preference in Augustus. I have done a similar test with my LP1: 1) create a new loop 2) LP1 starts sending midi clock 3) within a minute, Mainstage crashed as soon as it detected multiple midi clocks (Augustus in this case) But now I know how to fix it, Mainstage has been very stable. I like the concept of it, and it's pretty straightforward to use. I'm currently working on creating new sounds and the integration of Bidule and Mainstage; I have it up and running, and I'm trying to create a kind of semi-random Soundscape/Ambient sounds with it. I must say that it's pretty cool to see Bidule as AU plugin on a Mainstage bus but I'm not sure if this is the way to go. For example, I don't know if you can still control a Bidule audio switcher using program changes. Does Mainstage forward PC's to plugins? Any suggestions are welcome :) --- Sjaak http://euroloopfest.com/ http://sjaakovergaauw.com/ http://www.last.fm/music/Sjaak+Overgaauw __________________________________ Scarlet schrapt download limiet! ADSL20 NO LIMIT voor € 29,95. Ga naar www.scarlet.be voor meer info!