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  • Hyxakyu
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    Joined: Jan 28th, 2009
    Mainstage 2 and Gio
    Can anyone tell me how to map controls on the Gio to Playback in Mainstage2? I must say that I am disappointed so far with the Gio and Mainstage. Both seem buggy to me. Maybe its just me but you would think that the Gio would be pre-mapped in an intuitive way. Am I missing something? Thanks Oscar
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  • Rounik Admin
    Posts: 8713
    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006
    Re: Mainstage 2 and Gio
    Hi Oscar, I haven't used the Gio so I couldn't comment on it's integration with MS2. But I suspect you'll need to go the familiar route of creating screen controls in MS2, assigning them to controls on the GIO and assigning to parameters in MS2. Hope that helps, Rounik
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  • Finapoe
    Posts: 2
    Joined: Nov 13th, 2009
    Re: Mainstage 2 and Gio
    Yes, I had a booger of a time getting Gio to work in MainStage2. But I finally got it working and was disappionted in the transport settings on the Gio for the PlayBack mode. I would like to see them be customizeable at a minimum. Also the tutorial on MainStage2 by Bill Burgess really just brushes over what I was most interested in. Since I build my backup tracks in Logic Pro 9 and plan to send them to MainStage2 I wish there was more in the tutorial on how to bring in sets of premade audio tracks from LogicPro 9 and then running them hands free using the Gio. For example if I have 10 different backup tracks for 10 different songs, that makes up one set of music, what is the best way to do this so I never have to touch my computer while performing? This is of course using the Gio transport, since I am not using a midi keyboard. Thanks, Van
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