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PostPosted: Sun Dec 13, 2009 11:49 pm 
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Hi Everyone.

I'm completely new at this. Is there a pre-made reference for Mainstage or a how to guide?


Reference for the curious.
I'm running OS X 10.5.8 and I'm using a Edirol UM-2EX for my interface.

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I Figured it out. lol It's just a reference/reminder of what you have done so far. A cheat sheet.

Now I got my the pedals to work, but my expression and volume pedal is not working. How do i get sound from my guitar to amp. I mean my guitar is connected to switch 1 and amp to switch 2?


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 17, 2009 5:50 pm 
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TylerDurden wrote:
Hi Everyone.

I'm completely new at this. Is there a pre-made reference for Mainstage or a how to guide?


Reference for the curious.
I'm running OS X 10.5.8 and I'm using a Edirol UM-2EX for my interface.

[edit]
I Figured it out. lol It's just a reference/reminder of what you have done so far. A cheat sheet.

Now I got my the pedals to work, but my expression and volume pedal is not working. How do i get sound from my guitar to amp. I mean my guitar is connected to switch 1 and amp to switch 2?


Switch 1 and Switch 2 are not for audio. Those would be used if your amp has foot switch jacks to turn the reverb or tremolo on or off for example.

You still plug your guitar directly into the front of the amp same as you always have. You're using MainStage as an Amp? If that's the case, you either have to use an audio interface of some type, or you could try plugging the guitar into the MIC jack on the Mac (I think there'll be an impedance mismatch here).

For a low cost audio interface, Behringer makes the UCA202.

Mel


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