I figured out, that it is not possible to control a group or track fader in mixer.
I configured a group channel as a fx channel for the instruments.
But i cant set an action to control the fader of this group channel.
It would be nice to be able to run the playlist remotely, from the ipad.
I currently play the backing tracks from the Ipad with the SyncInside app, which does an excellent job, but I’m seriously considering switching to VST Live Pro, because it offers so much more possibilities. However, the way to run playlists from SyncInside is really intuitive and practical.
It would also be interesting to be able to run wave files with four channels, assigning them to different outputs. With Cubase (and SincInside too), I play a four-channel file, where it is embedded, apart from a stereo track, the click in audio format, which I assign to different physical outputs and it is very practical.
Sorry for my English, I’m using Google translate.
Additional actions for more flexibility:
Especially for rehearsals it would be very advantageous if you could use the songs in the set list more flexibly via MIDI, these actions would be very good for that:
I currently use Mainstage, which is great, however it is slow, and subject to crashing. Here are some features in Mainstage that would be great.
An easy to use chord trigger. I am looking for a MAcOS one, and so far nothing is as simple, or logical.
An Arpeggiator - The Mainstage one is very basic, and I’ve not found anything that seems to be easy to add in etc, even to Mainstage.
Adding more customisable buttons and knobs. I have a Native Instruments and Nektar Keyboard, both with heaps of knobs and buttons. This would be great to be able to control the volume or mute layers in a track.
1- pre roll for playing not only for recording
2- cycle markers, commands like “P” in Cubase to locate a loop region to an event,snap to cursor, snap to event, track redimention for each track.
3- plugins personalized folders
4- change font color for lyrics and chords
Done in 1.0.4, also image events are now sizable. You can also adjust transparency with the “Volume” control in clip info (will of course be improved, use dB for now) and video fades for images and video.
This also allows for overlays, where black translates to fully transparent.