Connect Audanika to Main Stage
Receive bass, chord and melody notes from Audanika on different tracks in Main Stage. In this tutorial we are showing how to configure Main Stage.
Create a MIDI connection between your Android or iOS Device and your Mac/PC
First you have to connect your Android or iOS device to your Mac or Windows machine. To find out how, watch this tutorial.
In Main Stage: Create a MIDI Control for Bass
At the top left, open the “Layout” pane.
At the bottom, chose Shelf Controls:
Select the Keyboard in the Layout Pane:
In the “Screen Control Inspector”, select your iOs or Android device:
As channel, select “Channel 1–16”:
Finally set Name to “Audanika” and Number of Keys to 88:
Create Virtual Instrument Tracks for Bass, Chord and Melody
In Main Stage select the “Edit” pane again:
In Main Stage create three Software instrument tracks, called “Bass”, “Chord” and “Melody”:
Configure Bass Track to Receive Bass Notes From Audanika
Click on the Bass track:
Click on “MIDI FX”:
And select “Scripter”:
A code window opens. Replace the existing code by this one:
Now this track should only receive bass notes from Audanika, not chord and melody.
Configure Chord and Melody Track to Receive Notes From Audanika
Chord and Melody Track are configured in the same way, the bass track is configured. The only difference: In the script window, you need to replace »event.channel == 1« by »event.channel == 2«:
Now you should receive the melody notes on the melody track, the chord notes on the chord track and the bass notes on the bass track.
Setup Different MIDI Instruments for Bass, Chord and Melody
Configure now the right instruments for each of your three channels and you are done.