Saving Concerts

When you save a concert, all of the changes you made to the patches and sets in the concert, as well as the concert settings, are saved. To prevent losing your changes, be sure to save your work periodically.

To save a concert
  1. Choose File > Save Concert.

  2. The first time you save a concert, the Save dialog appears. Enter a name for the concert, and browse to the location where you want to save it, then click Save.

    You can save a copy of a concert with a new name by choosing File > Save Concert As.

You can save a concert together with the assets (audio files, instruments, Ultrabeat samples, and Space Designer impulse response files) the concert uses, similar to saving a Logic song as a project.

To save a concert including its assets
  1. Choose File > Save As.

  2. In the Save As dialog, select the Include Assets checkbox.

  3. Optionally, with the Include Assets checkbox selected, click the Advanced Options triangle, then select the types of assets you want to include with the concert.

  4. Click Save.

You can also save a concert as a template. When you save a concert as a template, the template is available in the My Templates section of the Choose Template dialog.

To save a concert as a template
  1. Choose File > Save as Template.

  2. In the Save As dialog, enter a name for the template.

  3. Click Save.

By default, templates are saved in the MainStage Concerts folder. When you save a concert as a template, you can choose a different location to save the concert. If you save the concert in a different location, it will not be available in the Choose Template dialog.